In the fight with the antimicrobial resistance, our continuous effort to find quinone analogs with higher inhibitory activity has previously led us to the promising Plastoquinone analogs. The 1,4-quinone moiety substituted with alkoxy substituent(s) plays an important role in the field of antimicrobial and anticancer drug discovery and development. Thus, an extensive series of 1,4-quinones, substituted in different positions with a variety of alkoxy substituents, has been designed, synthesized, and evaluated for their antimicrobial activity. Here, we describe the synthesis of brominated Plastoquinone analogs (BrPQ1-15) based on the dimethyl-1,4-quinone scaffold by employing two different paths. We also present here the in vitro antimicrobial activity of these analogs (BrPQ115) against a panel of pathogenic organisms. These studies resulted in several new selective antibacterial inhibitors and gave valuable insights into the structure-activity relationships. Among all the analogs studied, two analogs BrPQ1 with a methoxy substituent and BrPQ14 with a cyclic dioxy stand out as the most promising antibacterial molecules against Staphylococcus aureus and Staphylococcus epidermidis. Afterwards, two analogs were selected for a further investigation for biofilm evaluation. Finally, molecular docking studies for BrPQ1 and BrPQ14 with probable target S. aureus PNPase (5XEX) and predictive ADMET studies were also carried out.