is a Franchise of over 20 restaurants in Florida. As you walk in to the restaurant, there is ample seating both indoors
and outside on their patio.
They offer a wide selection of both bottled and draft beer from their Menu,
and they also brew their own beer.
Having recently got a gig with a Local Media outlet, I thought I would check out the monthly meeting of the Naples Press Club (NPC) held at a Brass Tap location here on the Ides of March. What better place to commemorate the assassination of Julius Caesar than the Brass Tap?
After a very friendly and engaging social hour with NPC,
we decided to order some food from their Menu.
fish and chips,
pizza flat bread,
a house salad with Iceberg and Romaine lettuce, smoked Gouda, onions, dried cranberries, Italian dressing and chicken,
and pulled pork tacos.
I cannot speak for the other menu items, but the tacos were average at best. I have the sense that food is not why people come to the Brass Tap, but more for their beer selection. I am not much of a beer drinker, but came here for the NPC meeting. In that regard I found their members friendly and engaging, and I would come back to another NPC meeting. All in all, a very good day out on the Ides of March. Et tu, Brew te?
That's that for another post on Forks.
The Brass Tap
895 Wiggins Pass Rd.
Naples, FL 34110