Brick House Tavern + Tap Open In Fort Worth

brickhouseby Jennifer Thomas

Brick House Tavern + Tap, the elevated tavern, opened its first Fort Worth location on 6300 North Freeway near I-35 at Fossil Creek. The new spot features a seasonal, chef-inspired menu, craft beers and hand-crafted cocktails made by Brick House bar experts – making it the best place in town to come together, hang out and watch the game.  This is the eighth location in Texas, and second in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.

Brick House Tavern + Tap is perfect for football fans and non-fans alike. The 8,600-square-foot location is equipped with more than 30 flat-screen TVs that can be viewed from soft leather recliners, a seat at the bar or a communal table for the whole party. From Aug. 4 through Sept. 3, guests can call and reserve their seat for their fantasy draft parties and receive group specials and more.  

The new restaurant is more than a tavern, serving up an array of appetizers, entrees and daily specials handcrafted in its scratch kitchen. Featured items for the fall include Drunken Pork Meatballs made of homemade ground pork, bacon, buttermilk, tabasco with whiskey BBQ glaze, jalapeno bacon cornbread and fried shallots. Guests at the new location can also enjoy Brick House Tavern + Tap’s brunch menu on the weekends from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. with dishes such as the Southern Fried Chicken Benedict, Gran Marnier French Toast and decadent Banana Bacon Waffles.

“We offer patrons an experience that goes beyond the one they find at your typical sports bars and grills,” said General Manager Daniel Rojas. “Our guests will get a top-notch, chef inspired menu with great food made from scratch, hand -crafted cocktails, a wide variety of craft beers while enjoying a comfortable and unique atmosphere for watching sports, enjoying happy hour, lunch or dinner with friends and family.”

Brick House Tavern + Tap recently partnered with Operation Homefront to launch “Taste Freedom,” a campaign to gives back to the heroic military men and women who currently serve or have served this country. Every Monday through Sept. 1, active duty and retired military personnel will receive 20 percent off their food by showing a military ID or bringing in the Taste Freedom certificate from the Brick House Tavern + Tap Facebook page. In addition, guests can support the charitable cause by donating. For a $5 donation, guests will receive a certificate for a complimentary appetizer of their choice; and for a $10 donation, guests receive a certificate for a complimentary entrée. All of the funds raised will go to Operation Homefront. They, in turn, use the funds to support military families in a variety of ways from financial assistance, emergency food assistance, baby items, home and appliance repair, and much more.

Brick House Tavern + Tap is open Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m.-1 a.m., Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m.-2 a.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m.-midnight. The menu and local information is available by visiting the website or by calling 817-806-1007.



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4 responses to “Brick House Tavern + Tap Open In Fort Worth

  1. Randy McCullough

    Had lunch at the Brick House Tavern in Fossil Creek. First of all, there was no lunch menu and the prices were pretty expensive. My wife had the half chicken dinner for $15 which consisted of half a chicken breast and a wing. The only side dish that came with the meal was green beans. We could get a two piece chicken dinner from KFC for $3.99 that would have been every bit as good. I had a grilled Mahi sandwich that was $12.50. The sandwich was good, but over priced at $12.50. Needless to say, we will not be returning.

    • Priscilla

      Thanks for the heads up. I’ve been wanting to try it but like you said $15.00 for chicken. I’ll pass lol..I can’t imagine how much a drink is.

    • tonya

      I was going this Friday for lunch,the one in fossil creek I don’t think im going because of the prices, dang!!! Its always alot of people in there when i pass by.

  2. Phil

    They have a great happy hour that is through out the entire restaurant not just the bar. All appetizers are five bucks and they have several beers for a dollar.

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