As the newest jewel in the gritty renaissance of Lake Park Arts District, Brick & Barrel is art in motion. Industrial chic vibe and gritty artistry merge for a visual feast. Graffiti art murals commissioned from artist, Craig McInnis cover the walls with richly saturated hues, complementing the exposed brick. Wood block tables, slate gray banquettes and polished cement floors complete the design aesthetic. It is an upbeat, locally sourced gastropub illuminated by Edison bulbs and hipster savvy energy.
Chef David Schroeder’s menu features “locally-sourced, farm-to-table, seasonal, chef-driven, made-from-scratch pub fare.” Vegan love is spot on with the renowned Beyond Burger™, vegetarian takes on pub classics, and more.
“We all love food and promise to serve great food for everyone’s tastes—not just one group of diners. We love vegetables just as much as we love meat and will create delicious dishes for all of our guests’ enjoyment.”
The full bar flows with an urbane, whiskey centric attitude. Pappy Van Winkle is among usual suspects of dark spirits and barrel aged liquors, plus premium, select vodkas for the vodka purist are sophisticated offerings.
Seasonal, classic cocktails are stirred, shaken and smoked… combining the finest spirits and most fragrant ingredients available that pop the palate. Boutique, curated wines by the glass and local, South Florida hand-crafted beers complete the menu.
Brick & Barrel’s kitchen is open nightly Tuesday through Saturday, 4:00 p.m.–10:00 p.m. with the bar staying open until midnight. The restaurant offers daily happy hour, nightly specials and soon-to-be Saturday brunch. Reservations are available through www.opentable.com, but walk in guests are always welcome. For more information please call 561-623-0916.