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Delray Beach's Falcon offers a Sunday "bathrobe brunch" with free drinks you simply can't miss

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There's a new way to experience Sunday brunch, South Florida — and it's in your bathrobe.

No, we don't mean from the comfort of your own home. Instead, we're talking about the re-imagining of a former Delray Beach establishment that recently opened its doors as The Falcon.

Designed to be a revival of the legendary Delray Beach haunt The Falcon House — a local favorite that once occupied the same vintage house at 116 NE 6th Ave. — this seductive and casual bar and restaurant recently relaunched in the former Death or Glory space.

Today, The Falcon is offering patrons new and old a chance to experience the latest dining and imbibing experience from co-owner Sean Inglehart — once a Falcon House bar-back and owner of Boynton Beach's Sweetwater — who has joined forces with Death or Glory founder Annie Blake to bring a new vision to the historic house while maintaining its celebrated culture.

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"We’re excited to bring back a beloved Delray Beach mainstay in a new way to the neighborhood. We hope to welcome fans of the old Falcon House and create new ones with The Falcon," adds co-owner and former Death or Glory co-founder Annie Blake.

The redesigned 100-year-old vintage house evokes a sexy and swanky atmosphere featuring a white oak bar backlit with seductive red lighting that illuminates the entire space. Black and white photos of The Falcon House’s glory days adorn the walls. Last week, a newly renovated outdoor patio offers an intimate, al-fresco extension of the indoor bar's programming and atmosphere.

To that end, Inglehart calls The Falcon a "place for locals, by locals," with a come-as-you-are vibe. And that includes arriving in your bathrobe.

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Every Sunday, The Falcon offers its increasingly popular "Bathrobe Brunch." From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., the weekly event features live music and free — YES, FREE — brunch cocktails for anyone who arrives dressed in a bathrobe or kimono.

If you can't make it for brunch, a full range of offerings presents a curated taste of Iglehart and bar manager Andrew Luzenko's masterful take on craft cocktails, all of it served alongside a concise menu of elevated global street food by executive chef Mike Stuhlmuller, who highlights shareable plates that offer his take on elevated street food, as well as entree specials.

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Standout dishes include the Indian-inspired Curry Cauliflower served with a cucumber coriander yogurt; a Lebanese-themed Lamb Kafta Burger prepared with tahini, sumac onions, salt-cured tomatoes, and quick pickles; a Thai-take on Drunken Noodles with sliced marinated chicken thighs, onion, chili, garlic oyster sauce, dark soy, house rice noodles, and seasoned with Thai basil; and the American classic Petite Filet, an 8-ounce cut served with a dijon demi, baby rainbow carrots, and Caraway mashed potatoes.

Pair food with playfully-named cocktails that currently include "Morning Wood," a blend of bourbon, passion fruit, lime, chili-honey, and Dugan & Dame coffee bitters. Alongside the house staple house cocktails you can also find a short list of "quickies" — AKA elevated shots — like the "Pootie Tang" that combines with passion fruit-flavored Tang and vodka.

The Falcon is open from Tuesday through Saturday from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. For more information visit The Falcon's website or stay up to date on Instagram.

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