My wife and I stopped in to the Brickhaus after reading some of the reviews for a light lunch. Their menu is posted just inside the door, but fortunately, another board is right next to the order station. The interior is nice and cozy, with a variety of seating options ranging from an easy chair to booths. It was populated by a nice mix of people, from what looked like lawyers to students. I tried the Rueben made as a wrap, while my wife went for the Caesar chicken wrap. One of the best Reubens I've ever eaten, with really tender corned beef and a great tangy kraut. My only problem was it was unbelievably hot...enough so that I nearly burned my mouth. My wife said the same, but agreed that the wrap was delicious. Both sandwiches were served with kettle chips, but other options are available. Fresh brewed coffee and tea are available, as are a number of really tasty looking desserts. The place reminded me a lot of the Sweet Spot in Whitewater, with really good food at a really good price.
It's worth the stop. You won't be disappointed.