My husband and I had the pleasure of visiting Brick City for the first time today. When we walked in, we were courteously greeted. There was a jazz band playing on the little stage between the main dining area and the bar. We had thought to sit at the bar, but wondered if there was a possibility of being seated and served where smoking was permitted.(?) Indeed, there was! YAY! Out on rustic patio, there were a few tables set with tablecloths, and a flat- screen TV. The gentleman who seated us turned out to be our waiter as well. What a gem! Grant was awesome! Very personable, friendly, and so prompt and attentive! (It really had to rather a pain to keep popping outside to see how we were doing...we ordered a lot.) While we looked over the menu, we noshed on fresh, hot hushpuppies with honey and herb butters, brought to the table as courtesy. We ordered oysters (½ price every Sunday.) We had a choice of Gulf or Chesapeake oysters. A CHOICE! They were served fresh, cold, and tasting of the sea- accompanied by drawn butter, horseradish, cocktail sauce, and fresh pico de gallo. My husband ordered the 16 oz prime rib as his entree, and I ordered the Mussels Diablo and some wings. The prime rib was tender as butter and soooo yummy. My mussels were clean and flavorful, and the thick sauce had a fine slow burn. The wings were fresh and crispy, again with a variety of sauces to choose from. The service couldn't have been better. A petite lady- Manager? Owner? Buzzed all around, chatting with guests, and was very friendly. The chef came out to see the guests, as well, when business died down a bit. We were VERY happy with our night out, and will definitely be back!! Hooray! A bit of civilization in Sanford!