Twenty miles north of Boca on the second floor of West Palm Beach’s neuvo City Place emporium lies the second BREWZZI ITALIAN AMERICAN BISTRO, visited January ’08. Beautiful copper bar, open-fire kitchen, and glass-encased brew tanks serve wooden side pews and octagon-shaped open veranda.
Salad, pizza, and burger were enjoyed January ’08 alongside approachable standard fare such as soft French-breaded hop-fizzed straw-grassed grapefruit-tart peach-syrupy Boca Blonde Lager, polite cereal-grained peach-raspberry-strawberry-tinged Bohemian Pilsner, and biscuit-y orange-fig-centered nut-backed medium-bodied City Fest.
These were mere lead-ins for barley-roasted coffee-grounded chocolate-malted fig-dried dunkelweiss-styled Black Duke Dark. Topping that were two boozy concoctions: candy-glazed apple-apricot-pear-fronted guava-mango-backed Double English Pale Ale and syrupy alcohol-warmed cherry-bruised prune-stewed raisin-pureed Brewzzi Reserve Barleywine.