Rose’s Daughter trattoria opening in Delray Beach with recipes inspired by mom

Jun 27, 2019 395


Suzanne Perrotto is tapping her New York roots to debut a second Pineapple Grove restaurant this July down the street from her 12-year-old eatery, Brulé Bistro. “I realized the changes I could make in the layout would allow me to bring back my parents’ trattoria in a modern, contemporary setting,” she says of Rose’s Daughter, which will occupy the former Max’s Harvest. “Second Avenue has the most chef-owned restaurants in Delray Beach, and they are some of my favorite places to eat.”

Perrotto named the American-Italian eatery after her mother, Linda Rose, who immersed her daughter in the trattoria’s kitchen by age 14. “She taught me to use every part of every animal that gave its life,” Perrotto says. “She says that if you are blessed with a whole duck, you must make stock, entrée, pâté and fat for cooking.”

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