Generous serving of meat on our delicious French dip sandwiches. Mexican soup (psole) as well as soup of day offered as alternative to potatoe chips. Courteous, prompt, attentive service for our lunchtime meal.
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Having enjoyed TV series "Northern Exposure" years back just had to see Roslyn. Neat little town and "The Brick" regularly referenced in TV show. Would have been fun to eat in bar, but full on a Monday. Lower level seating abit quieter which was nice....More
This is a throw back in time. Urine trough at base of bar from old mining days. Live music on the weekends. Standing room only at times.
This was our 2nd time at The Brick as we stayed at the nearby Suncadia Resort (about 5-10 minute drive). We were a large group and The Brick has a nice big area to accommodate families with minor age kids as well as a bar...More
It was not 2017 but Dec 2014 Having been prompted by trip advisor to write a review and pressing the wrong button Roslyn Washington popped up Our Cherry client had organised a group meeting in the mountains and a visit to The Brick It was...More
Drove 1.5 hours East of Seattle to have lunch with a friend at The Brick. The drive was well worth it. The Brick is the oldest operating saloon (bar) in the State of Washington. The bricks used in the building was kilned in Roslyn. Walking...More
Cannot say enough about the Brick. Classic bar. Pool tables, long board (shuffleboard), good tunes, televisions for the games, and an assortment of locals and tourists. Don't bring your high heels in here folks. Real people - real fun! ...and a trough for spittin'.
Good food, plenty of choice from the large menu , good service and a pleasant atmosphere. A bit like an old Western salon bar !
The Brick Soloon has been in business since the late 1860. Fun place with shuffle board and pool tables. It also serves good food.