The Brick House Bar & Grill is a newer addition to Fernie's downtown nightlife and culinary experiences. This restaurant and lounge is housed in the historical 1909 Imperial Bank of Canada building. The bank operated in Fernie until 1963 after the Imperial Bank merged with the Canadian Bank of Commerce in 1961. From that point on the building was mostly occupied by successive law practices.
Chernoff Architecture from Calgary, Alberta purchased the building in 2005 and the building was renovated adhering to the original architectural style. The Brick House is located on the main floor of the building, and the Brick House Games Room and Lounge is in the basement showcasing exposed brick, fire red roof, original art from locals and music entertainment.
Full Description of Establishment
The Brick House features a Mediterranean infused pub menu, loungy s-shaped booths, windows that expose the original arch shape and open to allow a patio feel, re-use of wood from the original structure, live background music of DJ's and bands. Fully licensed; the Pool and Games room includes 2 pool tables, Buck Hunter, Bowling, Golden Tee and Ping Ball.
Explanation of Live Music Scene (if there is one)
The Brick House Bar & Grill offers live acoustic, jazz, blues music or DJ performed music.
Bar or Saloon
Sun to Sat, 11:30am to close, typically 1am
Seasons and Months Open
Once you arrive in Fernie, located on Highway #3, turn south towards downtown and head west on Victoria Avenue. Once at the 4-way stop at 4th Street, you may park on the street or in the designated parking lot behind the building. The Brick House is situated along Victoria Avenue and 4th Street; it's easy access from any location.