Brickstreet 200 was feted with a Ribbon Cutting ceremony on Wednesday, March 1, hosted by the Panhandle Chamber of Commerce. Many local residents along with Chamber members and City officials were on hand to welcome the new business.
Chamber Marketing Director Jessi Norvell welcomed guests and Board Member Luke Durst led the Invocation. Board Member Maria Brinkley introduced the new owners, who are home-grown Panhandle brothers, Jay and Harley Hedrick. Mayor Doyle Robinson thanked the Hedricks for locating their business here in Panhandle and reviving downtown. All attendees were invited to a reception and tour the new facility.
Brickstreet 200 is a family-friendly establishment with a menu advertised as “Fresh Americana – Southern Comfort Food – Food with a Classic Twist” which includes appetizers, burgers, steaks, chicken, seafood and a salad bar. The eatery also offers an option of beer and/or wine. The bar and patio are adult only areas and anyone entering the area must be 21 years or older after 5 p.m.
Kitchen hours are Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 to 9 p.m.; Saturday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Happy hours are set from 2 to 6 p.m., Monday thru Saturday.
Carry out may be ordered by calling (806) 537-3101 and ordering online at www.brickstreet200.com is coming soon! Andy Chase will be on hand every Wednesday night for your entertainment pleasure.
General Manager is Derik Arellano and the chef is Brandon Mooney. The bar is manned by Jill Pohlmeier, Pamela Hammer, Ashley Gilbert and team.
Brickstreet 200 is located in historic down-town Panhandle at 200 Main Street. Like them at www.facebook.com/brickstreet200.
Come dine and enjoy the friendly, hometown hospitality and atmosphere.