Bri - Closed

2221 N. Seventh St.
Phoenix, AZ 85006
602-595-8635
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Lauren Cusimano

Moving through the historic and altogether adorable Coronado District, Seventh Street, just north of downtown, is a regular restaurant row thanks to spots like Green, The Coronado, and the Main Ingredient. But Bri has something extra-special (and you can’t miss that seemingly hand-drawn sign). Bri is the phonetic spelling of its namesake, the braai, a south African-style grill at which the food here is prepared. Opened in spring 2018, the small house restaurant offers a few table-and-chair sets, a patio, and a bar serving up simply beautiful cocktails like the Bri Paloma, the Disco Lemonade, That Thing You Do, and many others you’ll want to try. These are best paired with bar-style snacks like the honey butter-drizzled potato chips. Chef Vince Mellody plates menu items like the pork spareribs, the duck leg, and the wood-roasted veggie plate. Specials also grace the up-to-date Instagram postings, including the crispy, fatty masala with Nelson’s Meat + Fish swordfish.

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