Old Brick House Vintage Market

Every month, the Old Brick House opens their doors for three days to sell their vintage and antique pieces. We enjoy exploring these types of boutiques, because they tend to be very inspirational for our home decor. Although, we both prefer modern and contemporary ambiences in our personal decor, we like to add character and antique pieces to ease the straight and neutral palettes.

Take a look at these awesome pieces we saw at our Old Brick House visit this October.

9E6ACBFC-ABB3-4FCE-8F90-EBAD087DE04DC726C101-314A-42FD-B373-41D638F6F4DD51F7F61C-A53F-48E3-BFD9-A9A37C7E57F91C447349-B355-4952-ABEC-022AE49D81A1665F595A-A23F-455D-8369-A83C870D811CCC038785-BA4B-49EE-89EA-50D53874C6A1

Advertisements

Holy Ground: Joe’s Real BBQ

Everyone has family traditions that never seem to go away, no matter how many differences + changes occur. A location that has grown to hold a place in our family’s hearts is Joe’s Real BBQ in Downtown Gilbert.

File Jul 07, 11 29 48 AM

Joe’s Real BBQ officially opened on January 20, 1998, when we were just four years old. We couldn’t tell you about our very first time experiencing their tasty BBQ sandwich + fresh homemade applesauce, but from what we remember, we’ve been eating BBQ there our entire lives. We would visit after basketball tournaments with our club teams, call it dinner for an ordinary Tuesday night + most importantly, share memories with both sides of our families, as we rely on it to be a common meeting place.

This BBQ joint holds a very special spot in our hearts because it was the memorial spot where we gathered to remember our Grandpa Rudd after he passed in December 2015.  All of our Dad’s side of the family came to Arizona (stayed in our house actually) for Christmas that year, although Grandpa Rudd didn’t get to make it to see everyone. Since there was no funeral planned, we shared a special moment at the place where we all felt closer to him + to each other.

We continue to eat here very often, + enjoy the memories that we have created + continue to create. Joe’s Real BBQ is a place where we gather as family, no matter how long it’s been, or how far we live. This BBQ joint is delicious, but it holds a lot more than just the amazing pulled pork sandwich + homemade Root Beer (which we highly recommend).

What are some of your family traditions that you resort to?