The clean interior of the Brick House Tavern feels inviting, especially when one considers the fireplace and couches that comprise a large amount of the non-bar area. The Yard Bird Sandwich was the hero of the day, containing bacon, provolone, hot (sriracha) mayo, lettuce, tomato, and pickles. While the sandwich seems busy, I can assure you that the constituent parts unite to make something considerably greater than the sum of its parts. The Black and Blue Burger is dusted with Cajun seasoning and contains blue cheese and caramelized onions and mayo; the array of flavors make the burger pop in your mouth. The rest of the Brick House menu is stacked, with a set of brick-fired pizzas, salads, meatball meals, and some crazy sides to tide individuals over until their meal comes. Wings are here, but Brick House Tavern offers soft pretzels, calamari, and even meatloaf sliders.
For those that wish to have a drink or two, their bar is the best stocked that we have seen at a chain store. There are 40 ounce beer bottles, microbrews, foreign efforts, and even the company’s own brand of beer. Factor in a well-stocked amount of wines and spirits, and one will be at home watching the numerous televisions placed around the restaurant. The hand-pulled cask beer is fairly cheap ($6/7 for a 16 or 22 ounce bottle) and is a considerably different from macro lagers and microbrews alike.
Brick House Tavern has a number of locations in Ohio, New York, Kentucky, Illinois, Florida, and Texas. Check out their website for their menu, locations, and get used to a man cave write large. We reviewed the Akron / Cuyahoga Falls store; check out their quick service, clean digs, and tremendous menu as soon as possible.
Brick House Tavern and Tap / http://brickhousetavernandtap.com/locations/brick-house-cuyahoga-falls/