Y’all have undoubtedly been to The COOP in Winter Park, yeah? A concept by the folks who ideated 4 Rivers brought The Coop to the area a few years ago. We’ve been on several occasions since this posting and while it’s not a cosmic experience or the bestest of the best southern food we’ve ever had, this little joint should be a strong contender anytime you get a hankerin’ of your own.
Let’s talk food. About our last visit.
Can we please just talk about this for a minute? This “side” dish is a sweet cinnamon roll bread-type thingy with frosting topping. Actually, I don’t even know that there needs to be much talk – that’s just it. I could eat one every single day.
One of the things I really appreciate and enjoy about The COOP is the extensive menu they offer. The dish featured above (and mine on this particular visit) is pretty standard but is oh-so-delicious. As mentioned in the caption it’s called “The COOP Scramble” and can be found under the “Classics” part of The COOP menu. A few others you might find appealing under this category are omelets, chicken fried steak, and skillets.
If you’ve never been to The COOP and want to consider other things they have to offer before heading to Winter Park to check it out they have:
- Classics (as mentioned above)
- Waffles, Pancakes, and French Toast
- Homemade Biscuits
Just a heads-up/reminder if you’re not familiar with The COOP owners and are getting that hankerin’ for this type of food on a Sunday: They’re closed.
“The COOP is a family-owned faith-based restaurant, and we feel Sundays are a day for family and worship.”
Also, they do deliver if that’s something you’re interested in. There’s a pickup package minimum of 10 people with $200. Check out the delivery-specific menu here.
610 West Morse Blvd.
Winter Park, FL 32789
Have you ever been to The COOP? If so, what are some of your favorite dishes? What are you eager to try?