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The Brick located in Kansas City, MO
4/20/2010 7:58:50 PM 4 Comments

The Brick

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1727 McGee Street Kansas City, MO 64108
(816) 421-1634

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    4/15/2012 10:05:53 AM
    Tried the Oklahoma dod and the meatloaf sandwich. Both were outstanding. Lots of other interesting items on the menu. Looked like a great place to hang out and drink a few beers. I'll be back!
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    10/26/2011 11:32:41 PM
    Loved the place.  Wife had the Oklahoma hot dog and onion rings.  My bite of both were great. I had the humas wrap and added gyro meat.  yum yum.  added a taco on the side, and was the best taco I ever had.  Great entertainment as they were playing bingo.  
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    7/18/2011 3:33:09 PM
    Went there this weekend.  Totally loved it.  Husband had the meatloaf sandwich and I tried the Cuban Chicken sandwich.  Both were REALLY good.
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    6/21/2011 1:13:40 AM
    Should have paid more attention to the reviews that I read on-line.  We happened to go on "open mic" night.  There was a $3 cover charge just to get in.  As with any Triple DDD place, I always go in with the expectation that things are going to be very good/great.  This place was a total disappointment!!  I had the "special" which was chicken friend steak, mashed potatoes w/gravy, side salad, and a piece of dessert.  My husband had a hamburger and onion rings.  My husband said that his burger was decent and the onion rings were okay.  I was shocked to see a 'pre-fab' chicken friend steak on my plate (was expecting homemade.)  The mashed potatoes were cold.  The waitress offered to put them in the microwave for me (I declined.)  The dessert was the smallest slice of red velvet cake I have ever seen.  To be honest, it was the locals that were singing that made the experience even worth being there.....  It turned out to be one of those times where you wish you could have your money back and go someplace else.  Would not go back (and Grinders is right around the corner from this joint - go there.)

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