Restaurant to Celebrate American Craft Beer Week

South Florida beer lovers won’t want to be anywhere other than at Tryst starting Monday, May 16. Through Friday, May 22, Tryst is planning some stellar swag giveaways and food specials to mark the delicious celebration with event partners, Saltwater Brewery and Funky Buddha Brewery.

Featuring a nightly Happy Hour at the bar until 7 p.m. guests will enjoy American Craft Beer Week in style with favorite selections like: Salty Buddha, Black Currant, Screamin’ Reels, Floridian and more. Big crowds are expected so plan to arrive early.

Tryst’s General Manager Bryan Ralph says, “We’ll have some really special beers on hand for the event. For example, we’re expecting a case of Dogfish Head 120. This beer is 18 percent alcohol and considered the ‘Holy Grail’ of hoppy beers. We fully expect it will sell it out by the end of the week.”

Yelp just ranked Tryst one of Palm Beach County’s 10 best restaurants saying, “This Delray spot epitomizes the gastro pub concept with inspired plates, a free-wheeling selection of craft beers, boutique wines and cocktails and an eclectic setting for nightly dinner and drinks.” Another quote from their website exclaimed, “If you’re in Delray Beach and looking for a delicious meal with a little creativity…eat at Tryst.”

In addition to beers, Tryst offers more than 30 wines by the glass and an extensive half-bottle list. Classic cocktails are artfully prepared from scratch. Known throughout 

South Florida for using the finest organic, farm-fresh produce and artisanal ingredients, Tryst is tremendously popular with both local residents and visitors from throughout the country. Outdoor patio seating is available in addition to full dining service indoors and at the large bar.

Tryst is open: Monday through Thursday from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday 5 p.m. to 2 a.m.; and Sundays 5 p.m. until 10 p.m. Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Kitchen hours are 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. daily.

Tryst is located at 4 E Atlantic Avenue just east of Swinton Avenue on Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach, Florida. The restaurant is situated directly across the street from Old School Square on the same block as “32 East” and “Bull Bar. For more info, visit their website at


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