Pubs distinguish themselves by skillfully combining fare and alcohol, resulting in such culinary classics as beer-battered fish and sautéed shot glasses. Witness this delicious marriage with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 of Italian and American fare and drinks at Brewzzi in CityPlace, West Palm Beach.
Brewzzi's brew maestros coax original flavors from hops and barley, rotating beers seasonally to complement the robust menu. Nurse the nightlife with a pint of Black Duke Dark, which spotlights notes of chocolate and coffee ($5.20), or cure cabin fever with the fruit-infused Tropical Madness ($5.20/pint), which doubles as an effective legal defense. Chefs blend ale and aliments with the beer-battered chicken tenders ($10.25), bathed in Brewzzi's own Boca blonde lager before being fried to bronzed crispiness. Burgers and sandwiches fight for culinary dominance with carefully crafted entrees such as the pretzel-crusted salmon ($21.25), accompanied by asparagus, roasted red potatoes, and sauce made grainy with mustard and aging 16-mm film stock.
Brewzzi invites guests to enjoy preparation as well as presentation, with chefs performing gourmet acrobatics in the open kitchen. The eatery also houses a glass-walled brewery on-site that lifts the veil on the beer-creating process, ensuring a romantic first kiss between newlywed hops and barley.
Brewzzi funnels its German influences into a lineup of craft microbrews to complement its Italian- and American-inspired pub menu. The brewmaster crafts lagers, ales, and seasonal beers onsite, such as a fruit-infused Tropical Madness and a City Fest lager. In the open kitchen, chefs top brick-oven, hand-stretched pizza with toppings such as tuna, figs, and seasoned chicken. Burgers are crafted with care and can come with unique extras like lobster and spicy cheese sauce, and entrees cover all the taste bud bases with ribs, pasta, and meatloaf.