Arlington’s Tryst offers retro twist to traditional Sunday brunch
ARLINGTON – Looking for a place to grab brunch on Sunday? Visit Tryst, a gastro-pub located northwest of the city in Arlington Center. The restaurant now offers a “Retro Brunch” that highlights breakfasts of the past.
From Annie’s French Toast made with warm Portuguese sweet bread and cinnamon cider apples to the Steak & Eggs featuring grilled steak, two eggs, crispy potatoes & hollandaise, everything hits the spot at Tryst.
For those “foodies” looking to avoid traditional fare, Chef Paul Turano also serves dishes straight from his signature creative cuisine, including Lemon & Ricotta Pancakes and Hand Cut Tagliatelle Carbonara with poached farm egg, crispy prosciutto, pecorino romano & cracked pepper.
What’s better than the food is the entire experience in general. Kick back and enjoy the classic 50’s and 60’s tunes all morning or afternoon while enjoying one of their unique, handcrafted cocktails. Be sure to try one of the restaurant’s throwback desserts, including house-made Twinkies and Devil Dogs.
The upscale, yet casual restaurant specializes in contemporary American cuisine, but leave your pretentiousness at the door if you plan on visiting.
Owner and Chef Turano strives “to combine the elegance of upscale city dining with the comforts of a suburban bistro”. His menu is creative, yet approachable to both foodies and the most casual diners alike.
Tryst Retro Brunch is only available on Sundays from 11AM to 2:30PM. Management recommends placing reservations. Tryst Restaurant is located at 689 Massachusetts Ave. in Arlington. For more information please visit their website or call 1-781-641-2227.