Pembroke Pines

Bru’s Room Pembroke Pines is the newest addition to the Bru’s family and now our guests in South Broward County can taste Bru’s award winning chicken wings, experience the nightly activities, and see why we were named the Best Sports Bar in South Florida! This new location has over 65 TVs so you won’t miss a minute of your favorite game. The outdoor bar is massive and reminds us of how nice it is to sit outside and enjoy the Florida weather year round.

Hours of Operation:
Monday – Saturday: 11:30am – 2am
Sunday: 12pm – 2am

Address:
10060 Pines Blvd.
Pembroke Pines, FL 33024
(954) 239-4550

 

 

 

Best Chicken Wings in South Florida

There’s something about buffalo wings that sparks a debate. Thanks to Channel 4 and CBSMiami.com for naming Bru’s Room one of the best!

Most chicken wings are fried. At Bru’s, they grill the wings, and that provides a unique taste. Hot and tasty with your favorite sauce, you also get the charcoal goodness from the grill. If you’re looking for something a bit beyond the traditional Buffalo wings, this may be it.

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Stuart

Bru’s Room Sports Grill in Stuart is now open!

Bru’s Room is the perfect place for the whole family. Bring the kids on Tuesdays, when kids 12 and under eat free from 5-9pm and they will enjoy playing in the big game room. Enjoy the climate controlled outdoor dining in the beautiful tropical “beer garden” with flowing water fall and tiki torches. Want to watch your favorite team? There is a TV every where you look! Our friends in Martin County will soon learn why “Great Taste is Just the Beginning”!

Best of South Florida: Best Sports Bar

Bob Brudzinski did pretty well as a Miami Dolphin football player, so he’s allowed to use a sports analogy.

“You know, business is just like football,” said Brudzinski, who played in the 1983 and 1985 Super Bowls. “The owners hire the coaches and they coach the players — our servers and kitchen staff — and what they do determines whether or not you’re a winner.”

According to an online poll of readers, Brudzinski’s sports bars also belong in the Super Bowl. The Bru’s Room chain of eight South Florida locations was voted No. 1 in the Sun Sentinel’s monthly “Best Of” series.

Brudzinski played linebacker for the Dolphins from 1981 until 1989, when he retired and opened his first sports bar in Margate, partnering with former Buffalo resident Eddie Hauck, who had been running a Wings ‘N’ Things restaurant in Broward County.

“He brought wings, and that’s our signature product,” Brudzinski said.

From there, the chain — and the menu — expanded. Now there are pastas, soups, mini-burger sliders and a variety of salads.

“We try to also cater to the kids and to those who care about their health as well,” Brudzinski said. “Actually, we just try to cater to everybody.”

While some former athletes merely lend their name to their restaurants, Brudzinski said he works seven days a week. By 9 a.m. weekdays he’s in the chain’s home office in Coconut Creek, checking the receipts from the night before.

“We’re very hands-on,” he said. “We look at what happened the day before, the week before and try to improve every day. And we’re always trying to tweak the menu.”

Recent additions include flatbread items, deep-fried pickles and even Gluten-free foods.

“The food is good, the service is good and the games are always on,” said Shana Klump, motioning to the spread of TVs that circle the restaurant. “Why wouldn’t I come here?”

Hockey fan Brandon Macknofsky, 18, of Coral Springs, gulping down “Buffalo chips” (potato-chip cut fries) has a more specific reason for coming.

“Not every sports bar has enough TVs to even include the hockey games,” he said. “If I come in here, I know the game will be on.”

There’s also a certain home team feel to some of the bars. The Coral Springs and Boynton Beach locations draw Ohio State fans. (Brudzinski graduated from there.) Pompano Beach and Royal Palm locations are official home to the University of Florida Gator Clubs, so UF fans congregate there on game days.

Two more stores are coming, one in Pembroke Pines and one in Stuart, Brudzinski said.

His favorite time?

“Football Saturdays and Sundays,” he said. “That’s when you see all the crazy fans having fun.”

Bru’s features burgers, fries and lots of TVs

Bru’s Room features burgers, fries, flatbreads and lots of TVs
Bru’s Room
By LAURA SIMON-GAUCK
pbpulse

Bru’s Room Sports Grill

1333 N. Congress Ave., Boynton Beach, (561) 739-9332

Hours: Sun. noon-2 a.m.; M-Sat. 11 a.m.-2 a.m.

Note: Post writers will anonymously visit a restaurant in your neighborhood each week in search of the best menu item. They’ll tell you about that item and why they liked it in this spot each week.

MENU

Bru’s Room has every base covered for American sports grill and bar cuisine, and then some. Like deep-fried pickles? Chicken pot pie? Bru’s has them. There’s also Angus burgers, sandwiches, salads, wings, flatbreads, steak, seafood pasta. There’s half potato-grilled, sweet potato fries, mashed potatoes, Tabasco fried onions — like I said, all bases are covered.

ATMOSPHERE

Big and open, woodsy and sports-oriented. Indoor and outdoor dining. And of course, TVs everywhere.

OUR FAVORITE FOOD/PRICE

We had two burgers with fries ($8.95) with choices of bread or bun and cheeses, (one order of fries was smothered in gravy); fried raviolis ($6.95); a bruschetta chicken flatbread ($8.25); and Bru’s buffalo chips ($3.95). All the food was really good — but those buffalo chips were awesome. They are homemade potato chips with a bit of buffalo seasoning. These chips alone are worth the trip.

REASON TO GO

Fun food, fun atmosphere — an all-around good time.

SERVICE

Heather was top-notch. Everyone who works at Bru’s seems to enjoy it — from the hostess to the food runner.

NOISE LEVEL

It’s loud and boisterous. It is a sports grill and bar — lots of families with small kids and big kids alike.

KID FRIENDLY

Yes, there’s even a few games for the kids to play.

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Bru’s Room features burgers, fries, flatbreads and lots of TVs
– pbpulse – LAURA SIMON-GAUCK

Bru’s Room sports grill/bar on Congress Avenue in Boynton Beach features homemade potato chips with a bit of buffalo seasoning. These chips alone are worth the trip.

Best Sports Grill in South Florida

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It sounds like somewhere you would head after playing in the game, but Bru’s Room is a South Florida original that offers good food, great games, and an affordable atmosphere for all sports fans. A big plus for parents: kids (under 12) eat free on Tuesday’s with a paying adult. Check out the huge salads and the award-winning wings when you hit up Bru’s.

Bru's named one of 15 Best MMA Bars in US

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Thanks to readers nominations, we’ve selected the 15 best spots in North America to watch MMA events with a drink in your hand. All of Bob Brudzinski’s sports-bar chains are perfect for taking in a game and downing a few draft beers.   If you’re an MMA fan, your best bet is the Bru’s in Coconut Creek – spitting distance from American Top Team headquarters – where it’s not uncommon to see ATT fighters like Thiago Alves and Ben Saunders rubbing elbows with the patrons. Three separate bar areas (including one in a pimp-ass outdoor deck) ensure that you’ll never wait long for a drink, while the rows of plasma flat-screens and two projection screens provide views of the action from wherever you’re sitting/standing. Plus, there’s no cover and free valet parking. Finally, a bar where you can yell “AY-CHEE-CHEE!” without looking like a complete D-bag!

Our readers say: “The women…whoaaaa Lordy, the women. Hot bartenders, chicks in my age range (I’m 26), and dude if you’re into Cougars, you’re set. (If you’re a gold-digger this place is prime for you too, ladies.)” – My Fight Wiffa Cheeto