What to Eat at Trina’s Starlite Lounge’s New Brunch

Trina's fried chicken
Trina’s fried chicken Photo: Nicole Kanner

It’s hard working in the food industry: you spend weekend mornings preparing brunch for customers and then when it comes to your own day off on Monday, there’s no brunch for you. Trina’s Starlite Lounge, itself owned by four industry vets, has stepped in to fill the void, reports Chowder. Trina’s brunch is served from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. every Monday and is open to civilians as well. We’ve got a first look at the menu: Trina’s evening favorites like the addictive fried chicken sit alongside new concoctions such as Velvet Elvis French Toast, a sandwich of french toast, banana, peanut butter, and chocolate-covered bacon. This being Trina’s, there are plenty of brunch cocktails as well, including butter maple bourbon.

cobb salad
pulled chicken, bacon, blue cheese, tomato, hard-boiled egg, avocado dressing
Starlite slam
2 eggs, bacon or sausage, hash brown, toast
trina’s biscuits and breakfast gravy
velvet elvis french toast
French toast sandwich of banana, peanut butter and chocolate covered bacon
fried chicken & buttermilk waffles
hot pepper syrup
seasonal fruit, granola and yogurt
huevo’s rancheros
2 fried eggs, chorizo-black beans, queso fresco, corn tortillas

griddled dog
brunch dog
fried egg and american cheese on wonder bread

lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles
double w/ cheese, fried egg, bacon
add bacon
add chocolate covered bacon
add cheese

2 eggs
fried, scrambled, over easy, sunny side up
hash browns
bacon, sausage, chorizo
silver dollar pancakes
fruit cup
sweet corn bread
sugar cereal du jour

mango, bellini, mimosa
tequila and sangrita
la saladita
tequila, St. Germaine, grapefruit juice, Dos Equis
hair of the dog
vodka, licor 43, oj, orange soda
butter maple bourbon
chocolate covered bacon back
Starlite Bloody Mary
glass or carafe
Kool Aid du jour
glass or carafé
Chocolate Quick
glass or carafe
fresh orange and grapefruit juice
glass or carafé

New: Brunch for the Brunch-Deprived [Chowder/Boston Magazine]

What to Eat at Trina’s Starlite Lounge’s New Brunch