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Charleston Marriott Town Center

200 Lee Street East · Charleston, West Virginia 25301 USA

Brick Salt Bar+Kitchen

About Brick Salt Bar+Kitchen

The Brick Salt Bar+Kitchen was completely re-conceptualized in 2012, as part of a multimillion dollar renovation at the Charleston Marriott Town Center. The restaurant honors brick and salt — two prominent Charleston industries.

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Brick + Salt

Charleston was transformed in the late 1700s when developers excavated brine reservoirs along the Little Kanawha River, making salt a prime commodity of West Virginia.

In 1870, Charleston resident Mordecai Levi was the first to use bricks to pave packed dirt roads, eliminating cumbersome muddy potholes whenever it rained. Levi later patented his brick paver system, and streets across the country would soon use bricks as pavement.

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Brick Salt Bar+Kitchen Hours

Sunday – Thursday: 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Friday & Saturday: 7 a.m. to midnight

Key Features

The open space of Brick Salt Bar+Kitchen hints at a mid-century modern aesthetic with furnishings of simplistically elegant lines, hardwood floors, dark wood tables and chairs, and neutral blue and yellow upholstery. The main dining area features a granite bar and lounge-like area with couches, booths and communal tables. Just off the hotel lobby, the main dining area offers a lively meeting and gathering space.

For those seeking more intimate dining, the closed-off Gauley Room is located just outside Brick Salt's main dining area.


On-site parking is available for $3 for the first two hours, and $7 for two to four hours.

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Brick Salt Bar+Kitchen