Party Earth Review Weekend warriors who like their French toast with a side of bubbly need look no further than Brick NYC, an elegant Tribeca eatery with a Sunday brunch that’s both delicious and scandalous. An intimate restaurant dressed... ... read full review
22 Warren Street
New York, NY 10007
1, 2, 3, A, C: Chambers Street
M–W 11am–10pm, Th–F 11am–11pm, Sa–Su 3–10pm
Tribeca, New York –
Weekend warriors who like their French toast with a side of bubbly need look no further than Brick NYC, an elegant Tribeca eatery with a Sunday brunch that’s both delicious and scandalous.
An intimate restaurant dressed in crisp white linen, the venue woos trust funders and party girls dressed to the nines and in the mood for afternoon breakfast pizzas, gourmet soups, and a few complimentary glasses of rosé.
That is, until the DJ arrives and the tables turn into dance platforms, the air fills with fake smoke, loud hip-hop, and lasers, and sparkler-topped champagne bottles are paraded through the room.
Lower-key fashionistas and old-school foodies tend to stick by the narrow front bar to sip cocktails and linger over late lunches, watching as energetic couples writhe on their chairs to the loud beats.
During the week, Brick adopts a considerably more laid-back attitude, with stylish groups of Tribeca locals stopping in for Italian eats and Happy Hour Chardonnay in the dining room, especially on Tuesday nights when a live jazz band takes the stage to bop out mellow tunes to an appreciative crowd of edgy couples.
On the weekends, high rollers looking to top off their Saturday night show up for the late afternoon Sunday brunch, though the door can prove difficult for unexpected guests.
Exclusive yet personable, Brick NYC is the perfect spot for both spirited foodies and limitless clubbers who want to keep the weekend going long after Saturday night.
Classy clubbers, trust funders, party girls, boozy foodies, and fashionistas, 20s to 30s.
DJs spin mellow beats most nights, with heavier party tunes during brunch. Live jazz on Tuesdays.
Full Italian and American menu including skirt steaks, orrechiette, and eggplant parmesan.
Appetizers $5+, sandwiches $10+, entrées $10+. Beer $6+, wine $8+/glass or $28+/bottle, cocktails $8+.
Downtown dressy: nice dresses, button-downs without ties, sports jackets, heels, leather shoes, fancy jeans.
Tuesday nights for live jazz and Sunday afternoons for epic party brunches.