Walking in you have your choice of eating upstairs or on the main floor. You can also choose to order from one of their three bars.
One of the downstairs bars.
The upstairs bar is beautiful. Lots of ornate wood. I didn't get a photo of the third bar.
Being that it is an Irish Pub you can choose from an extensive list of Irish Whiskeys. (This is only a partial list.) You can also choose to have a cocktail, wine, beer or other spirits.
The food here is a combo of Irish entrees and American food. We came for lunch. My husband tried the Guiness Stew and said it was delicious!! The sirloin chunks were tender and the sauce was very tasty. I ordered a Rachel sandwich and the soup of the day. Both were so, so good! Both of our meals were $10 each. I think dinner prices are slightly higher. Lots of interesting appetizers, entrees and dessert.
The Pub has specials throughout the week and Happy Hour twice a day and on Sunday!
On the second floor are two banquet rooms. One is a more intimate setting and the other for a larger crowd.
We haven't had too many days yet where it has been warm enough to eat outside but once the temps raise you can grab a table outside at the Brick House.