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Brewzzi Italian American Bistro & Microbrewery

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Brewzzi Italian American Bistro & MicrobreweryBrewzzi Italian American Bistro & Microbrewery
very good

22 Ratings
Ratings: 22
Reviews: 18
rAvg: 3.63
pDev: 11.02%
Active Beers: 7
Beer Ratings: 11
Beer Avg: 3.31
Taps: 0
Bottles: 0
Beer-to-Go: N
[ Brewery, Eatery ]

700 S. Rosemary Avenue
West Palm Beach, Florida, 33401
United States
phone: (561) 366-9753

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Reviews by Vancer:
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2.79/5  rDev -23.1%

3/17/08 Update

Man, what a disappointment this place has turned into - just a trendy place with high prices. Mostly crap lite served here in plastic cups - no surprise as they only had 4 tap offerings when I visted last week.

Very much doubt if I ever return.

Original review:
What to add that wasn't already covered??? Well, I thought the place was very nice and classy - you can walk around the area and window shop before/after hitting Brewzzi. Inside is woody/brassy, outside is tropical and good for people watching. Bar has a copper pinged top, nice ! Inside service was good and the bartenders were friendly, outside was for tourists and the service poor - you had to take care of yourself and the bartenders don't really give a damn about you.

Beer impressions: their beer guide declared: *It takes twice as long to create a lager as it does an ale. Our patience is rewarded by providing our guest with a smoother, more refined taste experience. * Well, I thought their lagers; Boca Blonde Lager, Black Duke dunkel, and City Fest were somewhat weak and watered down - abv was 3.5 - 4 and you can tell. Their seasonal ales; Reed Reef amber and Irish stout were much more flavor-full. Pints were $4.25, pretty reasonable considering the location.

Will go back and have few more beers along with a dinner - inside!

Vancer, Mar 29, 2005
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4.25/5  rDev +17.1%

StrangerTides, Jun 21, 2014
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3.25/5  rDev -10.5%

TheSamKuehn, Jun 19, 2014
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3.25/5  rDev -10.5%

tobelerone, Dec 31, 2013
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4/5  rDev +10.2%

bcsbeer, Nov 05, 2013
Photo of buffalobeerfan
2.96/5  rDev -18.5%

A: The bar is similar in size to the yard house in palm gardens. It has an inside bar and also an outside bar. I was there on a Tuesday evening and the outside bar was very busy. The inside bar was not very busy, plenty of seats.

Q: Overall, the quality of the food and beer was average. I was not overly impressed, but wouldn't write it off either.

Service: The bartender, although not very busy, was very attentive and friendly. He asked what style of beer a liked, and provided samples.

Selection: They make their own beer. There was only about seven beers on tap all from Brewzzi. The selection ranged from IPA to amber to blonde. The beer itself had decent flavor. I had the IPA and the blonde. I would recommend the IPA. I was not a huge fan of the blonde.

F: I ordered the salmon which was cooked well. The menu has many choices such as pizza, burgers, and pasta.

V: Overall, the price of beers and food was true to what I received.

buffalobeerfan, Jan 31, 2013
Photo of SaCkErZ9
3.68/5  rDev +1.4%

I was staying in town for a night while commuting back and forth to NC. I dropped the car off at the airport, got to the hotel, and took the shuttle to City Place. This place came highly recommended so I wandered here.

The City Place area is very nice. Tons of trendy shops with lots of sunburned vacationers and locals alike. Brewzzi was on the second floor of one of the main buildings. Indoor and outdoor seating available, I chose the outdoor seating overlooking the common area. Nice atmosphere. I was happy watching the shoppers do their thing and taking in the scenery.

The beer selection was rather poor for a brewery. They only had 5 drafts on hand, and the only one that even remotely interested me was an APA: the rest were an amber, a light beer, a dark amber, and a wheat beer. Very original.

The service started out pretty nice but as the place got busy, I saw my beer glass become more empty more often. My go-to meal at any restaurant is the greek salad, and this one was spot on. I love when they actually give you toppings for your salad instead of just lettuce and pieces of accoutrement.

Everyone says this place is pricey, but I had a large salad, and three beers and the tab was only $30 (salad was $10 and the beers were $5.20). Perhaps the happy hour specials kept me in check, but hell, I was there for dinner. I cant say this is the best place I have ever been, but the outdoor seating and the decent beer will bring me back.

SaCkErZ9, Jun 30, 2012
Photo of Yetiman420
3.59/5  rDev -1.1%

The wife and I visited on a Monday night just as the Monday night football game was getting underway. It's in a manufactured lifestyle center with lots of upscale chains. Our intention was for me to have a pint or two and then find a good local place to eat.

The beer list was pretty short - even shorted considering their brewmaster reserve was not available. Nothing hoppy on tap. I settled for an alt beer which the waitress inaccurately described as hoppy.

We sat at the outside where an impressive bar and lots of TV's dominate the space. It was on the second floor overlooking the manufactured town square of the mall.

We decided to eat at Grease Burger Bar a couple of blocks away. It's a great local place - awesome burgers and a solid beer list.

Yetiman420, Sep 25, 2010
Photo of woodychandler
3.94/5  rDev +8.5%

It was visible from the fountain in the center of the City Place complex. As I ascended on the escalator, the copper-jacketed (spit-shined) brewhouse and FVs were visible in the window with an outside bar area including high tables and chairs. Entering, the m.d.s. was right with a cabinet of logo items just behind. Seating was mainly booths. The layout was circular, so that the racetrack-oval shaped, pebbled copper-topped bar was to the left of the doorway. At that point, the brewhouse and FVs were visible behind a big glass wall to the extreme left. Lavs aft on the left side. Kitchen was all of the way aft and ran almost the length of the back wall. Copper-topped exhaust vent! Lots of monitors throughout. A pleasant late-morning/early afternoon hanging out with the brewer Fran and Mike Bitusa, the manager.

Beers: Boca Blonde; Cityfest; Black Duke Dark (Dunkel); Tropical Madness Fruit-Flavored Beer (Peach).
Seasonals: American Amber; Belgian Dark; Belgian Wit; Belgian Dark aged in a port cask; 8 month old Barleywine.

woodychandler, Dec 16, 2009
Photo of greengorilla
3.93/5  rDev +8.3%

I went here while visiting my brother in law and his family is West Palm. The City Place is a pretty awesome area to hang out. I liked the atmosphere at Brewzzi. They had allot of beer selection on the menu, but when I was there, they only had a couple microbrews available. The beer that I had was good and the food was good. We ate outside on the patio, and I would definitely recommend that.

I had an amber lager that I enjoyed. I had the fish and chips to eat. It was good and the coleslaw was excellent.

I would go back.

greengorilla, Sep 11, 2009
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Brewzzi Italian American Bistro & Microbrewery in West Palm Beach, FL
85 out of 100 based on 22 ratings.