ROSLYN, Wash. — Walk in this legendary bar is like visiting the past, from a 100-year-old bar showcasing the original 23’ running water spittoon, to an ancient basement with an entrance to a prohibition tunnel use in the old days to distribute illegal booze.
Pools tables, an old shuffleboard table, and even a jail cell from the film “The Runner Stumbles” starring Dick Van Dyke are part of the attractions.
The Brick is also a hub for music, every Friday and Saturday night the bar is booked with a band.
Happy hour is from 3 pm to 6 pm Mondays to Fridays. Draft beers are dollars off, well drinks are $3.50, Rainier and Pabst Blue Ribbon tallboys will cost you $2.25.
One popular drink is the Huckleberry Lemon Drop, made of 44 North Huckleberry Vodka, Cointreau, and fresh sweet & sour.
“Fun place to come and hang out, people just come for a good time,” said Alex Patraw.
“We’ve been coming here for over 25 years if you looking for something better good luck,” said Garry.
The Brick Saloon | 100 West Pennsylvania Avenue Roslyn, WA 98941 | (509) 649-2643