It's been said time and time again since Stephen Simons and David Frank took over the iconic bar on 10th and Reed Streets, the Triangle Tavern has come a long way in its 82 years of existence. The neighborhood beer and a shot (and mussels) bar was once home to a vibrant lunch and dinner crowd, then home to a dirty cover band, and then home to a racial hate-crime, and then an eventual, and inevitable, closure. When Simons and Frank took over, they immediately recovered it's "neighborhood watering hole" status, gained some solid attention from both Trey Popp and Craig LaBan, and then even brought on weekend brunch.
Starting today, they're bringing on weekday lunch seven days a week, starting at 11 a.m. The menu is the same as the dinner menu, but with additional daily-changing lunch specials.