With six food vendors, more than 30 beers on tap, multiple bars, live music, and plentiful seating, it is a family-friendly hub.
A trip to PublicHouse may feel a bit like church with its stunning stained-glass windows and its high ceiling of original wooden beams. But here they praise food, beer, and good conversation.
With six food vendors, more than 30 beers on tap, multiple bars, live music, and plentiful seating, PublicHouse co-owner Colby Phillips loves the ambience they’ve built since opening in May 2018.
When the pandemic ends or dies down, PublicHouse will retain some of the safety measures they’ve adopted. It will continue to have tables spaced farther apart, and its new covered outdoor seating area and air filtration system will remain.
To learn more about PublicHouse, visit publichousehub.com.