Came for a midweek lunch with a friend while visiting town. Haven't lived in the area for a long time and didn't realize that parking around here was so scarce and expensive - ended up paying $10 in a nearby surface lot - seemed extremely high for midweek. The Brick Store is in a quaint old building - it's pretty small. The beer selection is extensive - a small binder with pages and pages of choices (similar to a wine menu in a high end restaurant). Hubby thought it was the biggest beer menu he had ever seen (and he seeks out beer places). Food menu is limited - no kids' menu or offer of kid food. Luckily mine were ok with a hamburger and turkey sandwich. Food was fresh and tasty, though prices seemed a bit high for what we got (hamburger $13, and it wasn't super big). The brunswick stew was good but very barbecue-sauce tasting, not my favorite. Worth a visit if you are a big beer nut/snob, but may be a pass if you're not.
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