Brunch at Boca Tampa

Since Boca Tampa opened a few years ago they have been one of my go-to spots for dinner and brunch! I recently stopped in for brunch and tried a few of their classic & new locally inspired dishes. It always takes me a while to order because the entire menu looks delicious.

We decided to start off with the Grilled Gulf Oysters, which were topped with garlic toasted croutons, asiago, and parmesan cheese & oregano butter.

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After the oysters we couldn’t decide if we wanted to stick with brunch or lunch dishes, so we ordered some both.

Up first was the BBQ Pork Benedict, which was a sweet and sticky smoked pork, on pretzel toast topped with poached eggs and cilantro bearnaise, served with a side of potato hash. The pork was a perfect mix of smokey and sweet and once we broke open those eggs…no words for how good it was.

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Next was the Grand Mar’s French Toast, a thick cut white bread, topped with burnt sage butter, Grand Marnier creme, candied oranges and a rosemary maple syrup. This was by far the best french toast I have EVER had. The bread was giant and fluffy and the mix of the creme, maple syrup and orange was unbelievable.

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And finally, the “Try This” Burger with Wagyu ground beef, grilled queso, papaya BBQ sauce and shishito peppers on a Hawaiian roll served with parmesan truffle fries. This combo of flavors was amazing! I wish they would sell this papaya BBQ sauce.

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And to top it all off, Boca Tampa has unlimited mimosas for Sunday brunch! Can’t beat that :)

This post was written by contributor, Michaela Hedderman.

This Babe Eats was invited to dine in exchange for an honest review and opinion. 

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