The Treylor Park manages to balance a great variety of delicious offerings: sandwiches, tacos, flatbreads, plates, salads and don’t forget the beer and cocktails. While perusing the menu deciding what this Takeout Tuesday should entail we couldn’t help but be intrigued by some of the “out of the ordinary” menu choices. The decision was made right then and there that this would be a lunch filled with adventure to the palate. See a selection below of the menu items we tried and what started with some nose wrinkling ended up with some surprised eyebrow raising.
PB&J Wings – You are reading correctly, these wings are flavored with peanut butter and jelly. Your first thought might be, “How could these chicken wings taste anything but weird?” Well the combination works with these sticky PB&J chicken wings which have a sweet tangy flavor that resemble Thai peanut satay. The serving includes 6 wings and is served with a peach jelly dipping sauce.
Chili Hummus – This tasty dip is comprised of kidney beans, pico de gallo, black olives, jalapenos and served with tortilla chips. The taste and consistency is like a bean dip and the spices are present with a touch of heat from the jalapenos. If, by chance, you have some left the next morning, Scout’s suggestion would be to scramble up some eggs with chorizo and use chili hummus as a topper with a touch of sour cream.
Treylor Park Nachos Grande – What happens when you put together waffle fries, pickles, fried chicken, bacon, cheddar cheese w/ chive ranch and balsamic gastrique? You have a delicious dish that is worth waxing poetic about the perfect bite. Our fries were a bit soggy by the time we got home, most likely due to the fact we were a little late picking up the order and had about a 15-20 minute travel time. Take this into consideration when placing your order and you might want to order these with your dine in experience. Still noteworthy & delicious even when soggy.
Bacon Cheeseburger Tacos – Grass-Fed Beef & Bacon, lettuce, tomato,onion,pickle, pico, shredded cheese, & special sauce. Does this count as Mexican food or American food? The answer is it doesn’t matter when it tastes this good. The combo really works and was all the taste testers favorite when faced with the difficult choice of actually choosing.
Banana Pudding Creme Brulee – I would call this dessert a southern twist on a traditional dessert. The banana flavor was subtle and the caramelized crunch still in tact with every bite. Also, may be a better dessert for eating in house but the flavor profiles were nice.
All in all this was definitely a fun lunch with much conversation about flavors and many fun surprised reactions. Treylor Park provides the perfect menu for having a food adventure and also if plenty of choices for those less adventurous. Stop in today and don’t miss out on their great happy hour bargains!