Lucky Rooster Kitchen + Bar
Upon graduation from the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, he was given aprestigious 10-month internship as a teaching assistant at what was then the school’s Escoffier Restaurant. Armed with a top-notch degree, Rollison continued his cooking education in kitchens around the country from California to New York, honing skills in numerous positions at top restaurants including Gramercy Tavern.
Doors opened for his American bistro with Southern soul Lucky Rooster in Dec. 2013. Surrounded by island scenery, fine seafood and regional specialties, he developed a menu of refined comfort foods and adventurous eats utilizing the best of the area for an array of eaters. On the seasons and the whim of his kitchen staff, the dishes at Lucky Rooster are approachable but exciting. His heritage and inherent hospitality shine through at LuckyRooster, where guests come away feeling like they too are part of the family.