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We’ve become a family who does brunch quite often. I enjoy finding new, family-friendly places to kick back on a Sunday with the family. This particular Sunday we were enjoying a visit from my aunt in town for the weekend. It’s rare we are all in the same state so we decided to show her a bit of the town. Mizner is the perfect place to spend your afternoon filling up the belly, then taking a stroll along the fountain area.
We started at Tanzy (attached to the fabulous iPic theater). I’ll be honest at first, I didn’t picture Tanzy as being a place to take the kids. With two rambunctious (hungry) boys, I like to keep it simple. Get in and out quickly, and no one gets hurt. 🙂
The staff was incredibly accommodating, and our server (Julie) was an experienced nanny. Bonus! If that doesn’t entice you, the menu is enough to keep you coming back for more. Starting with appetizers we munched on Burrata with strawberry and arugula bruschetta with a balsamic glaze.
Since we were a group of five we decided to add another appetizer. Staying true to my first love (cheese) we added some Burrata and Crispy Prosciutto accompanied by figs and arugula with crispy bread. A perfect blend of salty and sweet. Salivating yet???
The benefits of going with the family are getting to try a bit of everyone’s dish. In total, we tried the Infamously Decadent French Toast:
The Three Egg Omelette came in an adorable personal size cast iron skillet with bacon and toast. This was perfect for my boys to enjoy, and us parents to “taste.”
My husband enjoyed the juicy Tanzy Burger. 10oz of ground Angus, applewood smoked bacon and beefsteak tomatoes. Perfect for the hungry dad!
In a mood for pasta, I gave the Pappardelle a try. This is comfort food at its finest folks. This slow cooked bolognese with fresh ricotta really hit the spot.
I sipped on the house favorite, the aptly named “Boca Mimosa.” A fun twist on a traditional mimosa with blood orange in place of orange juice. It was perfection!
The real star of the show at Tanzy are the assortment of incredible desserts. We pretty much gave everything a try. You know, for research… Chocolate cake is always a must for us, this was topped with vanilla gelato and indulgent caramel sauce (incredible!).
I’m a huge bread pudding fan, I’m also a red velvet cake lovah… so this was a no-brainer.
The Monkey Bread Babka was originally for the kids, but I think we may have finished it all off.
Tanzy brunch as a whole was a hit for the entire family. Come for the bottomless mimosas, stay for the BABKA!
Tanzy is located in Mizner Park at 301 Plaza Real Boca Raton, FL 33432. You can visit them online, or make reservations by phone at 561-922-6699