CLAYTON ROLLISON

  • The Lucky Rooster Kitchen + Bar
  • Chef & Owner

Participates In:

  • Riverboat Wine Paired Luncheon Cruise     (learn more)
  • Friday, November 10, 2017

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Clayton is the owner and chef of the Lucky Rooster Kitchen + Bar on Hilton Head Island, SC. With it's concept as an American bistro with Southern soul, the Lucky Rooster has quickly become one of the most popular restaurants on the island.

 

The lucky Rooster strives to serve the freshest ingredients sourced from local and regional farms, purveyors, and our local waters. The menu changes throughout the seasons based on ingredients, tides, and the inspiration of the staff and Chef Clayton.

 

The menu is small and focused but offers a large variety of refined comfort foods (like shrimp and grits, braised beef short rib, and Southern fried chicken) and adventurous dishes (foie gras terrine, roasted octopus, and bone marrow).

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The Savannah Food & Wine Festival

PO Box 10010

Savannah, Georgia 31412

ph: 912-232-1223; fax: 912-236-8821

NOTE:

  • All persons must be of legal drinking age or older
  • No dogs or pets are allowed at any event venues
  • All advance discount tickets are released in limited quantities and can sell out at any time without notice
  • all tickets sales are final & non-refundable
  • all events are rain or shine & event programs are subject to change without notice

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The Savannah Food & Wine Festival is presented by the Tourism Leadership Council, a 501-(c) 6 organization, with proceeds benefiting the TLC Scholarship Fund, with educational opportunities for hospitality program students in colleges and universities in the Coastal Empire and many local charitable organizations.

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November 6-12, 2017

The Savannah Food & Wine Festival is presented by the Tourism Leadership Council, a 501-(c) 6 organization, with proceeds benefiting the TLC Scholarship Fund, with educational opportunities for hospitality program students in colleges and universities in the Coastal Empire and many local charitable organizations.