Introducing a fiery new creation for the night owls of Seminole Heights! Get ready to ignite your taste buds like never before.
Get ready for the ultimate late-night chicken indulgence! King of the Coop is thrilled to announce the launch of their brand new “Late Night Coop” option. Located in the vibrant Seminole Heights Flocale food hall, this is your chance to savor mouthwatering hot chicken even after the sun goes down. Join them and satisfy your cravings at this exciting hotspot, which also houses Westshore Pizza, Slide, Matt’s Fat cookie, and Flocale Axe Throwing. Don’t miss out on this incredible experience!
Get ready for the late-night King of the Coop at 5910 N Florida Ave. in Seminole Heights, starting Friday, Sept. 8. They’ll be open until 2 a.m. every Friday and Saturday night. Don’t miss out on the deliciousness that awaits you!
“We’re talking about whether or not we’re gonna do slices late night, too,” Travis Masters, Westshore Pizza CEO Travis Masters and Flocale co-founder, told CL.
Exciting news for fans of the “Late Night Coop” plan! In a strategic move, Joe Dodd, founder of Masters and King of the Coop, has announced that they will be relocating staff and operations away from their current South Tampa location. Sunday, Aug 27 will be the last day to experience the concept in this area. Don’t miss out on their amazing offerings!
Dodd and Masters intend to maintain their South Tampa location! Situated in a lively strip mall just across from MacDinton’s, they are considering two options: either leasing it to another passionate restaurateur or creating a fresh, innovative concept from scratch. Stay tuned for more updates!
The “Late Night Coop” menu will include the same options as King of the Coop’s daytime menu, which features five levels of heat on its fried chicken. “We tried doing a smaller menu for late night before and people wanted what they wanted so we put the full menu back,” Dodd added.
King of the Coop’s move from South Tampa to Seminole Heights will streamline their operations for online orders and catering services.
“The two locations are only six miles apart, but now anyone who opens that food delivery app can have one place to get late night hot chicken,” he added.
No more late-night munchies in South Tampa, but don’t worry – King of the Coop still delivers in St. Petersburg and Wesley Chapel until 3 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, and on West Shore Boulevard in South Tampa until midnight on those same nights.