While The Brick House restaurant has undergone a total facelift and dramatic expansion, its design and décor are a perfect marriage of traditional charm and contemporary style. All around you is the evidence of this landmark building, from the solid oak beam that serves as the fireplace mantle and dates back nearly 200 years, to the exposed brick walls that recall a long-ago era.
Built in 1851 as the Terhune House by early settlers in Bergen County, this historic structure has undergone numerous additions and renovations over the decades, all maintaining the integrity of this Federal Greek Revival architectural gem.
A restaurant since 1951, The Brick House has grown in recent years to accommodate the increasing demand for the fine food and elegant atmosphere found there. Owner Aldo Cascio bought the Brick House in 1997 and created a reputation for mouth-watering steaks and a distinctive dining experience. Seeing the need for a more upscale, tasteful banquet facility in Bergen County, he decided to re-create the Brick House again into the area’s pre-eminent catering venue.
The Brick House now offers banquet facilities for up to 150 guests, while also providing distinctive private dining rooms and other unique spaces. Its spacious new layout offers both flexibility and flow that take your guests from a bountiful cocktail hour to sumptuous dinner and beyond, in gorgeous surroundings. What’s more, our menus are every bit as flexible as our new space, with packages to meet every taste and budget, customized to meet your particular needs and desires.