Savor Delicious Cuisine at Our Signature Georgetown, Texas Restaurant
Brix And Ale
Breakfast: 6:30 am – 11:00 am, Daily
Lunch: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, Daily
Bar Menu: 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm, Daily
Dinner: 5:00 pm – 10 pm, Daily
Sunday Brunch: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Sunday A La Carte Menu: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Treat yourself to the tempting offerings at Brix and Ale, the exciting new restaurant at Sheraton Austin Georgetown Hotel & Conference Center. Part wine bar, part local pub, Brix and Ale offers innovative twists on classic comfort food in a modern and relaxing atmosphere, overlooking Rivery Park. Pair your meal with our unique craft cocktails and beer, or choice from the comprehensive wine menu.
Join us on Sundays for a Brunch Buffet, starting at $25 per adult, $12.50 for children ages 6-12, children 5 and under are complimentary.
Brix Pix: $10 Lunch Specials
Enjoy a quick yet always delicious lunch at Brix and Ale in North Austin. Choose one entree and a cup of chicken tortilla soup or salad for just $10. See the menu below.
Valentine's Day Dinner
$75 inclusive | Add wine pairings for $49
Show your love by treating your sweetheart to a 3-course dinner at Brix And Ale featuring choices such as blue cheese crusted filet of beef and dark chocolate & whiskey pot de crème. Enjoy live music by jazz saxophonist Rodney Howell.
Call 737-444-2750 for reservations.
Circle Brewing Co. Beer Pairing Dinner
Explore expertly paired culinary creations from Executive Chef Patrick Taylor with Circle Brewing beers from Austin. The pairing dinner will feature five courses perfectly paired with a variety of Circle Brewing beers. Tickets for the beer pairing dinner are $85 per person including tax and gratuity and seating will be limited. Event time is 6pm – 8pm.
Tuesday – Friday: 5:00 pm – 12:00 am
Saturday: 5:00 pm – 1:00 am
Tuesday-Saturday: 5:00 pm -7:00 pm - Social Hour
Sip perfectly paired craft brews and appetizers as you relax in our lobby bar. Join us for Social Hour Tuesday through Saturday to enjoy $4 draft beers and select wines by the glass and $1 off cocktails and PAIRED small plates. Located on the lobby level of our North Austin, Texas hotel.
Food and Drink: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Enjoy poolside vibes, sips and bites daily with our Brix And Ale Pool Menu. Select from freshly made salads, delicious tacos, delectable flatbreads and a list of cocktails and wines... all while soaking up the sun.
Georgetown, Texas Culinary Scene
Stop in for world famous bread pudding at Eats on 8th in downtown Georgetown, or peruse Main Street and stop in at candy stores, cafes and more. Main Street in Georgetown is often called “the most beautiful downtown square in Texas.”
Meet Chef Patrick Taylor
Chef Taylor puts his signature spin on the breakfast, lunch and dinner menus at our new Georgetown restaurant Brix And Ale, which features a modern interpretation of classic American fare paired with a robust selection of wine and beer.
Bringing 15 years of culinary and hotel experience to Brix And Ale, Chef Taylor was most recently the Executive Chef of The Westin Austin at the Domain's Urban - An American Grill, where he focused on locally-sourced ingredients and sustainable practices, working directly with local farms. Before that, he was the Executive Chef at the Milwaukee Marriott Downtown's Millioke, which was awarded Marriott's prestigious "Hotel Opening of the Year" under his leadership. Prior to Millioke, Chef Taylor held various positions including a stint as sous chef at The Westin Austin at the Domain, executive chef at The Westin Houston Memorial City, regional executive chef at Cru A Food and Wine Bar overseeing three restaurants, and banquet chef at the Adolphus in Dallas, Texas. Chef Taylor hails from Texas and attended Le Cordon Blue in Minnesota.
"I am so excited to work with the culinary team at Brix And Ale and look forward to creating seasonal dishes that complement the vast selection of wines and beers we have available," says Chef Taylor. "My goal is to focus on quality cuisine using only fresh ingredients while continuing to cultivate relationships with the local farmers of Central Texas."
-- Chef Taylor