UA-8412995-1 The Southport Globe: Three brothers to open eatery at Southport Beach

Monday, June 4, 2012

Three brothers to open eatery at Southport Beach

Three brothers from Westport plan on bringing their flair for food to beach-goers with the opening of a dine-outside restaurant in a former concession stand at Southport Beach. Carter, Hunter and Parker King spent the last three months renovating the 200-square-foot shack in preparation for the launch of Kings Kitchen, We Three Kings Serving Up Beach Food on Saturday, June 9.
The siblings have entered into a five-year lease with the town to occupy the unused building at 1505 Pequot Ave., to "create a farm-to-table concept that would include locally organic and sustainable food," Carter King said.
Menu items will include, among other choices, fresh lobster rolls, organic burgers and hot dogs, grilled corn with cilantro and jalapeno butter and a watermelon and heirloom tomato salad. All items, which will also include lemonade, smoothies and milk shakes, will be priced under $8, Carter King said.
For now, the eatery will be open seasonally from Memorial Day to mid-November, but town approval is being sought to be open year-round, he said.
They plan on having a few tables under a canopy for patrons, who will also be able to use the beach's picnic tables or eat picnic style on blankets, he said. READ MORE:

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