Business in the front, and a party in the back; Tampa may have just landed its best new bar. Located in the heart of Seminole Heights, The Rollin’ Mullet, a new open-air bar and food truck concept, will celebrate its grand opening on Thursday, February 9, at 3pm at 6401 N Nebraska Ave. To kick off the celebration, Mayor Castor will pour the first draft beer from the 1971 airstream bar.
“I am thrilled to finally celebrate the launch of The Rollin’ Mullet and have the opportunity to bring something new and exciting to the beloved Seminole Heights area,” comments Angi Brittain, Owner of The Rollin’ Mullet. “My goal is to provide a safe space for everyone to celebrate life, community, and beer!”
The grand opening will include special offers for participants. The 1971 airstream bar offers rotating beers on tap, with at least 50% from local breweries. They also provide draft wines, champagne, gourmet hot dogs, and other menu items.
The Rollin’ Mullet plans to host special events and stream sports events. Other perks include 10 65” TVs, a firepit, comfortable seating, and more. The bar is dog-friendly and open to all ages.
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