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Established on April 15, 1998 by the Fegley Family, the Bethlehem Brew Works successfully captured the essence of Bethlehem’s steel industry in a 250 seat brewpub. Accompanying the handcrafted beers brewed right in the restaurant is a full bar specializing in single malt scotches, small batch bourbons, and specialty martinis.
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Happened to be back at the Brew Works with friends recently for a night out after a long absence. Food is still top notch and atmosphere fun and relaxing. I especially enjoyed the flatbread with Buffalo chicken.
Let me start by saying, the food is excellent! You have to try the hot wings. Service was great and the food came out very quick, even though it was on the crowded side. But we were seated right away. I would definitely recommend this...More
We have never been to this area before and I looked online for a restaurant for dinner. The menu looked like there would be a lot of different options so we decided to give it a try. The restaurant was easy to find and we...More
Great location n local hot spot for the non traditional beers. Food is above par but a good spot with a group
Like the atmosphere n decor with a local flavor
For us, great in a pinch, but sorry the regular beers are our favorite
Went for supper and a drink. Both were excellent. Staff was friendly. We got immediate seating on a Saturday evening. Only down side was that we had driven into town and it was hard to find close parking.
I have eaten at the Brew Works many times as my former employer was located about 2 blocks away but I never reviewed it before. It was busy as usual when we were there. I chose a featured entrée instead of a regular menu item....More
This is a favorite meeting spot for old friends, with good food, attentive servers, on a busy street corner with lots of opportunities for people-watching. It gets busy during Musikfest and the holidays, but so does everywhere in Bethlehem.
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Despite the previous answer that there is no outside seating, there is. We sat outside and enjoyed a delicious meal on a beautiful spring day. I do agree with the previous reviewer that reservations probably are not... More
Despite the previous answer that there is no outside seating, there is. We sat outside and enjoyed a delicious meal on a beautiful spring day. I do agree with the previous reviewer that reservations probably are not necessary on a weekday evening.