Brick Shop | TRYP Hotel
- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
- Staff temperature check required
Since the kids are grown, my gf and I want to try new places to eat in the city. I figured we’d give Brick Shop a try since I’d read about it on Facebook.
We had a nice time, and the food was good. We were a little confused by the food names and there wasn’t a large menu, but we just wanted to try whatever sounded good to us. It was all very nice, making reservations was easy, and we had a nice dinner out together. The waitress was very nice also, and attentive despite her also being one of the bartenders (and making some pretty complex cocktails from what we could see). We will be coming back to try other items sometime soon!
Didn't eat here, but the drinks were very good. It's a rather noisy place, especially on jazz night, but worth a visit, for sure. The hotel rooftop bar is also really nice.
My server seemed to be genuinely disinterested in serving me.
Great ambiance, love the small plates, had live jazz music playing - all around a wonderful time!
Service during our meal was horrible. They did not bring the appetizers that we ordered, and when we alerted our server to this when the entrées arrived they didn’t care. Menu is still limited, and the food is just OK. This is a nice space in a nice hotel, but they have to go along way towards improving this restaurant. At this juncture, I recommend staying away
My son and I had an amazing time at the Brick Shop last night. There is a great energy level there. The wine, beer and drink options were extensive and high quality. The range menu items with a Mediterranean influence was excellent for sharing. Hearing Roger Humphries jazz ensemble was such a treat after a year of no live music. The entire experience was perfect.
We had the best time! Julia our server was amazing and knowledgeable, the food melted in our mouth, and the libations quenched our thirst!
Only ones there and all the food items we ordered were room temperature. Nothing was warm or hot. Cocktail was good. Service and ambiance good.
Great food and a cool young vibe.
Fun night as we stumbled on their weekly trivia! Drinks were trying a little too hard and ok and food was ok.
Enjoyed the experience and would recommend to friends and family
Love the Brick Shop! Great food, drinks, and music!!!
Wonderful food, drinks, live jazz and ambiance. Scott the manager was a delight to talk to and kept us entertained. Will definitely be making this my go-to spot this summer.
The service was extremely slow and frustrating. We were 10 minutes late for our reservation but called down to inform them. Then it took 30 minutes from their before we even had a cocktail let alone any food orders placed. Disappointing situation with parking/valet and lack of communication and alignment from the Tryp team on what was included in our package, too. Did not feel treated like a guest.
We went for the jazz night and it was overall an excellent experience. The staff, food, music and ambiance just all around great. We ordered the arancini , poutine and the churros and it was SO good and very filling. We also had the wine flight that was a semi blind tasting which was a fun way of trying the wines. Will definitely be coming back!
Specialty drinks were a delight. Manager took his time to greet us and made us feel special Will definitely be back to try all the other plates we didn't get a chance to.
We enjoy the atmosphere and live music. They need to have live music at Over Eden this summer
Thank you for the review!
jazz night was so fun! the food was incredible - not to mention the wonderful service we got from Scott and his crew!
Thank you for taking the time to leave a review, Johanna! We are so pleased to hear you enjoyed your time at Brick Shop.
We sat down around 9pm on a Saturday. Ordered drinks which took about 20 minutes to show up. Then nobody came by our table for almost an hour. We finally flagged somebody down to put in our food order and they told us the kitchen closed at 10. We explained nobody was servicing our table and the waiter didn't really seem to care. We asked for our check which took another 15 minutes to be brought out and we could see the waiter socializing with his coworkers and not preparing our check. Long story short we never got any food here and the service was by far the worst I've ever experienced in Pittsburgh.
Hi there! I am so sorry to hear about your negative experience at Brick Shop. This was one of our busiest night due to Valentine's Day. We strive to make every customer experience amazing and we are so sorry to hear that we did not meet those expectations during your visit. I do appologize that you did not get to try our food. We would love to make this situation better for you please contact us at email@example.com
Very loud with a band playing. To loud for the space. Host was not attentive. Waited 15 minutes for a waiter to come help. He apologized when finally at table. Would not recommend!
Hi there! We are so sorry to hear your experience at Brick Shop did not live up to your expectations. We appologize for the service issue and the music being too loud, we will figure out a solution to this to make sure this does not happen again. We strive to make each customer experience in our restaurant spectacular. With your visit on Valentine's Weekend please understand this was one of our busiest nights of the year and with the amount of reservations our servers may have been overwelmed.
This was our second meal here. We ate here when they first opened and while the food was good, the service was not. Figured we would give them a coupe months to work things out. Service during our recent meal wasn't any better though. Long waits, inattentive, and server either forgot to put in part of our order or the kitchen forgot to make some things. Either way, we had to ask about these when they never arrived. Which is also when we were told that they were out of one item. Food was ok, but served lukewarm. We did send one item back because it was pretty bad. Although not terribly busy, they seemed a bit understaffed which probably didn't help. Our server did acknowledge the missteps and comped our sides and desserts, which was much appreciated. Hopefully they get it together.
They were so short staffed that the service was poor. The food was okay but not worth the price.
The food was different from what you’ll find in most restaurants with their Eastern European/ Jewish and modern take on the cuisine.
We enjoyed our drinks and dinner very much but the noise level made it quite challenging to hold a conversation.
The server was very helpful with suggestions for food and wine, and we loved everything!
Met friends for dinner- was quiet at 7 pm but got louder as more people arrived- that’s my only negative. Staff was very helpful to us in making our selections and provided great service. Highly recommend the Khachapuri- yummy and unusual. Brick chicken , cod and steak entrees were excellent. We enjoyed everything and look forward to nice weather when we can finish the evening with a drink at Over Eden on the rooftop deck!
We had a pleasant dinner at Brick Shop ... attentive service, flexible with the menu ....
Super yummy food served at the right portion size. I appreciated the careful attention to vegetarian options and the overall uniqueness of the menu construction. Not cheap but certainly not overly prices either. Our server explained how the restaurants aesthetic aligns with the history of the building as a trade school for laying brick, with certainly added to the overall experience. We will definitely be back.
The noise level in both the Brick Shop and Overeden were overwhelming. The atmosphere was nice, but it was too loud to talk. The ceilings need sound baffles.
Also, the selection of drinks was disappointing. No luck looking for a nice digestif or port for after dinner.
The food was very good and service was great.
The setting was awesome a great repurposed vocational school with menus in drafts person writing style and old spaces laid out on floor
Friendly staff in every position
Three courses were
While this was a restaurant week especially we will be back !
The $10 charge for valet parking was not disclosed on the website and, as a result, was an unpleasant surprise. With all of the competition among restaurants in Pittsburgh, this puts Brick Shop at a disadvantage. That is demonstrated by the fact that, at 8:30pm on a Saturday evening, there were only six diners in the space and by 9:30, there were only two. It's difficult to keep good servers when the tip count is so low on account of no diners. That only compounds the problems, such as the lighted sign of the Rite-Aid across the street shining in through the windows to the below street level restaurant space. That doesn't add much to the atmosphere.
With all that said, the food was good. So, management should make some decisions to be able to stay in business. Thank you.
Enjoyed our New Years Eve dinner. Did not know, however, that it was a $75 prix fixe menu, so we were disappointed that we could not order from the menu (we love the chicken), and felt that it was a little pricey. We were also disappointed that they were out of lemon sorbet.
Excellent food! Just the right portions! Great service!
Great food, atmosphere and service
We came here for brunch on a Sunday morning. I wasn't sure if we would need a reservation or not, but at 930am it was still mostly empty. We were quickly brought coffee and water, and we ordered the breakfast sandwich and the bread boat. The breakfast sandwich sounded great (kielbasa & emmentaler topped with an egg!) but left a lot to be desired and was messy to eat. The bread boat was better but still a bit underwhelming. Service was friendly and nice.
Delicious food, attentive staff, lovely atmosphere. Our dinner was a pleasure.
ps - everything was great but the honey cake is amazing, so don't miss out!
enjoyed the innovative take on some Pittsburgh, eastern European classics. good drinks
Food was goid
Great evening. A little loud but other than that, fabulous. The service was exceptional. I wish I could remember her name. She was so knowledgeable. She explained everything in detail and worked closely with someone in our group to accommodate food allergies. The food was delicious too. There were 7 of us and we were all beyond pleased. From drinks, to appetizers, to main courses, to sides, and finally desserts, we were truly all so pleased that I hesitate to mention any one particular item. Try anything and you’ll be happy you did. I hope to go back again soon.
Absolutely fabulous and very creative Eastern European menu. Loved the potato kugel, the steak and chicken are amazing creations. The haluski with lamb and the dumplings are amazing. Love the beet salad. Basically we tried everything and loved all of it. Kudos to chef Brandon.
Been waiting for this to open for awhile and did not disappoint. Realize this is a restaurant in the first floor of a hotel, but they did a tremendous job of creating a very unique space. Service was excellent and we were well versed on what was on the menu. Probably one of the most pleasant surprises was the wine list. Everything was unique, focused on the theme of the food Eastern European, and had a Georgian wine, Doqi (which never heard of in my life) that was outstanding and really refreshing to have something "new." Definitely recommend the Khachapuri, bread with cheese, butter and poached egg. We got lucky and Brandon sent out the Sauerkraut for us to try. Incredible. Dill, celeriac, lots of paprika. Planning on going back for Happy hour sometime and having just a bottle of the Doqi and 4 orders of Sauerkraut and would be more than content. Chicory and Beet salads were fantastic. Can guarantee nothing you've tried before...well at least I haven't. The Potato Kugel was very light, flavorful and almost an entree more than a side dish. As with everything else, the honey cake was unique, crumble with sour cream dressing and some apple butter to finish. Can't recommend it enough. Been waiting a year and high expectations but exceeded them. So glad to have Brandon's cooking available again and great for an event or just a good dinner night out.
Brick Shop | TRYP Hotel is rated 4.5 stars by 41 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.