Trinnette Morris had worked as a CEO, a teacher, and the principal of a school when a boyfriend casually remarked “Your food is so good, you should open your own restaurant and call it Trindy’s.” This idea stuck and in 2015, Trindy Gourmet was founded in West Palm Beach.
Morris’ mother had cooked for a living and her father had run a catering business, so she had lots of help getting started.
The restaurant offers a wide variety of foods and does catering, including corporate catering.
That was until the coronavirus popped up.
Morris has been creative in her attempts to keep her 5 employees paid and the business on solid ground until she is able to reopen. Morris now offers a different to-go menu daily and features desserts from the neighboring restaurant and friend Nikki’s Jazzy Sweets.
Trindy Gourmet has two locations, and while indoor seating is closed, delivery or pick up is still available.
The company has headquarters in West Palm Beach, Florida.