Thursday, July 21, 2016

"Throwback Thursday" Historic Restaurant Chronicles-Vol 16

“Throwback Thursday”
Historic Restaurant Chronicles – Vol 16

The Brick House – Wyckoff, New Jersey

Many New Jersey natives are proud of and often embrace the history behind the state. The Brick House, located in Wyckoff, New Jersey is one of the many historic locations that locals love to visit for a cozy NJ meal. Dating back almost 170 years, The Brick House continues to offer a dramatic and historic dining experience seven days a week. The structure was originally built in 1851 and was given the name Terhune House. According to the restaurant’s official website,, it was built by early settlers and has undergone several drastic expansions yet remains an architectural gem within the Garden State. The building can accommodate any occasion or party with up to 150 people, as it now has a banquet room, main dining room, main bar, wine cellar, cigar bar, and even a private dining room.

The location has been serving spectacular, elegant meals to customers since becoming a restaurant in 1951. The current owner, Aldo Cascio, bought The Brick House in 1997. Additionally, Cascio is the chef at The Brick House, is a naïve of Sicily, and focuses on serving fine steaks, chops, and seafood. He has received rave reviews for his food from Wyckoff Magazine and from Commerce- The Business of New Jersey. Cascio continues to add and modify the menu as The Brick House is committed to delivering a quality, fine-dining experience, which is explained on their official website. They are open Monday- Thursday from 12pm-10pm, Friday from 12pm-11pm, Saturday 5pm-11pm, and Sunday 1pm-9pm. For more information please visit their website at or call 201-848-1211.

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