Southern Craft Stove & Tap Announces Catering for Ole Miss Football Tailgating

Ole Miss Football Tailgating Catering is a game winner every time with Southern Craft Stove & Tap being only 3 miles east of The Grove and its many food options to please everyone in your group.

Oxford, United States - October 10, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Southern Craft Stove + Tap announced the expansion of their catering for Ole Miss Football tailgating.

Owner Griffin Tanner adds, “Our brand is all about coupling our energetic atmosphere with the southern traditions we hold so dear and transforming them into our southern soul food. We want our catering impression to encourage you to taste the rest of the menu in our local restaurant three miles from The Grove.”

Southern Craft is an American-style restaurant and bar featuring foods made from fresh, non-processed ingredients and traditional products. The company has extensive expertise in affordable corporate office catering, event catering, cocktail reception catering, and concession catering in Oxford, Mississippi, and metro area.

When you gather at The Grove before the next Ole Miss football game, you want to enjoy your time focusing on friends and family, not worrying about food preparation and if you have enough variety to please everyone.

Southern Craft Stove + Tap is proud of its catering options. If you want pork ribs, someone else wants chicken tenders, a few want street tacos, and others want vegetarian or pizza, Southern Craft does it all. Even if it’s not on the menu.

Southern Craft Stove + Tap’s catering was featured during the opening of the SEC Nation television show on September 15, 2018, with host Laura Rutledge and analyst Tim Tebow.

Catering orders are due the Wednesday prior to the football game. Call Southern Craft Stove + Tap to order delicious catered food for your next tailgate experience: 662-234-6007.

ABOUT Southern Craft Stove + Tap

Southern Craft Stove + Tap started cultivating an atmosphere that the whole family finds enjoyable in 2017, while offering a high quality selection of cuisine and libations that are unique to the area. A kid-friendly outdoor green space, along with al fresco seating accent the 4600 square foot space. The restaurant has a 24-seat banquet room for large groups and events.

Contact:

Griffin Tanner

Southern Craft Stove & Tap

705 Sisk Avenue, Suite 111

Oxford, MS 38655

(662) 234-6007

griffin@southerncraftstovetap.com

https://www.southerncraftstoveandtap.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Griffin Tanner
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Organization: Southern Craft Stove & Tap
Address: 705 Sisk Ave, Suite 111, Oxford, MS 38655, United States
Phone: +1-662-234-6007
Website: https://www.southerncraftstoveandtap.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88927193

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