Before bread, sandwiches were haphazardly supported by two hands high-fiving. Celebrate the solidarity of sandwiches with today's Groupon to Brix Brews & NY Deli in Sunset Beach. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get two breakfast sandwiches and two mimosas or two lunch sandwiches and one beer flight (up to a $42 value).
- For $40, you get four breakfast sandwiches and four mimosas or four lunch sandwiches and two beer flights (up to an $84 value).
Brix Brews & NY Deli owner Rick Reich schmoozes with duets and quartets as they munch on carefully crafted daytime eats accompanied by craft brews or smooth mimosas. At breakfast, dining parties can munch on the Lox and Schmear's ($9) blend of cream cheese, smoked salmon, and baby dill while toasting mimosas ($6 each) to holographic images of Wolf Blitzer's beard. The lunch menu bursts with overstuffed New York deli-style sandwiches, such as the Mitzvah, piled with corned beef and sauerkraut ($10 for 4 oz.; $14 for 8 oz.) Three Cheese to the Wind ($7), a melted mélange of muenster, american, and provolone cheeses sealed between a protective challah bun, or the Fughedaboudit, which packs in hot pastrami, Brix deli sauce, melted swiss cheese, and cole slaw ($10 for 4 oz.; $14 for 8 oz.).
While eating, diners quench taste buds with a crisp flight of four 5 oz. craft beers ($12), which rotate daily from an extensive beer menu. Weekly live music swells through the restaurant's dining room, which welcomes guests with hanging lights and a flat-screen TV. For those who enjoy dining beneath the peaceful loll of summertime clouds, a refreshing outdoor patio awaits.
Brix Brews & NY Deli
Upon collecting more than 2,000 bottles of wine, certified sommelier Rick Reich had a startling realization: he could not possibly drink them all by himself. Brix Brews & NY Deli was born as a place where Rick could invite customers to be his guests and sip on his extensive collection. Rick has come to call his restaurant his "living room," a place where he spends his time sharing company, drink, and food. It's here in his "living room" where guests will not only find a huge collection of more than 1,500 wines—they'll also find 21 craft brews on tap, alongside more than 50 bottles, one for each instance of tickling in the average rugby scrum.
And as the latter half of the restaurant's name implies, these drinks will never be alone. Weekend brunch, lunch, and dinner hint at the grilled sausage on a pretzel bun with sauerkraut; the pastrami-based fughedaboudit sandwich; and crisp margherita pizzas topped with fresh garlic, basil, and tomatoes. Food for the mind joins in the fun, too, with a jam-packed calendar of live music and trivia.