Diners enjoy epic flavor, fresh organic ingredients in eclectic and traditional fare during September 16 – 25 

PHOENIX, September 6, 2016 –

Following the nation’s triumphant showing in the 2016 Olympics, held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Tryst Café is proud to offer traditional and eclectic Brazilian fare as they participate in Arizona Restaurant Week during September 16 – 25.

Lisa Khnanisho, founder of Tryst Café, is resurrecting a customer favorite, pomegranate pork chops, along with traditional Brazilian meal, Feijoada, a bean and ham stew and Brazilian chicken in coconut milk sauce.

“Each month, Tryst Café offers a special global menu featuring one country, and our customers raved about the pomegranate pork chops when we featured Brazil earlier this year,” Khnanisho said. “This Arizona Restaurant Week, I wanted to offer the pork chops as a twist on Brazilian cooking, along with two entrees that are more traditional.”

All entrees start with organic and antibiotic free ingredients and can be made gluten-free. In addition to sumptuous entrees, the menu includes appetizer and dessert choices along with suggested drink pairings, including Brazilian Lemonade, made with freshly squeezed lime and sweet condensed milk.

About Tryst Café        

Tryst Café is an organic food restaurant that invites diners to have an affair with naturally delicious food by offering organic and antibiotic-free ingredients creatively combined in American menu favorites and monthly global specials. The restaurant is located in the Shade Plaza across from the busy Desert Ridge shopping center at 21050 N Tatum Blvd. in Suite 108 and serves breakfast, lunch, happy hour and dinner. The restaurant is open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sundays. Learn more at

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