Brick & Brew Gastropub has officially opened its impressive new space on King Street in Malvern, writes Jordan McBride for Main Line Today.
This is the third location of the establishment known for its elevated pub fare and handcrafted cocktails. At 5,000 square feet, it is also significantly larger than its other locations in Havertown and Media.
Owner Tom Kane decided to go all out on his creative vision for his newest location. It features an industrial design throughout with exposed brick walls, steel beams, and whiskey barrels hanging from the vaulted ceiling and walls. Outside, the patio offers high-top tables.
Kane has also carefully placed pieces of architectural salvage to decorate the space, including Parisian street lamps and elaborate corbels from the Memphis Opera House in Tennessee. Another striking design detail is the faux greenery wall created by Roots Landscape in Wayne.
While the visual experience is delightfully different, the dining experience is equal to that of the Havertown and Media locations. The menu features the same regular items, along with some unique weekly specials.
Read more about the new Brick & Brew Gastropub in Main Line Today here.