We visited at 11 a.m. on a Sunday. Business was just starting to pick up. We had a little difficulty finding the restaurant since we didn't know our way around. It was just a few blocks from the French Lick Resort on, of course, a brick street! Not a lot of parking except in a lot down the street. My husband loved all the sports memorabilia. The hand breaded tenderloin was just OK, the fries good, and the brick chips which we sampled, were not our cup of tea. The coffee was fresh and very good. The service was good, although as I said, they were not yet busy. The waitress said on Saturday night there was an hour and a half wait! There were plenty of choices on the menu. We are used to the best of tenderloins at the Saratoga Restaurant in Terre Haute, Indiana, so that's why I said the 33 Brick Street was just "OK"