Eating while riding horseback was pioneered by the efficient Mongols, who also adjusted to reading, receiving haircuts, and filling out their taxes atop their four-legged mobiles. Enjoy the convenience of chairs and tables with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $25 worth of Italian fare and wine at Brick NYC in the heart of Tribeca.
Brick NYC, dressed with white linen tablecloths and exposed-brick, offers a rotating menu of seasonal small plates, pizza, and pasta prepared with fresh, regional ingredients. Nibble on a collection of small plates—eggplant rollatini ($11), and crispy calamari with lemon aioli and fra diavlo ($14)—or go with a satisfying sandwich like the rosemary chicken breast and mozzarella ($12), or the classic meatball parmigian ($12), served with your choice of shoestring French fries, seasonal veggies, penne pomodoro, or a house salad. For something heartier to fill your belly bag, feast on the portabello mushroom salad ($16), the New York steak salad ($15), or the simply chopped iceberg wedge ($10) with cherry tomatoes to slingshot at enemies. Brick's namesake dishes are thin-crust, brick-oven pizzas (whole wheat crust available) made with San Marzano tomatoes, including the roasted crimini mushrooms, Italian ham, asiago cheese and truffle oil ($15). Pair plates with a fine vintage from the wine bar.
- All in all, I enjoyed this restaurant and would highly recommend it to anyone looking for what may be the best pizza in Manhattan. I will definitely return. – rachel096, TripAdvisor
- The food was honestly great. Nicely portioned and very reasonable. Artichoke and spinach dip is a meal in itself! Delicious. – David W., Yelp
“My love of cooking started in childhood making raviolis with my mother and grandmother,” Brick NYC's executive chef Warren Schierenbeck told Food Network in his finalist interview for the Chopped competition. The man behind Brick NYC's authentic Italian cuisine, Schierenbeck applies his childhood experiences when preparing large portions of colorful, handcrafted pastas, artisan bread, and cured meats. At wine-tasting and pizza-making events, Schierenbeck's team of convivial foodsmiths shares its culinary know-how, elucidating the olfactory properties of Italian and American varietals and teaching basic math by slicing pizzas into fractions. The restaurant's airy, rustic dining hall sets the stage for both dining and learning, surrounding patrons in brick walls draped with orange curtains.
22 Warren St.
New York, New York 10007Get Directions