They really let this place go. Once upon a time Bricks was the place for music, now it is a dive and a hole. The food is still good, but since the rest of it is so run down I wouldn't trust the kitchen was kept up any better.
I love the diversity of what you can get at the House of Bricks. I've been to Say What Poetry and have seen The Plain White Ts, The Melvins, Dirty LIttle Rabbits & Hank Williams III there and am looking forward to seeing Duke Tumatoe on the 30th! Best layout and sound in town out of the smaller live music places.
This used to be a great venue about 2 or 3 years ago but now its really just gone to drunks & grunge/dirty bands that no one wants to see. I would like to see them bring back better names.
Bar is laid out nicely, but if you go to hear a rockin' band, the acoustics are not very good. We went to hear Cold Filtered - one of our favorite bands and our ears were ringing for 4 days following the night they played.
House of Bricks is the home of Say What! Poetry, a truly diverse open mic experience, hosted by Lenny Twin and DJ Tilvis Durden, featuring poets from all walks of life
along with special guest emcees, singers, dancers, and more. You never know what's going to happen from night to night, but you do know one thing...You will have a good time amongst good people. So come out the last two tuesdays of every month to the energy filled House of Bricks where no one is just a brick in the wall.
Great food! Live music!
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