Following a three-year renovation of an 1800s Hopewell farmhouse, the Brick Farm Tavern opened its doors on last November. Since that time patrons have enjoyed the elegant rustic interior, robust beverage program, and contemporary farm-to-table fare that has already earned Chef Greg Vassos a four-star review.
This spring look for the Brick Farm Tavern to offer a number of different ways for guests enjoy the space and cuisine: special events, Easter brunch, and private dining options just in time for the graduation season!
On Sunday, March 20, the Tavern has a special menu for Sunday Supper, with delicious food served family-style at the table. It is a more relaxed vibe than the regular weekly dinner service and a great way to connect and share a meal at the end of the weekend.
For Easter on Sunday, March 27, the Tavern is offering brunch from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Chef Vassos will prepare a traditional feast using the best ingredients from Double Brook Farm and other area farm partners. Join us for what will be a memorable and delicious holiday dining event.
Reservations for both the March 20 Sunday Supper and the Easter brunch can be made by calling 609-333-9200 or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Brick Farm Tavern now also offers three unique spaces for private dining: the Library, the Wine Room, and the Chef’s Table.
The Library seats up to 35 guests for any occasion. Overlooking the grounds and pastures of Double Brook Farm, the Library is the perfect setting to host a graduation dinner, birthday party, or business gathering. With Pennsylvania Impressionist artwork adorning the walls and original wood wainscoting framing the tables, guests will feel like they stepped into another era. A perfectly tailored menu and impeccable service will complete the experience.
The Wine Room seats up to 14 guests and can also be used for cocktails and passed canapes for up to 25. A special occasion dinner will be long remembered in this inviting space with exposed beams and original stonework. Originally the root cellar of the farmhouse, the reimagined interior of the Wine Room has a cozy, intimate feel.
Finally, the Chef’s Table is a way for 6 to 10 guests to experience the kitchen like never before. With its elevated reclaimed-wood table made by local craftsman, diners will have an excellent view of the kitchen as the evening’s meals are prepared. A dedicated server will be on hand and Chef Vassos will break from his work in the kitchen to introduce the dishes.
For more information on private dining please call Mike Lykens at 609-333-9200 or e-mail mlykens@brickfarmgroup. com. For our brochure, please go to the website under ‘Events.’
Brick Farm Tavern is eagerly anticipating the spring bounty from the farm and fields and looks forward to welcoming guests to experience the ingredient-driven cuisine in the dining room, bar and private dining spaces.
For more information about the Brick Farm Tavern, visit the site at www.brickfarmtavern.com.
Brick Farm Tavern, 130 Hopewell Rocky Hill Road, Hopewell. www.brickfarmtavern.com. 609-333-9200. Hours: Bar: Tuesday to Sunday 5 to 11 p.m.; Restaurant: Tuesday to Sunday 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.; Monday Closed.