801 Central, Hot Springs, Ar 71901...501-321-2926
Brick House Grill is located in what is known today as Spencer's Corner. In reality it is two historic buildings in downtown Hot Springs joined by a plaza. The two old buildings were sub-divided into spaces for small shops, offices, and restaurants in 1979. The building is a three story red-brick structure built between 1886-1890. Popularly known as Spencer's Corner, the location was where people gathered to gossip, gamble, drink, and play pool. During the 1950's and 60's the corner flourished as a gambling casino and club called the "Bridge Street Club." Card tables, dice games, and slot machines were on the second floor. The third floor was reserved for high stakes gambling.
The Brick House has an intimate bar and three distinct dining rooms...the upstairs dining room is small, but intimate, the downstairs main dining room has 15 foot ceilings and views over the plaza, and the "Hole" as we call it is charming and intimate. The "Princess Cowboy Table" in the hole with two mini-chandeliers...the best table in Hot Springs. The table received its name when a young girl wanted to sit upstairs, but we were full...Brenda, a server told the young girl she had a special table in the back reserved for a princess...when the little girl saw the chandeliers her eyes sparkled just like the chandeliers. The father was wearing a cowboy hat and the rustic character of the table fit his character also...so the name "Princess Cowboy Table." If you call to make a reservation for a group of 8-10 people you might ask for the "Princess Cowboy Table." There are also many other fine tables for your group...such as the "Owl Always Love You" table located upstairs at a window...great table for four...ask for it when you visit us.