BRICKYARD – OGUNQUIT, MAINE BREWERY & PIZZA
Opened in 2022, the Ogunquit, Maine Brickyard Hollow offers the same quality and customer service you’ve come to expect from Brickyard Hollow’s other locations to one of Maine’s premiere vacation destinations.
THE BEST PIZZA IN OGUNQUIT
Our Ogunquit Brickyard location is a beautiful space for eating and drinking with friends and meeting up within the community! We feature our local craft beer and the best pizza in town!
Located at 335 Main St. in downtown Ogunquit, our Maine craft brews and handcrafted pizza make it the perfect place to stop for a bite to eat and a refreshing local beer.
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Our Ogunquit location is central for coastal delivery in and near Ogunquit. We want to provide a carry-out location for both locals and tourists and a dine-in option for those needing some time to sit and enjoy pizza and a cold beer on tap.
Enjoy $2 off pints at our Ogunquit location on Monday through Friday from 3 to 5 PM, and don’t miss out on our local’s nights for residents of Wells, Ogunquit, & York!
HISTORIC OGUNQUIT, MAINE
Ogunquit, Maine, meaning “a beautiful place by the sea” in the Abenaki language, is a seaside town rich in history and beauty. In 1888, the Ogunquit Artists Colony was founded, attracting artists from all over to the area. This legacy is still evident today with the historic Ogunquit Playhouse, which has gained national and international recognition and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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In 1980, Ogunquit officially incorporated as its own town, separating from Wells. The town has always been a haven for creative professionals, including artists, photographers, and even fishermen and sailors. Perkins Cove, a 3-mile barrier of sand and dunes connected to the mainland by a picturesque drawbridge, became a hub for artists and fishermen to sell their wares. As the town grew in popularity, seaside inns and hotels were built to accommodate the influx of summer visitors.
OGUNQUIT, ME HIGHLIGHTS
One of the town’s most beloved features is the Marginal Way, a 1.25-mile paved walkway donated as a gift by Josiah Chase of York. The walkway offers stunning views of the coast and is a popular spot for photographers and painters. Along the way, you’ll find delightful roses, nature’s beautifully designed trees, and plenty of bayberry bushes to enjoy. Take a leisurely stroll or a brisk jog, and take a break on one of the thirty memorial benches placed along the walkway.
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In addition to its natural beauty and artistic heritage, Ogunquit also boasts public facilities such as the Judson Dunaway Community Center-Town Office, Fire Department, and Library, which form the core of the main village. Perkins Cove, south of the main village on Shore Road, offers a working waterfront, a restaurant, an art museum, and fine cottages. Experience the history and beauty of Ogunquit for yourself and discover why it truly is “a beautiful place by the sea.”