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Train Car Rotisserie Meats Restaurant Is Closing in Oak Hill

Winner Winner Rotisserie and Fine Foods won’t serve spit-roasted chicken or lamb anymore

Roasted chicken and sides from Winner Winner
Roasted chicken and sides from Winner Winner
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Nadia Chaudhury is the editor of Eater Austin covering food and pop culture, as well as a photographer, writer, and frequent panel moderator and podcast guest.

Winner Winner Rotisserie and Fine Foods, the quirky restaurant inside of a defunct railroad dining car in Oak Hill, is closing. Its last day at 9300 Highway 290 West will be on Thursday, October 31. Ahead of the shutter, Winner Winner is hosting a closing party on Saturday, October 26 with musician Vic con Queso from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.

Owner Sarah Lindsey’s restaurant, which opened in April 2018, focused on spit-roasted meats, like chicken, porchetta, and lamb. Then there were sandwiches and plates made with those meats, as well as sides (there’s a porchetta pot pie) and desserts (ricotta cheesecake, salted caramel pot de creme, etc.).

Winner Winner’s actual physical restaurant space — an old dining car from a 1949 train — was happenstance. There was an emphasis on to-go orders, though there are some seats for those looking to dine at the restaurant.

Before opening Winner Winner, Lindsey worked the kitchen of Royal Blue Grocery for eight years.