Tastes Like Now

Likable new Tryg's redefines comfort food--and brunch!--for the west metro

There simply isn't a better place in the southwest metro for a big multigenerational brunch celebration. Tryg's is wheelchair accessible, the hostesses are happy to set up a high chair for a little one, and then there are all those hashes. Stick a candle in one of the breakfast pastries and you'll never feel crabby about Uncle Bert's birthday get-together again.

Chef Philip Dorwart and pastry chef Sun Cowles get things exactly, precisely right at Minneapolis's Tryg's
Craig Lassig
Chef Philip Dorwart and pastry chef Sun Cowles get things exactly, precisely right at Minneapolis's Tryg's

Basically, the only question I still have about Tryg's is, What will happen in the year 2050? When they bulldoze Tryg's and replace it with the newest thing, what will we find when our grandchildren wheel us in for our 75th birthday brunch? Lycopene empanadas? Peanut-infused chimichurri water? Something tells me that whatever it is, it will be exactly what we will want.

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