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Downtown Bar The Brick Expands Address, Adds Spacious Patio

The Brick is (almost) back

Future home of The Brick
Future home of The Brick
Erin Perkins
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas, covering the food and restaurant scene across North and South Carolina.

Matt Quillen, owner of former East Bay Street bar The Brick, announced in April that the concept would make a comeback at a new address. Three years ago, a fire destroyed the building The Brick sat in, and not much (visible) progress has happened to repair the damage. The plan was to place the bar in the former Charleston Tea Company building at 24 Ann St., but today Quillen announced that he also acquired the neighboring time share sales spot Festiva, so he can expand The Brick even larger.

Quillen says the new bar will feature a lot of the same elements as the former establishment, like live music, draft beers, and craft cocktails. This time however, it will feature a spacious patio. Check out the rendering below for what to expect of The Brick once it comes back online in its new location near the Music Farm and nightclub Cure.