Local Mom Scoop is sharing how to experience the Swank Farms Brunch. All opinions are 100% my own.
What To Expect At The Swank Farms Brunch
When you first arrive on the farm you are greeted with a “Wake-up Bite” and a Brunch Crafted Cocktail. The bites were delicious featuring and I was happy to see my kids try them all.
The menu featured:
- Cornbread French Toast with Honey Butter Syrup and Green Fennel
- Pecan Cinnamon rolls with crispy pork belly topped with pickled green melon.
- Smoked Eggplant Toast with Ricotta, Tomatoes, Nepitella and a Honey Drizzle
- Chicken Liver Mousse, Shaved Radish and Minced Chives inside and Egg
We sipped on Tito’s Vodka with Alta Palla Sparkling Water which was quite refreshing. My kids had juice boxes and were happy as can be.
My family wandered the Farm visiting the ducks, pigs and other animals waving to them from behind the fence.
There is a guided tour of the Farm Fields learning more about the growing operation with Owner Darrin Swank. We started on the tour, but then my kids wanted to roam before the brunch started.
Starting at 11:30 am, the main Brunch takes place under the magnificent Pole Barn.
You check-in at the front table to be seated family style. It was a pleasure talking to other parents and making new acquaintances.
During the brunch, we enjoyed live music and sipped on Unlimited Mimosas, Bloody Marys and Craft Beers.
THE BRUNCH MENU
This will change with each Swank Farm Brunch and each Chef, however, you can expect a delicious brunch that will be sure to please. Remember, it’s Family Style, so be ready to serve your friends and new acquaintances.
Squash Blossom Frittata, Goat Cheese, Marjoram
Cider Braised Greens, Smoked Ham Hock Over Creamy Grits
Sausage & Gravy, Poached Eggs, Buttermilk Biscuits
Old School Bakery Bourbon Bread Pudding
- Homemade Mac and Cheese was available for the kids as well
WHAT WILL MY KIDS DO
My kids had an amazing day on the farm. A special area for crafts and making bubbles was available for the kids along with an adult overseeing the area.
They played like when I was a kid. Making friends, jump roping, hula hooping and big smiles on their faces. I never heard the dreaded “I’m bored” and no child asked for technology. It was the perfect time for them to disconnect and be kids.
WHAT SHOULD YOU WEAR
I saw a little bit of everything. It was still a seasonally warm day so a dress was in order. But it was the perfect opportunity to break out the boots. I saw lots and lots of boots.
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Local Mom Scoop was hosted by Swank Specialty Farm for the Swank Farms Brunch. All opinions are 100% my own.
Who knew that just an hour away, my family would be transported to an easy, relaxed atmosphere, disconnecting from technology and learning to just be kids again.
Swank Specialty Produce has been hosting a series of family-style dinners for many seasons now. The Swank Family Style dinners happen on Sundays from 4 pm – 8 pm. Because of the success, they’ve designed a Sunday Brunch featuring locally recognized chefs.
Guess what? You can bring your kids to the Swank Farm Brunch.
So we did!
It was a magical day playing Tug of War, jump roping and craft making while dining on a delicious brunch menu designed by Executive Chef Tara Abrams who is now at the newly opened Crazy Uncle Mike’s located in East Boca Raton.
SWANK FARM BRUNCH DATES
The following Swank Farms Brunch dates!
November 17, 2019 – Brick and Barrel Brunch
February 16 – Brunch with Tara Abrams & Max Santiago
April 21, 2019 – Easter Sunday
May 12, 2019 – Mother’s Day
To make reservations purchase now
Adult ticket – $99.00
Child ticket 4-12 years old – $45.00
3 and under: Free