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 25 years.

Jack “Buzzy” Brown first opened Buzzy’s in 1997 after owning Casey’s previously at the same location. Current owner Mike Clement has a long history in restaurants having started as a dishwasher at the Kingsway Casey’s location. He was hired by Jack in 1993 and they later became business partners.

 Buzzy Brown’s prides itself on excellent service and great food, and the next generation will continue this tradition. General Manager Rick Maloney, like Mike, started as a dishwasher at Buzzy’s in 2003 and brings his expertise into a partnership with Trevor Mayer and Mike Clement. Trevor has many years working in the service industry starting as a server, moving up to Manager and now business partner.

 Buzzy Brown’s is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner. We host large groups in our cocktail area or dining room, and we’re a favorite for office lunches, teams and of course, families and friends. Join us for happy hour, a great meal from our large menu, patio season from May to October, or to watch the game on one of our 13 flat-screens.

Come in and find out what the buzz is all about!

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.)