Delray's Deck 84 Ramps Up Brunch Menu

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   Wolfing down bowls of garlic-flavored ice cream isn't for everyone. If you're  skipping Delray's Garlic Fest this weekend but still want to chow down,  Deck 84 hopes to entice you with their  new, breath-friendly brunch menu items.

 

 

  

As you know, brunch is merely a thinly veiled excuse to drink even earlier in the day without the nagging worry of being judged harshly by your peers. At Deck 84's Build-Your-Own Bloody Mary Bar,  diners can customize their Bloody Mary with over twenty ingredients all of which, with practice, can be skillfully arranged in a glass.  For one crisp Hamilton, booze hounds guests receive a 20 oz. glass half full of Vodka and are tasked with filling it with pickled, spicy, and salty delights like bacon, pickled okra, and stuffed Spanish olives.
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Sadly, the Bloody Mary bar is only open on weekends, from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., but on Sundays you can start drinking at 11 a.m., that's right even earlier. The Bloody Mary bar isn't a new feature at Deck 84 but let's face it, you were secretly hoping it wasn't nixed it from the Brunch menu.

 
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Chef Jon's "24 Hour" French Toast

In addition to their regular brunch fare like mushroom omelets and Eggs Benedict, Deck 84 has added new items --  " Chef Jon's "24 Hour" French Toast and a variety of flatbreads.

 Chef Jon's "24 Hour" French Toast is made with thickly sliced brioche that is soaked for in a rich custard and cooked to order then topped with Oregon wild berries and dusted with powdered sugar.
  
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Smoked Salmon Flatbread

A variety of new flatbreads  have also been added to the restaurant's brunch menu with a host of toppings from brie and pear to the smoked salmon flatbread, a play on a bagel with Lox. The smoked salmon flatbread is topped with an herb cream cheese, pickled red onions, and capers. Admittedly, smoked salmon with pickled onions is not exactly breath-friendly but it still won't stay with you for quite as long as garlic.

On weekends, Deck 84 also features live music starting at 2 p.m.on their outside patio which overlooks the Intracoastal Waterway.  If you're headed to Delray this weekend, and judging by a recent New Times poll, you are, Deck 84 invites you to enjoy a cocktail,  the view and try out their new brunch items.


 




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Location Info

Deck 84

840 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, FL

Category: Restaurant


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2 comments
Carly
Carly

LOL. Those pictures really don't help. What is that, an olive on the French Toast? Yum.

CarlyisBlind
CarlyisBlind

Lol, um... I think a computer upgrade may be in order if that blue blueberry looks anything like an olive to you. That or we need to review our vegetables and fruits. Call me.

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