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“Rustic, chic it could be called, the way Brick Café is made of the construction materials of old iron, brick and heavy wood.  Candles and Moroccan lamps provide the perfect romantic glow, and the huge windows open the entire front to the street, overlooking sidewalk seating on this tranquil, tree-lined street.  The cozy couch nooks and elevated lounge sections give the place incredible warmth and depth but the crowd is what makes it unique.  The Bosnian owned café feels European in every sense, from the mixed ages to the variety of languages heard…People may be drinking coffee or liquor, casually dressed or decked out, but no one seems out of place among the flickering glow and liquid cool music that ranges from house to Serge Gainsbourg."

Dan Glass, AOL Local Guide, 2002

“In recent years, Astoria has been experiencing a shift in its population.  Long a diverse enclave of new immigrants, the neighborhood increasingly has been attracting young Manhattan professionals searching for cheaper housing.  The transition now seems complete with the opening of the Brick Café, which feels more like yuppified Brooklyn Heights or the Upper East Side than Queens.  It’s a stylish, sophisticated restaurant with a continental and Mediterranean inspired menu.  The attractive dining room evokes a cozy European country inn, with a dark wood floor, sturdy wooden tables and copper-toned tin ceiling.  In the evenings, the mood is romantic, with lights kept low and white lace curtains draping the tall windows.” Newsday, December 27, 2002.

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