Revolution Gastropub offers great food, craft beers and rustic vibe
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Revolution Gastropub - Launching New Menus for Lunch, Dinner and Brunch

MORRISTOWN, N.J. - CuisineWire -- Among the number of eateries and bars dotted along South Street in Morristown, you'll find Revolution Gastropub. While there are many places to choose from in the area, you may want to give this one a second thought.

The building itself dates back to the early days of Morristown, illustrating exposed raw brick, tin ceilings and terrazzo flooring. "We preserved much of the building's original attributes to give it character, and it suits perfectly for the social nature of Revolution," said Darrell Remlinger, manager of Revolution. The gastropub's rustic vibe lends itself to casual outings, and large tables welcoming bigger groups.

Revolution encapsulates an Americanized version the popular biergarten, as the growing desire for craft beer and pub food took permanent stake in society. Previously acclaimed as a brew house, having won numerous recognitions for its specialty beer portfolio, Revolution evolved over the last six years and developed a curated food menu to complement all of its specialty IPAs. Today, they have over 60 craft and specialty beers offered daily along with the menus.

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"Brunch is a newly added feature," Remlinger said. "With the expanding demand for this weekend eating occasion, we knew it would be a good fit for our crowd." Brunch is available on Sundays from noon to 4 p.m. — but you can still order off the main menu if you're really hankering for a BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich.

"In an effort to give new dynamics to the venue, brunch was the perfect way to provide more enticing reasons for customers to stop in."

And it doesn't stop there. Revolution also revamped its late-night menu, which offers a modified version of the main menu with a few favorite staples such as pizza, wings and empanadas Thursday through Saturday from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Remlinger noted that these days, restaurants are finding difficulties keeping staff on long hours, so it's not surprising to see many places scale back where they can.

"Despite this, we wanted to provide a late-night option to the person who's spending a Friday night on the town with friends. They might want to have a few drinks and grab a bite to eat in the eleventh hour."

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Morristown's late-night scene has frequently been recognized as a miniature "Hoboken West", given its adjacency to the heavily populated square-mile city. With the number of restaurants and bars in Morristown in such a small radius, it's become very much part of the town's identity.

Every Wednesday is Acoustic Night, where you'll find a local solo artist filling the space with guitar strums and melodies from 8 to 11 p.m., further establishing Revolution as a great place to gather with co-workers, friends, family and enjoy great food, drinks, and some fun.

Revolution prides itself on being multifaceted when it comes to its menu and the customer experience. "Our staff is dedicated to making sure that four key areas (food, beverage, venue and service) are always at the highest possible level."

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