Progress 2020: Brick & Barley a “hot” spot for Orange nightlife
By Van Wade
The Orange Leader
There are plenty of great places to eat, dine with friends and have an entertaining time and Brick & Barley is one of those fine locations where folks can get their “grub” on.
Located at 2614 Lutcher Drive in Orange, Brick & Barley has plenty to offer diners.
It is a tremendous place to relax after a long week of hard work.
Brick & Barley has a wide selection of food and drinks, so you can certainly kick back, relax your mind and body how you see fit.
It was voted by Orange County residents in the Orange Leader’s Reader’s Choice Best of Orange County for the Best Bar, Best Sports Bar and best nightclub.
From hand-crafted cocktails and seasonal craft beers to freshly prepared finger food, Brick & Barley has a little something for everyone.
Their menu has a wide variety that includes chicken strip baskets, pork wings, and fries, wings and fries, boudin balls, fried pickles, pretzels, southwest egg rolls, crispitos, mozzarella sticks, and onion rings.
With trained mixologists that specialize in craft beer knowledge and seasonal cocktails, you can rest assured that their bartenders will serve it up right.
They have domestic beers, craft beers, seasonal cocktails, whiskey flights, and beer flights.
Instead of making long drives to big cities, Brick & Barley has live entertainment, karaoke and open mic nights if those with a great voice wants to drop in with a group of friends and show everyone what they’ve got.
Brick & Barley definitely brings something refreshing to the local Orange County nightlife scene. They host a number of recurring entertainment events that includes Ladies Night; Live Music Nights; Karaoke Night and patrons can also test their pool skills on their diamond table.
They host 8-Ball Tournaments throughout the year.
For upcoming events, go to the Brick & Barley Facebook Page and their phone number is (409) 330-4345.
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