Brisket Sliders

Nov 16

Brisket Sliders

Lee Roy Selmon’s is one of my favorite places to catch a football game and some delicious Southern eats. I have ordered other things from their extensive menu, but this post is all about my usual order.

I always kick off my meal with the  Smokin’ Tampa Tea. Vodka, Rum, Peach Schnapps, sweet and sour, grenadine, fresh orange juice and a floater of Meyer’s Dark Rum. So tasty, so entertaining. 

Up next: The Back Country Nachos. I am a big fan of all things in the Nacho family, and this is one of my favorite versions. Pulled pork (you can also go chicken), queso, Monterey Jack and Cheddar cheese,salsa, okra, and sour cream. This plate of nacho heaven is only $5 on Thursday nights.

The Brisket Sliders have an amazing flavor profile. The sauce is sweet and tangy, I love the crunch of the pickle, and I always throw on a little of the cole slaw and some fried onions to make this tiny sandwich complete.

I am always stuffed when I leave Selmon’s. The staff is always super friendly, and they always seem to have some pretty great specials going on. We recently signed up for the Victory Club (free to join) and have already earned some free appetizers. This restaurant, I am sure, was a major source of pride for that late, great Buccaneer.

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2 comments

  1. Funny enough, I went to Lee Roy Selmon’s last night, and split the nachos and Tampa Tea with my sister! That was my first time having the tea, it was soooo good.

  2. Sandwich Gal /

    That is too funny! I love that tea. I want to try the Buffalo Chicken nachos next time!!

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