Housed in a historic 1888 building located in the heart of downtown Oceanside, The Brick Hotel has been strengthened, restored and reinvented into a modern boutique vacation destination. Owned by a local, fourth-generation Oceanside family, the ten-room hotel is now open and welcoming its guests.
The Brick Hotel includes two upcoming dining concepts from Grind and Prosper Hospitality band, Oyster bar and restaurant on the ground floor and cococabane rooftop bar, which offers great panoramic views of the Pacific and downtown Oceanside.
The Brick Hotel definitely has a lot to offer
While the building is steeped in history, The Brick Hotel is a truly contemporary downtown boutique hotel with amenities, but it’s also completely self-checked in if you prefer. The property is steps from the Oceanside Pier, museums, theaters, restaurants and the popular Thursday Sunset Market. Set amongst all of this, the property itself has plenty to offer, and not just for hotel guests – a ground floor restaurant, rooftop bar, beer garden, cocktail bar, cocktails and access to the nearby beer garden.
Two new catering concepts
Grind & Prosper Culinary Director, Chef Quinnton “Q” Austin of Purchase in Louisiana in North Park designed the menu for Q&A, which will serve grilled oysters, as well as a beverage program similar to Louisiana Purchase with French Quarter-style cocktails. The intimate restaurant downstairs has a real New Orleans vibe, with a hidden patio behind the Brick Hotel.
The NOLA native chef will also oversee CocoCabana’s upstairs small bites menu program, which has its own show kitchen. Cococabana offers a major boho vibe and plenty of space to relax and soak up the sun.
More to explore
The Brick Hotel property is also home to the outdoor Succulent Café, located on a hidden patio where you can stop for a cup of coffee and browse and purchase succulent arrangements. Right next to Q&A and the Brick Hotel’s entrance is Frankie’s Cocktail Lounge, a lavish lounge with leather booths, gorgeous chandeliers, and a stunning bar that runs the length of the space. Customers can stop in for a cocktail expertly crafted by one of their professional mixologists.
Just around the corner is Stone Beer Garden, a casual and intimate tap room and retail store with an asphalt patio that’s been transformed into a lush garden filled with native trees and plants.
See you there, San Diego!