About Brick Street

Thank you for supporting Brick Street.Together withg a great pub atmospehere, we feasture several dining rooms for your enjoymnet.  We also feature our private dining and banquest  rooms for your special events. In additon to a wonderful dining atmosphere, these rooms are equipped with all the lastest audio-visual equipment to assist in your presentation needs. Brick Street of Grand Blanc is more than just a restuarant, it is designed to meet your ever changing entertainment and dining needs. Causual or Fine Dining, hosting a special event or just watching your favorite sporting event in the Pub, owner Michael Jablonski and his staff have made a restaurant worthy of repeated visits.
What's enticing about Brick Street, besides its food, is the service and choices, along with a relaxing atmosphere. 
The staff at Brick Street  works with its owner MIchgael Jablonski constantly to bring tradional as well as unique entree's for your dining pleasure.
Skillet Dishes include Bangkok Chicken and Michaels Chopped Sirloin. We also feature some of the best Lettuce wraps in the area
Fish dishes range from Mango Orange Roughy to our traditionbal fish and chips, which is a Brick Street feature.
Steaks are prime and prime dry-aged meat. Eight-ounce filets come with portabella mushroom, boursin cheese and red wine demi-glaze or plain. twelve -ounce  New York strip comes plain or encrusted with rosemary and coriander and a ginger and sesame relish.
Specialty burgers and  sandwiches add more variety, as appetizers, like Thai lettuce wraps and Wings of thw World,  that can make delicious entrees or side dishes.
Brick Stret offers monthly specails, such as Ne York Carne Asdada Stuffed Flounder, it just keeps chaning. Soups vary Tomato En Croute to French Onion AuGratin. Brick Street won't let you be bored with where you are or the food you eat.
Brick Street's decor is suffused with a warm sense of quality. Dark wood, bricks and salmon-colored walls create a quiet, handsome environment. Brick Street offers two large patios, one of which can be used for private funcition. The larger  patio is for open dining and live entertainment is offered many nights during the season.
So how did Brick Street get its name anyway? Well, Michael Jablonski was surfing the Internet in search of a moniker when he noticed a trend where the enduring restaurants were either located on brick streets or in old brick buildings. He like the idea of a long-lasting foundation and came up with the slogan, "Come On Down To Brick Street." 
Take Out Only
Wednesday Thru Saturday
Due to Governors Executive Order
Place order after 3pm by calling 810 603.2114
Pick up curbside between 3:30pm and 7:00pm 

Lunch Hours:

Monday-Saturday : 11:30am-4:00pm
Temporarily Closed due to Governors Executive Order

Dinner Hours:
Monday-Thursday: 4pm -10:00pm
Friday & Saturday: 4pm - 10:00pm
Sunday: 11:30am -9:00pm
Temporarily Closed due to Governors Executive Order

Happy Hour:
Every Day 4pm to 6pm
Temporarily closed due to Governors Executive Order