Brick Cafe

★★★★☆
  • 30-95 33rd St

    Astoria, NY 11102

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  • 718-267-2735

About Brick Cafe

Hours
Monday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM Tuesday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM Wednesday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM Thursday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM Friday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM Saturday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM Sunday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
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I went there tonight because I knew this place around the corner for years as a BAR. Now, they think that they are hot stuff and consider themselves a restaurant??? Let me explain.

First off their menu is printed so small so no one can

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★★★★★

I went there tonight because I knew this place around the corner for years as a BAR. Now, they think that they are hot stuff and consider themselves a restaurant??? Let me explain.

First off their menu is printed so small so no one can

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My wife and I really enjoyed the homemade pasta and love to order their daily fish specials....Wine selection is fabulous as well as their beer selection....Always has a good vibe and lots of energy....Lastly, it remains consistent with its service and food quality!!!!

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★★★★★

My wife and I really enjoyed the homemade pasta and love to order their daily fish specials....Wine selection is fabulous as well as their beer selection....Always has a good vibe and lots of energy....Lastly, it remains consistent with its service and food quality!!!!

Pros: fair prices, generous portions and efficient servers

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i don't know about you but when i go to a restaurant, it's because i'm hungry and i'm hoping for a decent meal. After eating here i wished i went to McDonald's instead. I could've made their food better if i cooked it at home. It was such a disappointment. If you have any decent taste in food, i suggest you don't bother with this place unless you're planning to sit and have a bottle of wine. that's the MOST i would do here. i'm surprised it's still open.

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★☆☆☆☆

i don't know about you but when i go to a restaurant, it's because i'm hungry and i'm hoping for a decent meal. After eating here i wished i went to McDonald's instead. I could've made their food better if i cooked it at home. It was such a disappointment. If you have any decent taste in food, i suggest you don't bother with this place unless you're planning to sit and have a bottle of wine. that's the MOST i would do here. i'm surprised it's still open.

Pros: ambience

Cons: food

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We had a great salad for an app - it was delicious! My boyfriend's entree was very good also, however, my dish was nothing but horrible! I had the duck - so do not order that dish from there - the meat was discusting, but the side was great also - the seasoned mashed potatoes ;). The waitress was a little pushy - it seems like they have bad management - they made her read out of a piece of paper the specials for the day - that was like a poem that we were not interested in listening to, but felt like we had to... Altogether, with the exception of the good/bad service, and great/bad food, it is a great place, however the food is just a little too pricey!

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★★★☆☆

We had a great salad for an app - it was delicious! My boyfriend's entree was very good also, however, my dish was nothing but horrible! I had the duck - so do not order that dish from there - the meat was discusting, but the side was great also - the seasoned mashed potatoes ;). The waitress was a little pushy - it seems like they have bad management - they made her read out of a piece of paper the specials for the day - that was like a poem that we were not interested in listening to, but felt like we had to... Altogether, with the exception of the good/bad service, and great/bad food, it is a great place, however the food is just a little too pricey!

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I went to Brick a number of times. The food is nothing special but it?s one of the nicest places I?ve ever been to in Astoria. I?ve tried their burgers and all main dishes with seafood ? they were all pretty good. I also tried their chocolate cake but it was mediocre. Overall, I think it?s overpriced and it can get really crowded. Once my mom and I had to wait for at about 15 minutes because all small tables were taken and they didn?t want to sit us at a table for 4 people (which was what they ended up doing eventually?). There is also one rather obnoxious waitress who likes reciting menu specials even if you tell her right away that you already know what you want to order. Other than that, the service is pretty good.

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★★★★☆

I went to Brick a number of times. The food is nothing special but it?s one of the nicest places I?ve ever been to in Astoria. I?ve tried their burgers and all main dishes with seafood ? they were all pretty good. I also tried their chocolate cake but it was mediocre. Overall, I think it?s overpriced and it can get really crowded. Once my mom and I had to wait for at about 15 minutes because all small tables were taken and they didn?t want to sit us at a table for 4 people (which was what they ended up doing eventually?). There is also one rather obnoxious waitress who likes reciting menu specials even if you tell her right away that you already know what you want to order. Other than that, the service is pretty good.

Pros: ambience

Cons: desserts, prices, noise (sometimes)

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I just had dinner with my boyfriend last night at Brick Cafe. It was our first time going, and because I was so pleased by the experience I decided to write my first ever review on citysearch. The atmosphere for one thing is very cosy and warm. We went on a Saturday night, so the restaurant was full and had that energy of good friends going out for a good meal together. Secondly, the service was great. Our waitress was obviously very knowledgeable of both the food on the menu and the wine selection, and was able to recommend both a delicious and affordable bottle of wine as well as the very tasty rigatoni with veal ragu which was very satisfying. My boyfriend had the homemade gnocchi and added some bits of prosciutto to it , with the suggestion of the waitress, which really made the meal. I'm very glad we stumbled upon this restaurant and look forward to planning another dinner there soon. Overall the atmosphere is superb, the staff is knowledgeable and friendly, and the prices are worth what you get.

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★★★★★

I just had dinner with my boyfriend last night at Brick Cafe. It was our first time going, and because I was so pleased by the experience I decided to write my first ever review on citysearch. The atmosphere for one thing is very cosy and warm. We went on a Saturday night, so the restaurant was full and had that energy of good friends going out for a good meal together. Secondly, the service was great. Our waitress was obviously very knowledgeable of both the food on the menu and the wine selection, and was able to recommend both a delicious and affordable bottle of wine as well as the very tasty rigatoni with veal ragu which was very satisfying. My boyfriend had the homemade gnocchi and added some bits of prosciutto to it , with the suggestion of the waitress, which really made the meal. I'm very glad we stumbled upon this restaurant and look forward to planning another dinner there soon. Overall the atmosphere is superb, the staff is knowledgeable and friendly, and the prices are worth what you get.

Pros: Service

Cons: prices, although relatively reasonable

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We went for appetizers and dessert a few months ago. The drinks were good & the apps were great. For dessert, we ordered the "Chocolate Bomb." It sounded good, but when we got it, it was stale & rather tasteless. The very sweet waitress immediately removed it, asked if we'd like something else (we ordered the crepes, which were wonderful), and said she'd remove it from our bill. Apparently, when she informed the manager, he made her return to the table and find out exactly what was wrong with it. Perhaps we should have been more forceful, but we just said that the taste was bland and the consistency was unappetizing. The manager then refused to remove it from the bill, stating that it was exactly as described on the menu. Now this was patently untrue and it seems extremely shortsighted for a manager to refuse to comp an inadequate portion of the meal, especially if it's a $6 dessert. And to ask the waitress to return to find out exactly what the problem is--absolutely classless. I've waited tables & when there is a problem, the MANAGER goes to the table to get the specifics: that is not a responsibility to be delegated. This guy forced the poor server to relay the decisions that he made from "on high."

Anyone could have a bad night, so we returned to Brick a month later with another couple. As before, the service was great; however, the manager displayed remarkably poor leadership. It was a special occasion, for which I had brought a *very* nice bottle of wine to have with dinner ('82 Chateau Mouton-Rothschild). He refused to allow the server to open it. Now ordinarily, I would never do that, but it's a very special bottle of wine for a very special occasion (engagement!), AND i offered to pay a corkage fee equal to the most expensive bottle in their cellar. Again, the apps were great (shrimp, especially!), server was nice. Pasta was okay (I can make better). We didn't order dessert.
For a neighborhood place, this kind of service is unacceptable.

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★★☆☆☆

We went for appetizers and dessert a few months ago. The drinks were good & the apps were great. For dessert, we ordered the "Chocolate Bomb." It sounded good, but when we got it, it was stale & rather tasteless. The very sweet waitress immediately removed it, asked if we'd like something else (we ordered the crepes, which were wonderful), and said she'd remove it from our bill. Apparently, when she informed the manager, he made her return to the table and find out exactly what was wrong with it. Perhaps we should have been more forceful, but we just said that the taste was bland and the consistency was unappetizing. The manager then refused to remove it from the bill, stating that it was exactly as described on the menu. Now this was patently untrue and it seems extremely shortsighted for a manager to refuse to comp an inadequate portion of the meal, especially if it's a $6 dessert. And to ask the waitress to return to find out exactly what the problem is--absolutely classless. I've waited tables & when there is a problem, the MANAGER goes to the table to get the specifics: that is not a responsibility to be delegated. This guy forced the poor server to relay the decisions that he made from "on high."

Anyone could have a bad night, so we returned to Brick a month later with another couple. As before, the service was great; however, the manager displayed remarkably poor leadership. It was a special occasion, for which I had brought a *very* nice bottle of wine to have with dinner ('82 Chateau Mouton-Rothschild). He refused to allow the server to open it. Now ordinarily, I would never do that, but it's a very special bottle of wine for a very special occasion (engagement!), AND i offered to pay a corkage fee equal to the most expensive bottle in their cellar. Again, the apps were great (shrimp, especially!), server was nice. Pasta was okay (I can make better). We didn't order dessert.
For a neighborhood place, this kind of service is unacceptable.

Pros: great appetizers, crepes

Cons: the manager's customer service

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I moved in NYC from France 7 years ago, working as chef in small Manhattan restaurant and spending a lot of time out dinning and looking for new ideas. I am so happy becouse I discovered Brick Cafe, the unique place in whole Astoria. Their food is more then good, selection of drinks is great but a friendly service is something that it makes me go back there every week! When I am in Brick I feel like home, I wish they don't change ever !

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★★★★★

I moved in NYC from France 7 years ago, working as chef in small Manhattan restaurant and spending a lot of time out dinning and looking for new ideas. I am so happy becouse I discovered Brick Cafe, the unique place in whole Astoria. Their food is more then good, selection of drinks is great but a friendly service is something that it makes me go back there every week! When I am in Brick I feel like home, I wish they don't change ever !

Pros: Brick chocolate bomb

Cons: Tasty Sangria!

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The food tastes maybe one step above wedding food.
The service is really inconsistent. There are a few staff members who are amazing, but far and few between.
We've been long time customers and each time we go there we become a little more disappointed.
Skip it. Go to Locale.

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★★☆☆☆

The food tastes maybe one step above wedding food.
The service is really inconsistent. There are a few staff members who are amazing, but far and few between.
We've been long time customers and each time we go there we become a little more disappointed.
Skip it. Go to Locale.

Pros: location

Cons: The Food, The Prices, The Service

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whoa, guys, they did the same thing to me! Took my cake, stuck it in a
fridge, and then were all like, "Cake? What cake?" And then I noticed they had
cake crumbs around their mouths and frosting on their fingers. so let
this be a warning to all you cake-carrying peeps out there: leave your cakes
at home!!!

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★☆☆☆☆

whoa, guys, they did the same thing to me! Took my cake, stuck it in a
fridge, and then were all like, "Cake? What cake?" And then I noticed they had
cake crumbs around their mouths and frosting on their fingers. so let
this be a warning to all you cake-carrying peeps out there: leave your cakes
at home!!!

Pros: nice ambience, wonderful wine, glorious cocktails

Cons: they steal your cake

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I am hooked on Brick Cafe. After going there for brunch one Saturday, we have been returning every week. I have tried quite a few things on their menu and they are all so good that I am hard-pressed to pick favorites. The Caprese Salad is a lovely start, as is the Bruschetta. The Tuna Carpaccio is so light and delicious. The panini are tasty, but the burger is fantastic. Go to Brick if you've not already -- enjoy wonderful food and a bottle of wine in the sun if it is nice enough to sit outside.

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★★★★★

I am hooked on Brick Cafe. After going there for brunch one Saturday, we have been returning every week. I have tried quite a few things on their menu and they are all so good that I am hard-pressed to pick favorites. The Caprese Salad is a lovely start, as is the Bruschetta. The Tuna Carpaccio is so light and delicious. The panini are tasty, but the burger is fantastic. Go to Brick if you've not already -- enjoy wonderful food and a bottle of wine in the sun if it is nice enough to sit outside.

Pros: great food, outdoor seating

Cons: inconsistent service - sometimes poor, but often good

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This is one of my favorite restaurants in Astoria. It is consistently good. The food is delicious, the atmosphere and service are great.

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★★★★☆

This is one of my favorite restaurants in Astoria. It is consistently good. The food is delicious, the atmosphere and service are great.

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Independent of one another, two friends of mine have termed this place "evil yuppie joint." I don't agree with that assessment--there aren't enough yuppies in Astoria to really even sustain a "yuppie joint," and if anything it's more of the Euro cafe route than Park Slope-y. But I still don't care for Brick, though I live close and there's a dearth of places to eat AND drink after 11 p.m. in the neighborhood. The seafood paella is reportedly delicious--this from a friend who is as disenchanted as I with Brick--but everything I've tried has been halfhearted and predictable (and not in a comforting way). Flaccid sandwiches, lackluster salads, and mediocre burgers, that sort of thing. It's a pleasant environment, though, especially if you grab an outside table--the quiet avenue and professional service make for a rare outside-table neighborhood treat.

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★★☆☆☆

Independent of one another, two friends of mine have termed this place "evil yuppie joint." I don't agree with that assessment--there aren't enough yuppies in Astoria to really even sustain a "yuppie joint," and if anything it's more of the Euro cafe route than Park Slope-y. But I still don't care for Brick, though I live close and there's a dearth of places to eat AND drink after 11 p.m. in the neighborhood. The seafood paella is reportedly delicious--this from a friend who is as disenchanted as I with Brick--but everything I've tried has been halfhearted and predictable (and not in a comforting way). Flaccid sandwiches, lackluster salads, and mediocre burgers, that sort of thing. It's a pleasant environment, though, especially if you grab an outside table--the quiet avenue and professional service make for a rare outside-table neighborhood treat.

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We've eaten here several times over the last few years and have found no significant improvements in the food. The menu remains largely the same and the food is not well-prepared with the pasta generally being overcooked. The food also lacks flavor like creamy cheese sauces lacking the distinct bite of gorgonzola. Despite the lack of inspiration the place is packed and the waitstaff can be spread quite thin, but at least they are very nice and helpful.

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★★★☆☆

We've eaten here several times over the last few years and have found no significant improvements in the food. The menu remains largely the same and the food is not well-prepared with the pasta generally being overcooked. The food also lacks flavor like creamy cheese sauces lacking the distinct bite of gorgonzola. Despite the lack of inspiration the place is packed and the waitstaff can be spread quite thin, but at least they are very nice and helpful.

Pros: Nice staff, good wine list

Cons: Mediocre food, cramped seating

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I perused some of the other reviews & can see how some of the negative reactions could happen. I dined on a Sat. nite @ Brick Cafe' w/ my bf. He ordered the seafood chowder to start & the veal for his entree. I ordered the Caesar salad to start & the gnocci w/ gorgonzola cheese sauce. I liked the bread brought to our table while we were deciding what to order. If the service is slow there, then my bf & I are superslow b/c we were so busy trying to narrow down many delicious sounding choices that we couldn't decide on & our server was sweet enough to indulge us 'til we finally ordered the 3rd time she came to our table where we were already enjoying a btl. of wine. Not a gnocci fan, I truly only ordered them b/c the Gorgonzola cheese sauce reminded me of an Italian trattoria back in my hometown that was served over cheese tortellini, so I had to indulge that yearning for that creamy Gorgonzola zip. The gnocci covered w/ the sauces was so tasty that I actually really enjoyed the gnocci. My bf loved his dish as well. I thought it to be quite flavorful as well. The entire place was hoppin' & you could see it was hectic, but we'd gotten a decent seat on the covered patio. All in all, we had a really pleasant xperience & will prob. go back again.

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★★★★☆

I perused some of the other reviews & can see how some of the negative reactions could happen. I dined on a Sat. nite @ Brick Cafe' w/ my bf. He ordered the seafood chowder to start & the veal for his entree. I ordered the Caesar salad to start & the gnocci w/ gorgonzola cheese sauce. I liked the bread brought to our table while we were deciding what to order. If the service is slow there, then my bf & I are superslow b/c we were so busy trying to narrow down many delicious sounding choices that we couldn't decide on & our server was sweet enough to indulge us 'til we finally ordered the 3rd time she came to our table where we were already enjoying a btl. of wine. Not a gnocci fan, I truly only ordered them b/c the Gorgonzola cheese sauce reminded me of an Italian trattoria back in my hometown that was served over cheese tortellini, so I had to indulge that yearning for that creamy Gorgonzola zip. The gnocci covered w/ the sauces was so tasty that I actually really enjoyed the gnocci. My bf loved his dish as well. I thought it to be quite flavorful as well. The entire place was hoppin' & you could see it was hectic, but we'd gotten a decent seat on the covered patio. All in all, we had a really pleasant xperience & will prob. go back again.

Pros: Awesome Gorgonzola Sauce, Reasonably Priced Btls. of Wine

Cons: Busy, Crowd Noise

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Good for brunch and a night out with friends. The service can be slow, but the food is pretty good. I really like their baccala and polenta appetizer. Wine list could be better.

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★★★☆☆

Good for brunch and a night out with friends. The service can be slow, but the food is pretty good. I really like their baccala and polenta appetizer. Wine list could be better.

Pros: Good food. Nice place. Fun in the summer.

Cons: Service can be slow. Meat dishes are often over done.

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We love this place. Been going here for a few years now. The food, atmosphere and service are great. My only complaint is that the menu never really changes.

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★★★★★

We love this place. Been going here for a few years now. The food, atmosphere and service are great. My only complaint is that the menu never really changes.

Pros: Ambience, Service, Food

Cons: Need some new dishes

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This was one of the first places I had gone too since I have moved to astoria and I have found that the place had a nice atmosphere. but the service was sub-par and the food was nothing special. It was recommended to me, which may be why I had such high hopes. it was a bit of a let down. when my wife and I first walked in for dinner, the hostess was not polite and did not seem to care. There was a larger party waiting to be seated before us and they took priority. it was a saturday night and the music was too loud for my taste. the place was also way too crowded to eat confortably.

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★★★☆☆

This was one of the first places I had gone too since I have moved to astoria and I have found that the place had a nice atmosphere. but the service was sub-par and the food was nothing special. It was recommended to me, which may be why I had such high hopes. it was a bit of a let down. when my wife and I first walked in for dinner, the hostess was not polite and did not seem to care. There was a larger party waiting to be seated before us and they took priority. it was a saturday night and the music was too loud for my taste. the place was also way too crowded to eat confortably.

Pros: atmosphere

Cons: service

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My wife was introduced to Brick Cafe a month ago by a friend. They went for brunch enjoyed themselves. The next week, my wife and I went there for dinner. With the exception of the door always flying open in the cold wind, it was very nice.
So, when a group of us (12) wanted to throw a surprise birthday party for a close friend on a Tuesday night recently, I recommended Brick Cafe.
My wife, an expert baker, and the celebrant's close friend, wanted to make her a cake and bring it in.
This is where the trouble began. First, Brick wanted to refuse. Well, all right. They have a point. But, then they agreed, but wanted to charge us 35.00 for the privelege.

Okay. Well, which is it?

Here's where it got really nasty, though. When we asked if they could waive the charge, saying that, in a short four weeks time, we were bringing in a total of 16 covers, that we live close by, that we eat out a great deal, that the group would balk and go somewhere else, we were told, flat-out, 'We don't need your business.'

Wow.
Nice.
You don't allow food to be brought in? Or, you just want to charge us for the privelege? Pick a policy. I can understand either one.
But, telling your customers to go take a hike?
I about sh*t a 'Brick'.

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★☆☆☆☆

My wife was introduced to Brick Cafe a month ago by a friend. They went for brunch enjoyed themselves. The next week, my wife and I went there for dinner. With the exception of the door always flying open in the cold wind, it was very nice.
So, when a group of us (12) wanted to throw a surprise birthday party for a close friend on a Tuesday night recently, I recommended Brick Cafe.
My wife, an expert baker, and the celebrant's close friend, wanted to make her a cake and bring it in.
This is where the trouble began. First, Brick wanted to refuse. Well, all right. They have a point. But, then they agreed, but wanted to charge us 35.00 for the privelege.

Okay. Well, which is it?

Here's where it got really nasty, though. When we asked if they could waive the charge, saying that, in a short four weeks time, we were bringing in a total of 16 covers, that we live close by, that we eat out a great deal, that the group would balk and go somewhere else, we were told, flat-out, 'We don't need your business.'

Wow.
Nice.
You don't allow food to be brought in? Or, you just want to charge us for the privelege? Pick a policy. I can understand either one.
But, telling your customers to go take a hike?
I about sh*t a 'Brick'.

Pros: Serviceable food from a rather generic cafe

Cons: Service with more attitude than is acceptable

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It was so nice to find this place my accident ...after dinner we were looking for a place to have a last drink no loud music or dress code ..what a nice place so relaxing and cozy..We are coming back for brunch!!!!!
keep it up

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★★★★★

It was so nice to find this place my accident ...after dinner we were looking for a place to have a last drink no loud music or dress code ..what a nice place so relaxing and cozy..We are coming back for brunch!!!!!
keep it up

Pros: everything

Cons: the night had to end

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i love this place. great brunch, dinner, everything. reasonable prices. seating outside. its all good!

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★★★★★

i love this place. great brunch, dinner, everything. reasonable prices. seating outside. its all good!

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If you are willing to try anything once, then this is the place for you.

My five year old cousin had a birthday party at McDonald's, you know, the fast food restaurant. Where for dessert, a carvel ice cream cake was brought in and served. However, the Brick Cafe did not honor a patron's dessert request to serve a cake brought in from a local bakery. The manager could not even offer a fee where they would charge us to actually serve our own cake. As a matter of fact, they didn't allow us to use one of their knives to just cut the cake, and needless to say, we weren't offered plates either.

Waiter service was short and not up to par for a non-busy Monday night in August. For instance, we had to wait long periods of time to get our water refilled as opposed to not having to ask at all. No one asked us to order appetizers until we were there for more than 20 minutes. We were a party of 13, waiting for the celebrant to arrive, and no one asked if our group had a special occasion like a birthday (which was the case with us).

The food was acceptable and decent, but the service made this place --which is in a local, relaxed neightborhood in Queens-- act as if it was serving Soho/Meatpacking District/celebrity stuckups.

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★☆☆☆☆

If you are willing to try anything once, then this is the place for you.

My five year old cousin had a birthday party at McDonald's, you know, the fast food restaurant. Where for dessert, a carvel ice cream cake was brought in and served. However, the Brick Cafe did not honor a patron's dessert request to serve a cake brought in from a local bakery. The manager could not even offer a fee where they would charge us to actually serve our own cake. As a matter of fact, they didn't allow us to use one of their knives to just cut the cake, and needless to say, we weren't offered plates either.

Waiter service was short and not up to par for a non-busy Monday night in August. For instance, we had to wait long periods of time to get our water refilled as opposed to not having to ask at all. No one asked us to order appetizers until we were there for more than 20 minutes. We were a party of 13, waiting for the celebrant to arrive, and no one asked if our group had a special occasion like a birthday (which was the case with us).

The food was acceptable and decent, but the service made this place --which is in a local, relaxed neightborhood in Queens-- act as if it was serving Soho/Meatpacking District/celebrity stuckups.

Pros: Easy to find

Cons: Everything else; waiter never bothered to introduce himself

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I live near Brick Cafe and was really looking forward to trying dinner there after having a fantastic brunch a few months ago. The dinner menu itself sounded amazing. Unfortunately, the food simply did not deliver. The descriptions and ingredients are far more promising that the finished product. The mussels in white wine were bland and badly needed salt to make up for the lack of interesting flavors. The black linguine with seafood was a generous portion but contained tiny shrimp that almost appeared canned and more tasteless mussels. The clams were quite good. The biggest dissappointement by far was the halibut special. It was a rather dried out portion of fish that was slathered in an uneventful tomato sauce which tasted almost identical to that which was on my linguine. When the bill came I was shocked to see that the special was more than almost anything else on the menu including the lamb chops. Our waitress had been all too eager to recommend it. Halibut is not a particularly expensive fish and I left feeling ripped off.
I may return for brunch, but I will not waste my money or time on another dinner here.

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★★★☆☆

I live near Brick Cafe and was really looking forward to trying dinner there after having a fantastic brunch a few months ago. The dinner menu itself sounded amazing. Unfortunately, the food simply did not deliver. The descriptions and ingredients are far more promising that the finished product. The mussels in white wine were bland and badly needed salt to make up for the lack of interesting flavors. The black linguine with seafood was a generous portion but contained tiny shrimp that almost appeared canned and more tasteless mussels. The clams were quite good. The biggest dissappointement by far was the halibut special. It was a rather dried out portion of fish that was slathered in an uneventful tomato sauce which tasted almost identical to that which was on my linguine. When the bill came I was shocked to see that the special was more than almost anything else on the menu including the lamb chops. Our waitress had been all too eager to recommend it. Halibut is not a particularly expensive fish and I left feeling ripped off.
I may return for brunch, but I will not waste my money or time on another dinner here.

Pros: Nice atmosphere

Cons: mediocre food

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Great food...good service once you got seated....hostess was a little rude...But I definitely enjoyed my experience. Good place for a date or to just hang out with friends.

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★★★★★

Great food...good service once you got seated....hostess was a little rude...But I definitely enjoyed my experience. Good place for a date or to just hang out with friends.

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In early March 2007, after searching on citysearch, we came across Brick, which we had been to a few times before. We needed to make a quick decision. It was Saturday night and we wanted to celebrate my husbands birthday of a few days prior. Also, we had just returned to the city early from an out of town trip. We chose Brick so that we did not need a reservation but were surprised to be turned away at the door precisely for that reason by a rude and pretentious hostess. But first we waited for about 20 minutes. Then they sent us to the back by the bar, and finally told us it would be an hour before we could be seated. There was no room at the bar, and it wasn't even a holiday or anything! This was inconvenient and quite irritating. But it actually turned out for the best. We ended up going to an Italian restaurant several blocks away which had this lovely romantic ambiance and a live musician softly singing ballads with his keyboard, stuff like Sting, Billy Joel and even Frank Sinantra. I wish I had picked up a card. It's only a few blocks away from where we live, so we will definitely be returning. Maybe, I'll post it in a follow up. And better yet, we could actually hear each other, avoiding the blaring music, and the loud fad seeking, under 24 & obviously intoxicated, wannabe crowd, which made Brick seem more like a desperate weekend pick-up joint. If that's what you're looking for, Saturday night at Brick will be a haven for you. Just be sure to make the reservation first. In all fairness, I believe this is exclusively the weekend crowd, as I've been there in the past during the week and for Sunday afternoon when it was much more pleasant and the food was very good. Yet never again will we go on a Friday or Saturday evening. Yuck, what a nightmare! Arrgh!!!

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★★★☆☆

In early March 2007, after searching on citysearch, we came across Brick, which we had been to a few times before. We needed to make a quick decision. It was Saturday night and we wanted to celebrate my husbands birthday of a few days prior. Also, we had just returned to the city early from an out of town trip. We chose Brick so that we did not need a reservation but were surprised to be turned away at the door precisely for that reason by a rude and pretentious hostess. But first we waited for about 20 minutes. Then they sent us to the back by the bar, and finally told us it would be an hour before we could be seated. There was no room at the bar, and it wasn't even a holiday or anything! This was inconvenient and quite irritating. But it actually turned out for the best. We ended up going to an Italian restaurant several blocks away which had this lovely romantic ambiance and a live musician softly singing ballads with his keyboard, stuff like Sting, Billy Joel and even Frank Sinantra. I wish I had picked up a card. It's only a few blocks away from where we live, so we will definitely be returning. Maybe, I'll post it in a follow up. And better yet, we could actually hear each other, avoiding the blaring music, and the loud fad seeking, under 24 & obviously intoxicated, wannabe crowd, which made Brick seem more like a desperate weekend pick-up joint. If that's what you're looking for, Saturday night at Brick will be a haven for you. Just be sure to make the reservation first. In all fairness, I believe this is exclusively the weekend crowd, as I've been there in the past during the week and for Sunday afternoon when it was much more pleasant and the food was very good. Yet never again will we go on a Friday or Saturday evening. Yuck, what a nightmare! Arrgh!!!

Pros: During the week & Sunday afternoon: Good food and pleasant ambiance

Cons: Not without a reservation on the weekends, which are a nightmare anyway, with blaring music and loud, pretentious, intoxicated, under 24 pick-up crowd.

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I don't even know where to start. I have lived in Astoria for two years and just tried Brick. We arrived about 6:30 p.m. on a Saturday and from the moment we were seated (promptly) to the moment we walked out the door, everything was perfect.

The decor is, as others have mentioned, very cozy and romantic. We had our choice of tables and elected not to sit along the bar of two-person tables in the back and instead chose a seat by the window, which probably made a difference because we didn't feel so crowded.

The food was excellent (I ordered from the extensive list of specials, BF ordered from the menu). BF is very picky about wines and asked for a recommendation from the waiter, who suggested a $26 bottle of pinot noir (second-cheapest one the list) that was absolutely fantastic. BF was impressed that we weren't steered toward a pricier wine. That was just the beginning of an evening of wonderful service from this waiter.

The dinner was good (BF said his steak frites was among the best he's had in NYC), but I have to say that the white chocolate mousse cake we ordered for dessert was unbelievable!!! Rich and creamy, unlike anything I've ever had. Wow. Worth every calorie. The coffee was (very) strong and robust.

We were extremely impressed with Brick and will definitely be back.

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★★★★★

I don't even know where to start. I have lived in Astoria for two years and just tried Brick. We arrived about 6:30 p.m. on a Saturday and from the moment we were seated (promptly) to the moment we walked out the door, everything was perfect.

The decor is, as others have mentioned, very cozy and romantic. We had our choice of tables and elected not to sit along the bar of two-person tables in the back and instead chose a seat by the window, which probably made a difference because we didn't feel so crowded.

The food was excellent (I ordered from the extensive list of specials, BF ordered from the menu). BF is very picky about wines and asked for a recommendation from the waiter, who suggested a $26 bottle of pinot noir (second-cheapest one the list) that was absolutely fantastic. BF was impressed that we weren't steered toward a pricier wine. That was just the beginning of an evening of wonderful service from this waiter.

The dinner was good (BF said his steak frites was among the best he's had in NYC), but I have to say that the white chocolate mousse cake we ordered for dessert was unbelievable!!! Rich and creamy, unlike anything I've ever had. Wow. Worth every calorie. The coffee was (very) strong and robust.

We were extremely impressed with Brick and will definitely be back.

Pros: Excellent food, wine and coffee; GREAT desserts; great service

Cons: Can get crowded, loud

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I come out here from the city at least once a week to dine with friends. The service is always great and the food always delicious. Cute, cozy and an excellant wine list.
Recommended

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★★★★★

I come out here from the city at least once a week to dine with friends. The service is always great and the food always delicious. Cute, cozy and an excellant wine list.
Recommended

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I love the atmosphere. The brunch is good, but I really like their dinner menu. The staff is very helpful and they have a good wine list.

1
★★★☆☆

I love the atmosphere. The brunch is good, but I really like their dinner menu. The staff is very helpful and they have a good wine list.

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I've been to Brick several times recently. I agree with previous reviewers about having a few less tables and lowering the volume of the music but overall I really like this restaurant. I especially like the bread and fresh tapenade that's put on the table almost as soon as you sit down. The service is good but low-key. You actually have to ask for the check rather than having it slammed on the table as soon as they clear your plates which I consider a bonus. I always feel like I can sit back and enjoy the end of my drink instead of having to rush off. The evening food is consistently good (haven't had brunch here in a few years) and they have a good wine list. It's definitely a great neighborhood spot.

2
★★★★☆

I've been to Brick several times recently. I agree with previous reviewers about having a few less tables and lowering the volume of the music but overall I really like this restaurant. I especially like the bread and fresh tapenade that's put on the table almost as soon as you sit down. The service is good but low-key. You actually have to ask for the check rather than having it slammed on the table as soon as they clear your plates which I consider a bonus. I always feel like I can sit back and enjoy the end of my drink instead of having to rush off. The evening food is consistently good (haven't had brunch here in a few years) and they have a good wine list. It's definitely a great neighborhood spot.

Pros: Salads, wine list, bread and tapenade

Cons: Loud music, tables are a bit too close

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It's a cute place for brunch, if you like a kind of fake American country/psuedo Euro atmosphere. E.i., distressed paint trim. The brunch food is decent; not spectacular. The omelets, are a bit overcooked. The eggs should be a little softer and not crispy around the edges. The ricotta sun dried tomato one is fairly good, but I have to agree with other reviewers on the salt. I almost never add salt to food, but it must be added to their omelets, lest they taste like paste. The french toast is disappointing. The menu states that it comes with 'fruit flavored syrup,' but mine came with un-fresh strawberrys (once frozen, with sugar) & whipped cream. I'd prefer something more simple and less frilly than that. The brunch menu is not nearly diverse enough. The typical brunch side dish of fried potatos is boring. Would be better to have a salad or fruit option, if it were an option. The service is good usually, but variable. It's not overly friendly or pushy, which is fine for me. I would prefer to see table clothes on the tables so that I wouldn't have to put my coffee spoon on the table, which doesn't look all that clean. There are deep grooves in the tables, aesthetic, but they have an accumulation of food particles (not mine). One of my biggest problems with Brick is crowding and the noise. The seating for couples is often very close along the side wall. (Those of us with a butt, and mine's not big, have difficulty squeezing through when the tables are all full). They could take out 1 table & it would be better. Intimate conversations on the weekend are tough. There was quite a noisy crowd in there and so we just ate and left. They could seat some people in the back to disperse it, but I guess they want to keep everyone packed together. I'd suggest going to Brick during off-times if you want to talk with someone. Prices are okay. Maybe a bit higher than a diner, but you're getting more service and slightly better food. (I think).

1
★★★☆☆

It's a cute place for brunch, if you like a kind of fake American country/psuedo Euro atmosphere. E.i., distressed paint trim. The brunch food is decent; not spectacular. The omelets, are a bit overcooked. The eggs should be a little softer and not crispy around the edges. The ricotta sun dried tomato one is fairly good, but I have to agree with other reviewers on the salt. I almost never add salt to food, but it must be added to their omelets, lest they taste like paste. The french toast is disappointing. The menu states that it comes with 'fruit flavored syrup,' but mine came with un-fresh strawberrys (once frozen, with sugar) & whipped cream. I'd prefer something more simple and less frilly than that. The brunch menu is not nearly diverse enough. The typical brunch side dish of fried potatos is boring. Would be better to have a salad or fruit option, if it were an option. The service is good usually, but variable. It's not overly friendly or pushy, which is fine for me. I would prefer to see table clothes on the tables so that I wouldn't have to put my coffee spoon on the table, which doesn't look all that clean. There are deep grooves in the tables, aesthetic, but they have an accumulation of food particles (not mine). One of my biggest problems with Brick is crowding and the noise. The seating for couples is often very close along the side wall. (Those of us with a butt, and mine's not big, have difficulty squeezing through when the tables are all full). They could take out 1 table & it would be better. Intimate conversations on the weekend are tough. There was quite a noisy crowd in there and so we just ate and left. They could seat some people in the back to disperse it, but I guess they want to keep everyone packed together. I'd suggest going to Brick during off-times if you want to talk with someone. Prices are okay. Maybe a bit higher than a diner, but you're getting more service and slightly better food. (I think).

Pros: once of the few brunch options in the neighborhood

Cons: noisy sometimes, limited menu, dirty tables

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First off, let's get this out of the way -- the food isn't all that great, at least for the price. That said, everything else was wonderful, all that I could have hoped for and more. The decor, the ambience, the crowd, and definitely the staff and service. Overall, it was the best dining experience I have had in recent memory. It was also a wonderfully romantic restaurant. A terrific restaurant for a dinner date.

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★★★★★

First off, let's get this out of the way -- the food isn't all that great, at least for the price. That said, everything else was wonderful, all that I could have hoped for and more. The decor, the ambience, the crowd, and definitely the staff and service. Overall, it was the best dining experience I have had in recent memory. It was also a wonderfully romantic restaurant. A terrific restaurant for a dinner date.

Pros: Service, ambience

Cons: Food (ok but not great)

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This is by far my favorite place to eat in Astoria. It can be romantic or just a casual time with friends. I found my favorite wine while eating here which I have yet to find in any store. I totally recommend you try this when going to this wonderful restaurant. The wine is called Terra Del Sol. My favorite is the ravioli's there. Enjoy Bon Appetite!

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★★★★★

This is by far my favorite place to eat in Astoria. It can be romantic or just a casual time with friends. I found my favorite wine while eating here which I have yet to find in any store. I totally recommend you try this when going to this wonderful restaurant. The wine is called Terra Del Sol. My favorite is the ravioli's there. Enjoy Bon Appetite!

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Dinner was fantastic! Decent wine list. Great Service. Tons of specials and a diverse menu. I'd been wanting to go to Brick for a long time, and it was totally worth it. It was a bit on the pricey side, but delicious. The Black and White Mousse cake dessert special is still calling my name!!

2
★★★★☆

Dinner was fantastic! Decent wine list. Great Service. Tons of specials and a diverse menu. I'd been wanting to go to Brick for a long time, and it was totally worth it. It was a bit on the pricey side, but delicious. The Black and White Mousse cake dessert special is still calling my name!!

Pros: Great Service and a Great Meal

Cons: A bit expensive...

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Every time I go to Brick whether it's for dinner or just for drinks I always have a good time! The service is great, and no matter what I order from the menu it's always delicious. If you want a place you can just go and chill, this is it.

2
★★★★☆

Every time I go to Brick whether it's for dinner or just for drinks I always have a good time! The service is great, and no matter what I order from the menu it's always delicious. If you want a place you can just go and chill, this is it.

Pros: food, music, service

Cons: a little bit on the expensive side

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I've been here for dinner twice, the place has a great setting and ambiance. It's a good restaurant to go for a date. The food is pretty good, despite the above - average prices. They serve a little dish of olive pate once your seated - which I think is great. The service puts a damper on an otherwise enjoyable experience. The last time I took my girlfriend there, we saw our busboy more than we saw our waitress, even though it didn't appear to be very busy. She came to the table three times... to give us menus, take our order and give us the check. Needless to say, she didn't make us feel very welcome.

2
★★★★☆

I've been here for dinner twice, the place has a great setting and ambiance. It's a good restaurant to go for a date. The food is pretty good, despite the above - average prices. They serve a little dish of olive pate once your seated - which I think is great. The service puts a damper on an otherwise enjoyable experience. The last time I took my girlfriend there, we saw our busboy more than we saw our waitress, even though it didn't appear to be very busy. She came to the table three times... to give us menus, take our order and give us the check. Needless to say, she didn't make us feel very welcome.

Pros: Nice date place, good wines, outdoor seating

Cons: Waitstaff was lacking manners and service skills

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I was really excited when I found this place shortly after moving to Astoria because it seemed like it would be a touch of Manhattan in dull Queens. The atmosphere is cute and cozy, with outdoor seating. Ambience-wise, it's a good place for a romantic evening or a quiet dinner with a friend. But I was underwhelmed with the dinner I had there once, and the 2 brunches Ive had since confirmed that the food is just not great. Their french toast is nothing specialslightly better than a dolled up version of Aunt Jemima. An omelet I had was ok, but the bacon was simply disgustingit was fatty, scary looking, and tasted just awful. The prices are not good either (e.g., $4 for a small glass of orange juice!) Service is ok, albeit not terribly warm. Overall, Id say try 718 on Ditmars instead--now that is a phenomenal place.

1
★★☆☆☆

I was really excited when I found this place shortly after moving to Astoria because it seemed like it would be a touch of Manhattan in dull Queens. The atmosphere is cute and cozy, with outdoor seating. Ambience-wise, it's a good place for a romantic evening or a quiet dinner with a friend. But I was underwhelmed with the dinner I had there once, and the 2 brunches Ive had since confirmed that the food is just not great. Their french toast is nothing specialslightly better than a dolled up version of Aunt Jemima. An omelet I had was ok, but the bacon was simply disgustingit was fatty, scary looking, and tasted just awful. The prices are not good either (e.g., $4 for a small glass of orange juice!) Service is ok, albeit not terribly warm. Overall, Id say try 718 on Ditmars instead--now that is a phenomenal place.

Pros: Ambiance, Outdoor seating

Cons: At best mediocre food, Expensive

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We stumbled onto this place after we moved to Astoria. My husband and I go there on 'date' nights and even my teenage stepdaughters love the place. The food is above par and the ambience is so cozy. The bar next door gets hoppin, too.
This is probably one of the only places to get a true brunch in Astoria. This is the perfect place to go with friends or on a date, especially if you want to stay close to home or show off your neighborhood.

2
★★★★★

We stumbled onto this place after we moved to Astoria. My husband and I go there on 'date' nights and even my teenage stepdaughters love the place. The food is above par and the ambience is so cozy. The bar next door gets hoppin, too.
This is probably one of the only places to get a true brunch in Astoria. This is the perfect place to go with friends or on a date, especially if you want to stay close to home or show off your neighborhood.

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Food was bad for the price (risotto was very bad). Service was horrible. Also it was very crowded and noisy for the atmosphere. Maybe in times when it's not crowded it is romantic.

1
★★☆☆☆

Food was bad for the price (risotto was very bad). Service was horrible. Also it was very crowded and noisy for the atmosphere. Maybe in times when it's not crowded it is romantic.

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I live in Astoria. Restraurants in Astoria tend to serve average food in great price. This place serves average food, tiny portion, in high price. I understood that I paid for the deco.

1
★★★☆☆

I live in Astoria. Restraurants in Astoria tend to serve average food in great price. This place serves average food, tiny portion, in high price. I understood that I paid for the deco.

Pros: great ambience

Cons: small portion

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I had a horrible experience with my shrimp salad, they charged me a fortune for a plate of greens and ONLY 3 small shrimps. I'll never go back!

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★☆☆☆☆

I had a horrible experience with my shrimp salad, they charged me a fortune for a plate of greens and ONLY 3 small shrimps. I'll never go back!

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We love this place. Food and service are always great. Nice ambiance. However prices are a bit much for Queens and the menu has not been changed in the past 3 years.

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★★★★★

We love this place. Food and service are always great. Nice ambiance. However prices are a bit much for Queens and the menu has not been changed in the past 3 years.

Pros: friendly, good food

Cons: pricey, same menu for years

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I'm not sure what some of the recent reviewers were expecting - you want salty food at any restuarant, then sorry, you're probably gonna have to add salt! My wife and I eat here pretty often - it's just down the street, and we're glad to have such a great place so near us. They've got some of the best french toast you'll ever eat for Sunday brunch, and while their dinner menu hasn't changed much in the past few years, their food is reliable and they I always find something new in their chicken or fish specials, which are usually prepared with a red or white wine-based sauce. Everyone I've ever taken here has been impressed, and this in a neighborhood known for great European food. I've not even been to many places in Manhattan better than the Brick Cafe, especially not in this price range.

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★★★★★

I'm not sure what some of the recent reviewers were expecting - you want salty food at any restuarant, then sorry, you're probably gonna have to add salt! My wife and I eat here pretty often - it's just down the street, and we're glad to have such a great place so near us. They've got some of the best french toast you'll ever eat for Sunday brunch, and while their dinner menu hasn't changed much in the past few years, their food is reliable and they I always find something new in their chicken or fish specials, which are usually prepared with a red or white wine-based sauce. Everyone I've ever taken here has been impressed, and this in a neighborhood known for great European food. I've not even been to many places in Manhattan better than the Brick Cafe, especially not in this price range.

Pros: ambience, deep, flavorful food

Cons: fairly static menu

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I moved in the Area Several months ago, and could not wait to dine at this restaurant. What a disappointment. I went there with a party of 5. Each dish ordered (all different) was worse than the other. What a mistake! never Again.

1
★★☆☆☆

I moved in the Area Several months ago, and could not wait to dine at this restaurant. What a disappointment. I went there with a party of 5. Each dish ordered (all different) was worse than the other. What a mistake! never Again.

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I don't understand all these good reviews. Maybe it was a new chef, but the food was very mediocre. I never put salt on my food (especially at restaurants) but I used it here. I noticed other people at other tables doing it as well. I had chicken francese and I think they forgot to add the lemon. Out of our party of 3 no ones food was terribly good. The ambiance was very nice though, but you want more out of a restaurant than that.

1
★★☆☆☆

I don't understand all these good reviews. Maybe it was a new chef, but the food was very mediocre. I never put salt on my food (especially at restaurants) but I used it here. I noticed other people at other tables doing it as well. I had chicken francese and I think they forgot to add the lemon. Out of our party of 3 no ones food was terribly good. The ambiance was very nice though, but you want more out of a restaurant than that.

Pros: food, price

Cons: decor

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I have no idea what the last reviewer was talking about, I do know why it has such a high rating. The food is good, the service is not bad at all, they are always packed, and everytime I went had no complaints. So trust me, it is worth trying, you will be happy, and you will return.

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★★★★☆

I have no idea what the last reviewer was talking about, I do know why it has such a high rating. The food is good, the service is not bad at all, they are always packed, and everytime I went had no complaints. So trust me, it is worth trying, you will be happy, and you will return.

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I dont know how it has such a high rating. The food is nothing stupendous, and the service is way below par. Who has ever been to a restaurant that takes your cake to refridgerate it and then refuses to serve your cake after your meal? Not to mention a $400 tab. Will never return again. There are MUCH better restaurants everywhere.

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★★☆☆☆

I dont know how it has such a high rating. The food is nothing stupendous, and the service is way below par. Who has ever been to a restaurant that takes your cake to refridgerate it and then refuses to serve your cake after your meal? Not to mention a $400 tab. Will never return again. There are MUCH better restaurants everywhere.

Pros: Ambiance

Cons: Expensive, Poor Service, Not enough space

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Aesthetically it's lovely. The waitress came to our table once for our order, but then we were tended to by who I thought was the hostess. That's okay, but it's hard to judge what tip to leave since we didn't know who it's going to. The food's a wee bit overpriced, but not outrageous. I ordered the Brick salad which was delicious, but I'm not really picky. My husband ordered a hamburger which he loved, and he's picky! The ambiance was relaxing and romantic that I did not want to leave. Excellent for a date. I wouldn't say it would be good for a large group; it's not a big place. The menu is not for the buffalo-wings-for-appetizers type, but I'm sure they'd certainly find something to order. It was pleasantly crowded. We were seated right away, but it was after normal dinner hours. I would absolutely go again.

2
★★★★☆

Aesthetically it's lovely. The waitress came to our table once for our order, but then we were tended to by who I thought was the hostess. That's okay, but it's hard to judge what tip to leave since we didn't know who it's going to. The food's a wee bit overpriced, but not outrageous. I ordered the Brick salad which was delicious, but I'm not really picky. My husband ordered a hamburger which he loved, and he's picky! The ambiance was relaxing and romantic that I did not want to leave. Excellent for a date. I wouldn't say it would be good for a large group; it's not a big place. The menu is not for the buffalo-wings-for-appetizers type, but I'm sure they'd certainly find something to order. It was pleasantly crowded. We were seated right away, but it was after normal dinner hours. I would absolutely go again.

Pros: friendly staff, ambiance, good food

Cons: staff organization, a bit pricey, odd menu

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I have not once been disappointed by Brick. The service is wonderful, the food is delicious everytime. I usually order the specials but if not there are at least 5 great dishes that I would choose from any given night. The best SOUP I've EVER tasted anywhere. You must go!!!

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★★★★★

I have not once been disappointed by Brick. The service is wonderful, the food is delicious everytime. I usually order the specials but if not there are at least 5 great dishes that I would choose from any given night. The best SOUP I've EVER tasted anywhere. You must go!!!

Pros: Food, Service, Value

Cons: None

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If you want Manhattan, stay in Manhattan; this is a great local place with a pretty good wine list and a very talented chef. I don't know that I have ever been disappointed by the standard menu or the specials. If there is a wait, try the lounge area next door. Service can be a bit sketchy and this is not cheap eats, but overall Brick is definitely one of my favorites.

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★★★★★

If you want Manhattan, stay in Manhattan; this is a great local place with a pretty good wine list and a very talented chef. I don't know that I have ever been disappointed by the standard menu or the specials. If there is a wait, try the lounge area next door. Service can be a bit sketchy and this is not cheap eats, but overall Brick is definitely one of my favorites.

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If you don't feel like a trek into Manhattan, stay in Astoria and go to Brick. It's a great date place - the food is good but expensive. The atmosphere is romantic. But the service is slow and confusing. And, every time I've walked by, they had a 20-minute waiting list. If I wanted to wait, I'd go into the city and eat at Balthazar's.

2
★★★★☆

If you don't feel like a trek into Manhattan, stay in Astoria and go to Brick. It's a great date place - the food is good but expensive. The atmosphere is romantic. But the service is slow and confusing. And, every time I've walked by, they had a 20-minute waiting list. If I wanted to wait, I'd go into the city and eat at Balthazar's.

Pros: Romantic, Good food

Cons: Expensive, Crowded, Weird service

 

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