On Tuesday, you can stop along Delray Beach’s Second Avenue to grab brekkie at a new spot: Rose’s Daughter, where Max’s Harvest used to be. Rose’s opens serving breakfast and dinner.
This is a sister restaurant for Brule Bistro, just down the street and a local favorite haunt. Overseeing both, of course, is Owner/Chef Suzanne Perrotto, an always-in-motion, creative kitchen artist with lots of ideas—and lots of those are delicious.
Rose’s Daughter celebrates Perrotto’s mother, Linda Rose, who ran Sonny’s Trattoria in New York, which was a family affair. For breakfast at Rose’s, there’s a continental stop on the front patio for a quick grab-and-go (think espresso and coffees, OJ, orange brioche, biscuits, egg sandwiches and other wood-fire specials). Breakfast is served Tuesday to Sunday from 7 to 11 a.m.
Dinner will include dishes from Perrotto’s Mom’s Sunday dinners, gnocchi verde, house-made sausage Bolognese, plus ricotta cheesecake and a lot more. And Negroni on tap! But no reservations taken, except for special events or large groups. Dinner served Tuesday to Sunday from 5 to 11 p.m.
Rose’s Daughter, 169 Second Ave., Delray Beach; 561/271-9423; rosesdaughterdelray.com
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