While menus can be customized on event needs, Chef Casey’s range covers a variety of seasonal options and staples. Previous starters included a beet salad, smoked & grilled veggie platter, buffalo shrimp cocktails and crab cheese balls. For the mains, some of Chef Casey’s creations have featured crawfish dressed with beer cream sauce, ricotta dumplings, fried potato and herbs, or a combination of smoked salmon, sautéed seasonal vegetables, smoked Kreuz sausage, garlic rice, tobiko, crunchies and jalapeño aioli to create party rice. Sides include miso eggplant, parmesan smashed potatoes and sweet potato charred with black sesame butter, while desserts have ranged from banana pudding cake with chantilly to stone fruits with basil cream and crunch to chocolate chess cobbler with coffee crumble.
Just like the food menu, the drink menu can be customized to suit different budgets and event needs with three options for essential service that include beer, wine and cocktails. A few fan favorite pre-batched cocktails include the Little Sister, made of tequila, lemon, jalapeño and rosemary simple syrup, and finished with chile lime salt or the Italian Kiss made of prosecco, luxardo, blackberry cordial and lemon. You also can’t go wrong with the pecan-infused bourbon, sugar and bitters that make up the Pecan Old Fashioned.
Located in the heart of Texas BBQ, Chef Casey adds his own spin to family-style BBQ with Texas quail, 44 farms beef cheeks, pork shoulder steaks, lamb shoulder with molasses mustard, atlantic salmon with black garlic, mesquite paprika honey chicken legs and butternut squash with jalapeño butter. For the sides, we’d recommend the jalapeño popper mac n’ cheese or the crunchy salad.
The family-style brunch menu is anything but standard and has featured a mix of familiar dishes with creative spins, like the cornbread waffles with blueberry butter, smoked trout with potato pancake, chorizo stew and an assortment of pastries like the blue cheese-pecan-sage-fig scones and ginger-lime bars.