The Envi Ultra Lounge, 316 Main St., will re-open as a sports and gaming lounge March 14 as The Brickhouse. But it will have the same owners, said Doug Nicholson, owner of the Nicholsworth Group.

“Although Envi is a sustainable business, I saw a larger opportunity to reformat to a more casual setting with moderately priced items, which is more inline with what the market will bear in Racine,” Nicholson said.

The multi-level building will feature 16 flat screen TVs, darts, pool tables, a super shuffle board, and a foosball table. They will also offer vintage and console video games. Patrons will also still be able to dance the weekend away with a DJ after 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday nights.

“The Brickhouse will have a casual feel on the first two levels with moderately priced beverage offerings,” according to a press release.

The food menu will also feature Carriage House Pizzas and “Brickhouse Beef” sandwiches that will be available until 1 a.m.

The third floor will “offer patrons an upscale parlor vibe with distinctive drink menus that will feature popular cocktails with classic martinis and premium liquors,” Nicholson said.

The Brickhouse hours of operation will be 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and 11 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

A grand opening will be announced at a later date.

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