Monday – Saturday 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Sunday – Closed (Winter Hours)
413 N. San Francisco St.
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
The Carriage House was built in 1909 by a banker, T.E. Pollack, as an adjunct to his fine house at 410 N. Leroux Street which he purchased in 1900. Pollack came to Flagstaff in 1896 from Iowa to take over the Arizona Central Bank. Under his able leadership, the bank became one of the most important factors in the development of Flagstaff. The Carriage House originally had dirt floors and housed the horses and carriages. Pollack later bought the first car in town and added a single- story garage which now is home to Brix Restaurant and Wine Bar.
In the 1960’s the Carriage House fell into a state of decline and was saved from demolition by an architect, Michael Goodwin. Lynne Baker and Dee Wright rented space from Mr. Goodwin to start the first Antique Mall in Flagstaff. The Mall specializes in Antique furniture, jewelry, glassware, tools, linens, books, pottery, American Indian, silver, Mexican folk art and many hard-to-find items.
Make a Reservation at Brix Restaurant and Wine Bar http://brixflagstaff.com/