Whether its drinks on our covered, heated patio or a full lunch or dinner in one of our two dining areas, we’ve got you covered. Seating Friday 11:30am- 10:00pm, Saturday 11am -10pm, Sunday 11am-9pm. We are serving drinks and chowder on our Patio til 11pm Friday and Saturday.
You did the cooking for Thanksgiving, now let us do the cooking for you this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Seating til 9pm …
Every Monday night $14 gets you a Chicken or Beef or a Combo Fajita filled skillet. Served with flour Tortillas, Mexican rice and beans, Salsa Fresca, shredded cheddar, lettuce and sour cream.
The Brotherhood proudly boasts one of the most diverse Beer Selections on Island. In addition to Island brewed Cisco beers, we have rotating seasonal (sometimes weekly) selections such as Vermont’s Lawson’s Finest Liquids “Sip of Sunshine” , California’s Lagunitas Brewing Company’s “Born Yesterday” or Washington’s Elysian Brewing Company’s “Space Dust” We always have something fun and tasty to try!
Chef Shaun Reily cooks up some delicious Southern Barbeque with all the Fixins. $15 for a 1/2 BBQ Chicken, Baked beans, coleslaw, Potato salad, and homemade cornbread. $16 for a 1/2 a Rack of ribs. $23 for the combo Platter. Make sure you bring your appetite !
Starting Friday October 6th, and running until we close for Maintenance in February, The Brotherhood offers a Friday night special of a 1/2 a Fried chicken, a homemade biscuit and gravy, mashed potatoes and seasonal vegys for the low, low price of $15
Hundreds of decorated seven-foot Christmas trees line downtown streets, and are illuminated in a ceremony with caroling at dusk the day after Thanksgiving. Every year a local artist or decorator is chosen to adorn the huge 20-foot tree at the top of Main Street, a tree that “magically” talks to all who visit it during Christmas Stroll Saturday. Also on Stroll Saturday, carolers in costume sing familiar holiday tunes at various downtown locations. A variety of live entertainment is offered in the middle of Continue reading →
Name: Halloween Day Parade Date: October 31, 2017 Time: 4:30 PM – 8:00 PM EDT Event Description: Happy Halloween! Get the family together to win best group dressed or just stroll Main Street with the ghosts and ghouls. The road will closed to motor vehicles and the shops will open their doors offering candy.