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Originally built in the mid-1800s as a dry goods store, BHB’s location is the oldest commercial building in Patchogue.

BrickHouse Brewery Debuts New Look and Menu

September 19, 2017 Industry News

After 21 years as a pub, BrickHouse Brewery and Restaurant (BHB) is transitioning its bar-style offerings to include a true dining experience that is sure to please longtime guests, families and millennials alike. The culinary brainchild of BHB’s new executive chef Phil Capobianco, this innovative new menu will feature several Asian-Creole-fusion seafood dishes. The new menu will not only be visually appealing but will complement BHB’s renowned micro brewed beer selections. Several of BHB’s classic items will also continue to be featured.

Among the most idyllic of the new dishes is the Sesame Tuna Napoleon, which features rare sesame tuna layered between fried wontons and Asian slaw, in a similar fashion to a classic Napoleon dessert. To finish, the dish is tossed in a Japanese wasabi ouzo vinaigrette. Also on the menu is the new Asian Shrimp wrap, which includes tender cuts of shrimp in lettuce cups, topped with Thai Cole slaw and Thai peanut sauce. A new “Beer Battered” starters section has also been added, with items such as fried pickles, garlic Parmesan chicken wings and beer battered bacon.

For those looking for their favorite BHB classics, items such as the Buffalo wings, Classic nachos, Nitro Boom chili, Reuben, burgers and shepherd’s pie are still prominently featured.

BHB is also now offering a new special, Prime Rib Wednesday’s. This special includes a large cut of prime rib, mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables for only $25.

In an effort to collectively change its feel, BHB recently remodeled its main dining area with all new modern décor, including authentic gas lanterns made in New Orleans. BHB also upgraded its outdoor seating area, which is completely dog-friendly.

Originally built in the mid-1800s as a dry goods store, BHB’s location is the oldest commercial building in Patchogue. It also is the longest-running microbrewery on Long Island. As an early leader in the microbrew industry, BHB’s mission is to create one-of-a-kind beers that are strictly made and sold in the region, rather than rely on mass produced beers from larger national breweries. BHB serves true craft beers.

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