Brunch is most individual's favorite meal of the week.
It's makes sense, actually; it includes mimosas and Bloody Marys; it's slow and relaxing; and it includes plenty of bacon. What's not to like?
As loved as brunch is, for the most part, it's only available on Sundays - major bummer when you have other obligations like work or sleeping all day.
Tryst is ensuring that everyone gets in on the breakfast and lunch hybrid by offering it up four days a week.
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Starting last week, the restaurant disbanded its weekday lunch service to start up the four day brunch program.
"The first couple of days of the week were kind of slow for us," said Tryst partner Scott Frielich. "We were thinking about how to switch it up and we've had a lot of people coming in lately asking for brunch; so, we decided to turn the lunch into brunch from Thursday through Sunday."
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In addition to a number of lunch items that were previously featured on the menu -- don't worry, the fish tacos and burger are still available -- the spot added a wide range of traditional options like Eggs Benedict ($14) with poached eggs, nueske's smoked ham, toasted english muffin & whole grain mustard "béarnaise"; homemade biscuits and gravy ($12); huevos rancheros ($13) served with local corn tortillas, two fried eggs, black bean purée, salsa verde, salsa roja & queso blanco; and omelets ($13 to $14).
For those looking for vegetarian options, the restaurant is offering meatless options like the bread basket ($8) with fresh dried cherry scones, baby biscuits, salted butter, and jam; crispy rice crispy crusted challah French toast ($12) with cinnamon-orange custard, bananas, and New England maple syrup; a house granola parfait ($9) comprised of almond-maple granola, greek yogurt, berries, and Florida honey; and more.
The spot is also offering endless mimosas and Bloody Marys for $13 per person.
Brunch is available Thursday through Sunday fro 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Tryst is located at 4 E. Atlantic Ave. in Delray Beach. Call 561-921-0201, or visit trystdelray.com.
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