Fork & Knife in Boca Raton Now Serving Brunch

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Few activities are more relaxing than getting drunk at nine o'clock in the morning.

While it's generally not acceptable to get wasted in the early hours of the day, it's all right as long eggs are involved, as long as it's brunch.

For all you early morning inebriates another bottomless breakfast/lunch hybrid has come to town.

Fork & Knife recently began serving brunch with $12 bottomless mimosas and $14 all-you-can-drink Bloody Marys.

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Available Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., the restaurant is offering a number of lunch items as well as creative modern American brunch dishes.

Dishes include selections like Cap'n Crunch French Toast ($10) made with thick-cut challah bread battered in Cap'n Crunch cereal and served with maple syrup and fresh whipped cream; brisket hash ($10) crispy brisket and potato hash topped with three fried eggs; and F&K Burger ($14), a ten ounce patty, cheddar cheese, a fried egg, crispy onion straws, bacon jam and F&K burger sauce, served on a toasted challah bun with hand-cut fries.

Owners Lee Tushman and Scott Niskar wanted to offer guests a taste a chance to relax with some innovative cuisine.

"We wanted our brunch menu to really showcase what we're all about -- modern comfort food -- the perfect weekend indulgence," Tushman says. "We narrowed down the menu to our very best dishes and added some exciting new choices that we know diners will love."

To keep guests hydrated, the spot is offering multiple flavors of mimosas and bottomless Bloody Marys.

Fork & Knife is located at 99 SE Mizner Blvd, 110 in Boca Raton. Call 561-405-6542, or visit forkandkniferestaurant.com.

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