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- General Info:
- Brick NYC is a casual Italian Restaurant and bar serving an extensive menu of pizzas, pastas, and wine. The portions are prepared with the freshest ingredients by Executive Chef Warren Schierenbeck. “My love of cooking started in childhood making raviolis with my mother and grandmother,” Schierenbeck told Food Network in his finalist interview for the Chopped competition. Brick NYC is a two floor establishment, the first being our elegant dining room filled with candles and drapes, and our second being our spacious event space. Our event space is capable of holding 80 persons seated for a buffet, family style or fine dining style meal, and 150 guests for a cocktail reception. The event space contains a private bar, bathrooms, and audio video capabilities to meet the needs of all types of events. We hope to see you soon at Brick NYC!
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (212) 577-2742
- Payment method:
- amex, visa, mastercard, discover
- Downtown Manhattan, Tribeca
10l Npy Brick Equipment
- Pizza, Take Out Restaurants, Caterers, Italian Restaurants, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Cuisines: Mediterranean, Italian, European, Continental
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
Posted: 12/18/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Bought tickets for an event here and asked for a refund because the event was not confirmed and the scheduling managers for the artist confirmed that he would be in another city. Dan J, Tamayo, the manager, offered me a chance to prove himself as a good promoter, and come see the show and receive the bill afterward. I was happy with this until the day of the show arrives and I receive a call from the manager himself, telling me off and letting me know I was not welcome at the show. I believe he finally realized the artist was not going to be there and that he was selling false tickets and I called him out on it. \r <br>Dan is unprofessional and rude. This is not how you run a show. A good promoter would have apologized, gave me the refund and said I hope you can make it out to one of our other shows. This man needs classes on how to run a business. \r <br>I wouldn't buy tickets for any event held at this establishment again and I recommend that no one purchases tickets here either. They are rude, they don't give refunds without giving you a hassle and they can't admit when they are in the wrong. \r
Posted: 9/7/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Came in for dinner tonight - and was definitely a delight. Was surprised this neighborhood place has been here for 3 years and this is my first time there. <br> <br>The food was fresh and delicious. I had the zucchini chips to start which are absolutely amazing - I definitely recommend them. For my entree I had the house made gnocchi stuffed with fresh ricotta. Seriously the best gnocchi I have had in a long time. <br> <br>I was way to full for dessert, but we finished a bottle of wine as well. The menu was pretty extensive, and half price bottles on the entire list on wednesdays!!! <br> <br>The only complaint I had was the service was a little iffy, but for a casual place it was definitely not bad. Hopefully this improves a bit in the future. I will definitely be back!
Posted: 4/12/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I will admit the the food was pretty good on my first visit. But I came back with a client for lunch the following week and saw that the place was closed by the NY Health Department. That was not a good look, as my client was Italian. I would like to know exactly why was the place closed for a week by the Health Department. Is this public information?
Posted: 11/7/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I was just watching the game here and we had a great time. Really good, friendly vibe, and they actually draw a fair share of Jets fans. Pizza was excellent, chicken parm was some of the best I've had. I've been to this place during the week, didn't know they had this going on during weekends, very impressed.
Posted: 10/16/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Found a new hot spot in the area. They actually have a lot going on here. We had dinner and then went downstairs to the lounge area. There's a full bar there, music, everything you need for a great party. Nice vine in this place, and the food, might I add, was great. I had the pizza, and my friends had pasta dishes and were impressed.
Posted: 9/22/2010Provided by Citysearch -
My coworker convinced me to try this place. The d?cor is really unusual and classy, so it definitely does not feel like ?just a pizza place,? which is what I initially suspected. We hung out at the bar in the front while we waited for a friend--they have some great beer choices and an enormous wine bottle cellar with an unlimited selection at good prices. The service was not awfully quick, but it was very efficient, and our waiter was very friendly and gave a few good menu suggestions. I had the Portobello salad, definitely a great choice, the vegetables were very fresh and the dressing was perfect. A friend of mine had the salmon, he was very happy with it, said it was tender, boneless, and full of flavor. We left very happy, I would definitely come back to eat or just to grab some drinks after work.
Posted: 8/12/2009Provided by Citysearch -
The pizza had barely any cheese which made it taste like sauce bread. The sauce wasn't that great on the pizza either. The Lobster ravioli had a weird sweet tangy sauce which way overpowered the ravioli. The tomato's in the sauce didn't taste good. What little you could actually taste of the filling of the ravioli just tasted like cheese. The bread on the table tasted stale. The Hot Calamari appetizer had a good flavor, but the actual calamari was reaaallyyy chewy and large so it was hard to eat. <br>I hope they were short staffed that night because the service was really slow.
Posted: 6/13/2009Provided by Citysearch -
If you are lucky enough to be in the area this is the place to be. it is mildly understated from the outside but once threw the door Brick instantly takes you in> the atmosphere is as alluring as it is inviting. The bar was great to have a drink at , a uniique wine list and a staff that knew their stuff. Then on to dinner which was amazing in a very surprising manner. Honestly this place has an unbeatable combination of all things that matter>> great food great wine great atmosphere and a staff that went above and beyond for no reason other then it is who they are! Excellence at its best.....make a trip to this place ..off the beaten track but a true and rare find!!!
Posted: 4/28/2009Provided by Citysearch -
We went to dinner at Brick last night, and was pleasantly surprised with the food. We ordered some fried calamari and fried zucchini to start. I wasn't too in love with the fried zucchini, but the fried calamari was pretty decent. Moving on to entrees, my husband ordered their pizza. I'll have to say, their pizza was very good. If you like thin sliced pizza, their pizza is pretty good. My sister ordered their shrimp risotto. I love risotto, and Brick's risotto was pretty up to par. Even towards the end of the dish, the risotto was still decent and didn't taste mushy. I wasn't extremely impressed with my penne vodka; but it was still good. My recommendation would definitely get the pizza if you come here. And oh, the $4 draft beers was also a nice touch. I would come here again.