Local lamb chops, brushed with fresh rosemary and olive oil and grilled. Short-rib osso buco, cooked sous-vide for 36 hours. Pork tenderloin smoked with cherry wood, awash in maple-chipotle glaze. Bros Brasserie Americano's menu is filled with sophisticated, elegantly plated dishes, all with recommended pairings. But it's not wine the staff suggests to pair with the New American cuisine—it's beer. A row of 16 tap handles is constantly changing as the staff rotates in all-American craft beers such as Widmer 924 Milk Stout, Crow Peak Brewing Company's 11th Hour IPA, and New Belgium Brewing's Peach Porch Lounger. Bottled brews round out the extensive collection.
Diners can have the chefs steam a pound of mussels in their choice of any of the tap beers. They can also belly up to the bar for eats that are more casual but no less carefully crafted. The chefs grind their own Angus beef to form into 8.5-ounce patties for their Bro burger, which they pile with bacon, aged cheddar, and maple-chipotle barbecue sauce.
Cuisine Type: Winery and brewery with kitchen
Number of Tables: 11?25
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: Wine and beer tastings
Alcohol: Beer and wine only
Delivery/Takeout Available: Takeout only
What?s the best reaction you?ve ever gotten from a customer?
We always get how much fun it is, [with people saying]: "This place is great," [and] "I never had so much fun doing a wine tasting."
Has your business won any awards?
We have won many awards for the wine and beer.
In your own words, how would you describe your menu?
[It's] limited, but what we do is good. Nothing [is] fried; [it's] all done in stone ovens [and] all ingredients are fresh.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
We make sure that customers have a fun experience. We take photos of them holding all kinds of signs. We also take care of kids with ice cream tastings.
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