Brick An American Kitchen is a wedding venue that embraces the old-world charm of the historic Brewery District located in Columbus, Ohio. With recent renovations, Brick has maintained the rich history and character of the building, which was once home to Schlee’s Brewery. The event room once served as Schlee’s Malthouse for storing barrels before distribution.
Facilities and Capacity
Brick An American Kitchen can accommodate up to 140 guests for a cocktail style event and 80 guests for a seated event. The entire facility, upstairs and down, can accommodate up to 300 guests. The cellar features vaulted ceilings, a private bar, LED TVs, a dance floor, and more. With its rich history, it is one of the most unique event spaces in Columbus.
Brick An American Kitchen can host wedding ceremonies, receptions, elopements, engagement parties, bridal showers, and rehearsal dinners. The venue takes care of all the details, including audio equipment, chairs, decor, lighting, centerpieces, tables, barware, flatware, glassware, china, and linens - plus wireless internet! They take care of all the set up and clean up for a stress-free experience. They also have in-house catering and bar services, with a broad selection of wine, beer, and specialty drinks. Hosts can choose to have an open bar or a cash bar, and opt for a signature drink and champagne toasts.
Brick's culinary team serves a fully American menu, and can accomodate a number of dietary restrictions, including no pork, vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free requirements. Both cocktail parties and seated events can be accommodated.
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Georgia Barnes · Getting married on 01/04/2020
Amazing Space and Very Flexible
Brick was perfect for our rehearsal dinner. They were flexible about moving our scheduled time around when we had to do an early rehearsal and our guests loved the unique and interesting space.Sent on 05/02/2019
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Elise Bovard · Married on 05/11/2019
We had a very small wedding with only 21 guests, including me and the groom, and this was the perfect location for it. The space could have easily accommodated around 50 people, but because of the layout, it didn’t feel like we were in a venue too large for our guest number. The food was excellent and the service was equally exceptional. The unique atmosphere makes for beautiful pictures, even with camera phones. Absolutely recommend this location, we couldn’t have been happier!!Sent on 06/05/2019
Kimberlee · Married on 05/04/2019
Amazing Event Space
I planned my son’s rehearsal dinner long distance, without having ever been to Brick. Diana, the event coordinator, worked with me via phone and emails. She was so helpful and answered all my questions and concerns immediately. When I arrived at the Cellar the morning of my event, she was there to help set up and made the space available to me so I could add my own personal touches. I was amazed how beautiful the space is, the pictures online were helpful, but there is a special atmosphere and ambiance to this historical spot that is felt only in person. The Rehearsal Dinner and Welcome Party to follow was a hit with all of our guests! The food was very good (Prime Rib and Grilled Salmon were our buffet offerings) and the private bar and cozy candlelight tables had a “Speakeasy” feel, perfect for our evening. When you book the Cellar, you have the entire space, which is a main room, that has open booths (banquettes) and table seating. The adjacent room is cocktail type seating, dimly lit with a romantic feel, a dance floor, and then a separate room for the private bar, also with high top table seating. The space was wonderful for mingling and lots of places to have more intimate conversations as well. The brick ceilings and Edison lights made it special and gave it an “old world” romantic feel. I can’t stress enough how impressed I was seeing it in person!Sent on 05/18/2019
I highly recommend this venue for your special event. And thank you again to Diana, who helped me immensely!
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