FORT WORTH,TX – April 10, 2014 – Vestar and West 7th are proud to announce that Brewsters Burger Bar has opened their 2,969-sqare-foot location on Crockett Street across the street from LA Fitness. Brewsters is a unique draft house and burger bar specializing in quick, affordable lunches for busy professionals, while also serving as a leisurely dinner spot and late-night gathering place for residents and visitors to Fort Worth’s arts district. Brewsters features an exciting happy hour and a full bar offering as many as 60 craft beers on tap. Designed by The Duncan Design Group of Dallas, Brewsters has a classic pub atmosphere with wood, leather and brick. The setting is inviting, modern and comfortable.
Brewsters is operated by Steve Brown of the BPSB Corporation. Brown brings more than 35 years of restaurant expertise to this venture. He also opened Esparza’s Restaurante Mexicano in historic downtown Grapevine in 1985 and Guero’s Mexican Grill in Valley Ranch in 1997.
Brewsters is now open for continuous service from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m., seven days a week. Happy hour is a full work-day long, starting at 11a.m. and running until 7 p.m. Monday through Friday. Among their many eclectic burger options, you will want to try The Mediterranean” – a burger topped with Tzatziki sauce, feta cheese, and red onion, with spring mix tossed in lime vinaigrette, served on a Kaiser bun. For the more health conscious customers, they can go “bun-less” with a Burger Bowl or their creative veggie burger made with a patty of Inca red quinoa and cannellini beans, topped with fresh-cut potato chips, chipotle aioli, and caramelized onions reduced in Shiner Bock. It’s all topped with a golden fried egg and served on a fresh Kaiser bun.
Of special mention is “The World’s Greatest Root Beer Float” – two generous scoops of Blue Bell Ice Cream floated with Abita Craft Root Beer.
West 7th is a strategic blend of pedestrian-friendly urban elements positioned in a mixed- use community offering retail, entertainment, office and residential. The 13-acre development is located on Seventh Street and University Drive near the Fort Worth business and cultural districts. To learn more about the West 7th development, please visit www.West-7th.com.