Opening its doors in July of 2015, Blind Owl occupies space that was once Entenmann’s Bakery Outlet. At the south end of a renovated strip mall by the intersection of 62nd Street and Binford Boulevard, the brewery is conveniently located with plenty of free parking. Billing itself as a brewery, Blind Owl Brewery’s front of the house is an expansive, up-scale restaurant and bar. This area is complimented by the adjoining patio beyond which are two bocce ball courts and a large area of lawn dedicated to corn hole. On the other side of the restaurant is space for private events that can accommodate up to 100 guests but can also be split for smaller groups. Maria Titone is the Banquet & Events Manager. You can contact her at the restaurant. Private Parties
The full service bar and impressive menu make Blind Owl a very nice choice for lunch, dinner, watching sports on the many big screen TV’s, drinks after work, or a night cap. The bar, naturally, is anchored by the excellent brews of craft brewer, Alex Petersen. Of course, as a full bar, there are numerous guest taps (beer brewed by other craft brewers), commercial beers, liquor, and wine. The already extensive established menu will soon be enhanced by the culinary talents of chef, Ian Rossman who recently joined the Blind Owl team. Look for more reliance on locally sourced ingredients as Rossman draws on his farm to table background. Menu Beer List
General Manager, Brandi Ingals describes the “Owl,” as it is affectionately, known by many of the staff, as a “destination” venue. Groups often spend hours at a time enjoying the facility. Every Wednesday is trivia night while, on Saturday nights, they feature live music. During the season, NFL Sunday Ticket is aired on the big screen TV’s. Come for the beer. Stay for the comfortable atmosphere.
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