Brass-erie - casual dining with generous portion sizes
Buzzy Brown’s Brasserie, in Sudbury, Ontario, located via Highway 69 along Regent St. has been serving up a family dining experience in a relaxed, friendly environment for over 15 years.
Owners, Jack Brown and Mike Clement continue to deliver a customer-focused restaurant to its clientele. Brown has more than 25 years experience in the hospitality industry and Clement first started out as a dishwasher before climbing into the co-owner seat. Together they’ve created an atmosphere that can be described as smart casual with flair – a Cheers-type bar.
The staff at Buzzy’s is described as what they are most proud of. Since most of the staff has been employed on average of eight years, it’s easy to see why Buzzy’s is still buzzing. “I tell my staff that they have to have fun when they’re at work,“ explains Clement.
In the summer months, the full-service patio is open to enjoy a cold beverage and hot meal or in the dining room that comfortably seats over 100 patrons. With seven plasma flat-screens, there’s no excuse to miss your favorite sporting event.
Buzzy Brown’s welcomes you for lunch and dinner seven days a week. The diverse menu includes over 150 items on the menu and while maintaining its wholesome hearty taste, you’re sure to be back for more!
Definition of Brasserie:
Bras•se•rie (bràs’ e-rê, bras-rê) noun
An establishment that serves generous portions of food and beverages in a casual relaxed atmosphere. (French, from brasser, to malt, brew, from old French bracier, from Latin braciâre, of Celtic origin.)