Has anyone been to Brickyard Bistro in New Rochelle?
Has a rather nice write up in the Nibbles section of the March issue of Westchester Magazine.
Interesting note: Serve Brunch until 4:00 PM every day.
We went there for dinner last Friday. Very pleasant place to eat. We started off with the ginger glazed calamari, which was very good. My husband had the maple pork chop, which was served with mashed potatoes and vegetable of the day. He really liked the dish. I had a special-- tuna with a pear salsa. The concept was nice, but the tuna was a little overcooked and salty. Not bad, but could have been better. The service could not have been nicer.
While this is not, in my opinion, unforgettable food worth a long trip, I think Brickyard Bistro is a terrific neighborhood spot with a friendly, quirky vibe. What's more, the prices are great-- entrees average around $15 for a reasonable portion of good food. It is BYOB right now, but there is a liquor store nearby. I plan to try it soon for lunch/brunch.
I have been there a couple of time and the food is good. It is very convenient since I live across the street at the Avalon. The calamari is great, the lemon-ricotta pancakes and also the ravioli....mmmm..The owners are very nice as well. I hope they do well and stay a while. I know its tough in this economy
I've had brunch and dinner at Brickyard Bistro several times .The food is delicious and the owners Maja and her husband couldn't be nicer. My favorite dishes include pumpkin ravioli, crab cakes, and chicken corden bleu- For breakfast I enjoy the stuffed french toast and the lemon ricotta pancakes- They still don't have their liquor license so it's BYOW-