Brick Yard Microbrewery (Boca Raton)

Posted on January 2nd, 2012 · American Boca Raton

Brick Yard Microbrewery, 7050 West Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton, Florida 33433, (561) 544-0001.

Wanna be one of the first people to try a new joint?–Well if you do, you might want to check-out Brick Yard Microbrewery which opened about 2-weeks ago in Boca Raton. Just so you know, I haven’t eaten there yet, but yesterday I “took” a tour of this new restaurant which features all kinds of beers on tap, burgers, salads, pizzas and sandwiches–and the joint looks absolutely dynamite with a light-brick indoor decor and a great looking outdoor patio with its own bar.

I got Brick Yard Microbrewery on my list of joints to “try”–so look for a review in coming weeks. I will tell you, four people that I know have already tried it and they thought that the burgers, fries and pizzas were delicious. Now, I will tell you, that two of those folks years ago told me and I quote, “Ford’s Edsel is going to be a huge seller.” So…

From what I understand, Brick Yard Microbrewery is open Sunday-Thursday 4pm-11pm, Friday-Saturday 4pm-2am.

4 Comments to “Brick Yard Microbrewery (Boca Raton)”

  1. PL says...

    ate there over the weekend, cheeseburger and fries was very good. really nice looking place.

    • Jllian Levine says...

      it’s pretty obvious that your palate isn’t too discerning!!!
      You are rating an effing burger!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      Oh yea…and fries.

  2. arf says...

    ribs are fair same for burger. nothing really special.

  3. Lisa says...

    Service was terrible both times we went. We sat at the boar both times, and it took an average of 10 minutes to get a beer with less than 10 people seated at the bar. The door says they are open until 2am, but last call was an hour and a half before that. Last night, they are open until midnight, and at 11PM, they would not allow up to order. The staff was so busy cleaning up, and pouring their own drinks. Tried it twice, will not go back. AND p.s. a Micro brewery MAKES their own beer. This place claims they are, but they POUR tap beer, not make it.

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