Brulé Bistro Reinvents 'Simple Scratch Cuisine': Celebrates Locals with Inspired Menu

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Located in the heart of Delray Beach's Pineapple Grove, Brulé Bistro invites locals to taste the inspired flavors and aromas of summer with weekly notes of customer appreciation.

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[We] have never felt a need to force our consumers through the doors with taglines of 'gastropub' or 'farm-to-fork'. We feel our locally derived food needs no other introduction than a fork.

While restaurants often change their names and concepts to adapt to what's in vogue, Brulé Bistro has remained devoted to their core philosophy and are paying homage to their loyal locals by stepping up their efforts both in the kitchen and on the restaurant floor.

Different from fellow Delray establishments, they have never felt a need to force their consumers through the doors with taglines of 'gastropub' or 'farm to fork.' "We feel that our locally derived food needs no other introduction than a fork," says owner Reny Hodan.

Brulé has been in Delray Beach since 2007 and has proudly worked with local fisherman and farmers (such as Pontano Farms in Boynton Beach, Florida) with menu changes being the result of chef-enthused concoctions driven by in-season produce at peak freshness. "Freshly picked food is unparalleled in flavor and nutrition," shared Executive Chef and Owner, Suzanne Perrotto. Many of their go-to farmers and fisherman can be frequently spotted wining and dining at Brulé - which speaks to the care and craftsmanship in the kitchen.

As the summer arrives and the snowbirds depart, Brulé is excited to continue the celebration of local fare. As the new chalk boards that hang above the kitchen foyer suggest, the lunch and dinner specials are inspired by "simple scratch cuisine." Further, the handcrafted drinks and seasonal herbs that decorate the bar add to the attention and integrity to detail that Brulé steadfastly holds true.

A new feature is Brulé Bistro's 'The Dog Days of Brulé Summer,' paying homage to their bar creations. More than a customary 'happy hour' and 'ladies night', the offerings range from an 'All Night Happy Hour' one night to half off craft beer, craft spirits or Reny's hand-picked wine collection on other nights.

About Brulé Bistro:
A chic and casual bistro tucked away in the Pineapple Grove district of Delray Beach serving modern American cuisine, artisan wines, craft beers and hand crafted cocktails served seven days, including happy hour Monday thru Saturday and signature late night sessions on weekends. Brule is pet friendly.

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