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About Permanently Closed - Brick & Bottle
This restaurant is permanently closed.
Brick & Bottle is a Michelin guide recommended classic Californian fare restaurant in Madera. While the menu is exceptional, a popular favorite is the prix fixe three-course meal which changes to take advantage of whatever is freshest. There is also a happy hour menu in addition to the dinner menu.
There are a number of notable items on the Brick & Bottle dinner menu. For example, the house ground beef burger is made with a combination of short rib, chuck and brisket for an exceptional flavor. A number of add-ons are available to customize your burger to your liking, such as brie, coleslaw, three types of aioli, fried egg, avocado, blue cheese, goat cheese, caramelized onion and more. The menu at Brick & Bottle also includes wood stone oven gourmet pizza, steaks and many more main entr�es.
Corte Madera, CA 94925
Californian, Contemporary American, Steak
Hours of Operation:
The sun has set – thank you for your patronage!
Our lease is up and the restaurant is now closed.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private Party Facilities:
For Private Dinners we offer the Brick Room (Capacity up to 38) and the Madera Room (capacity up to 45). For Private Luncheons, our entire restaurant is available (capacity up to 150).
Private Party Contact:
Sherry Bradley: (855) 818-0536
Brick & Bottle - Permanently Closed Ratings and Reviews
The entire evening went very well. We did have a reservation, were seated immediately, and had excellent service. We each had a drink and were served with some wonderful bread. Our salads arrived in good time and the rest of our meal as well. We split a salad and were surprised by the large portions. Wonder what a full salad would have been like. The entrée arrived at the right time and was excellent. All in all I would highly recommend this restaurant. My only complaint is that it was a bit noisy...
We always enjoy coming to Brick and Bottle. Our kids love their cheese pizza, pasta and burger. My absolute favorite is the ahi tuna tartare appetizer, however I substitute crustini bread instead of the kettle chips that normally come with it. It is the best!!
My wife and I came here for a Valentine's Day dinner. We were very pleased with the table we received. Our waiter was a young fellow who seemed eager to please us. However, he must not have been too experienced, or else the restaurant staff is just not able to handle a full house. (I refer to this as "staffed for failure.") In any event, after a good start with drinks and our entree orders (we both ordered the surf and turf special-very good!) he sort of disappeared. Other staff members brought our salads and later our entrees. Still no waiter to order a bottle of wine. Finally we flagged him down and ordered a bottle, but then after no bottle five or ten minutes later (we're nearly done eating by now) we ordered by the glass instead. Finally we each added dessert, a butterscotch pudding for me that I thought was great. At the very end, though, the waiter added the wrong charge for these desserts, so we had to request an adjustment. He was a very nice guy but just not ready for prime time. Too bad because the food is really quite good.
While I would not go out of my way to get to Brick & Bottle, since I live not too far away I might go again. We had very good service, but the atmosphere was dominated by the broadcast of a Warriors game. No intimacy to speak of. Our food was tasty, but nothing extraordinary, and the portions were relatively small. The dessert menu needs some work. My flourless chocolate cake, for example, was very small and covered in a saccharine berry-flavored sauce of some kind. A real dessert chef would be a big plus.
We eat there often and have always enjoyed it. I had the prime rib and it was perfect as was the creamed spinach and scalloped potatoes. However, they couldn't quite get my wife's skirt steak medium rare. It came out well done and was taken back for another try. The second one was better on the fat end but well in the thinner portion. Never had that problem before. Will order rare next time
Tend to go here before a 7 pm book club at Book Passage. Although it's super convenient, I wouldn't repeatedly eat here if the food wasn't good. Have had the salads, pizza, burgers, fish, pork but my new favorite is the appetizer size P.E.I. Mussels with Andouille Sausage, Toybox Tomatoes, Cilantro-Fennel Broth, Grilled Olive Sourdough. So delicious and filling.
The bar area looks fun, and liked the TVs showing Bay Area sports (Go Warriors!).
We needed a place to meet a friend who lives further away and was familiar with the area around our home and this excellent neighborhood standard jumped to the front. Great food, private tables, attentive staff, and a very welcoming place to meet and enjoy the ambiance, which easily enhanced our time together. It's easy to find, visible but not garish, and very accessible.
We had a movie to get, the hostess informed our server and she sped things along without ever making us feel rushed. We each had a Pizza, they were generously sized, crust was delicious and crisp, and the fresh basil a treat. We enjoyed watching the open kitchen also. We will definitely be back!
We are frequent customers and in the past, the restaurant was quite good in service and food. Recently, we found some unpleasant developments.
First, a group of customers were shouting/talking extremely loud and no one actually told them to quiet down. Second, our waitress got our drinks, and desserts wrong. Third, we ordered three hamburgers (medium) but turned out to be dry and fully well-done. I was not sure whether this is the fault of the chef or the waitress.
It was one of our favorite restaurants but our recent experience was a disappointment. Hope it is not going to be a permanent phenomenon.
40 dollar rib eye tastes like it was pan fried. Very disappointing. For a great steak, go to marin joes next door. This explains why marin joes always has a 40 minutes wait and why you can walk right into brick and bottle. Whoever the owner of b and b is...please please get a new chef, focus on your restaurant and bring the food quality in line with your prices. We need another good steak house marin.
We were looking forward to this, but it certainly didn't work out. My wife's in-house salmon app was so bad that she took one bite and sent it away. The Butternut Squash soup was goopy and bland. I had the mussel app and it was very good, however, I think it caused my indigestion all the next morning. My hamburger was over-cooked (not rare) but didn't want to complain. My wife's short rib and mash was very plain and uninteresting. At least it was better than the green beans which had to have been frozen at one time. We'll not go back. Server was efficient and cheerful.
The food at the Thansgiving buffet was good, although somewhat limited for a buffet. It would have been nice to have some choices other than the traditional turkey/stuffing/etc. food. Also a little pricey for the selection, at $49/person (not including drinks), although other restaurants were charging more for Thanksgiving.
This was our second visit to Brick & Bottle. On this occasion there were 6 of us which included our sons who are good eaters. We had a variety of dishes: raw oysters, pate', roasted Brussel sprouts, squash soup, steak, salmon, beef short ribs and 2 bottles of wine. Deserts included Tiramisu, butterscotch pot au creme, coffee. All the dishes were very well prepared. I had the beef short rib which was served boneless with mashed potatoes and broccolini. The meat was fork tender and delicious. The potatoes were creamy and tasty without being salty one of my pet peeves. The waitress was very pleasant and attentive. Although the noise level was a bit elevated we did not find it annoying. Prices were well within our comfort range for this quality of food. I can easily recommend this restaurant and will certainly return.
Two adults for dinner at 7 pm. Fabulous cocktails, but felt rushed to order our entrees. Very pleasant server, though, and wonderful follow up with water and a few of the dinner details.
Totally enjoyed the rotisserie chicken and the skirt steak. Great french fries, too, and wonderful side dishes of a braised red cabbage and orzo macaroni and cheese.
Only downside for us was the noise from the kids at the adjacent tables.
We had a wonderful server in Olivia. Very attentive and wanting to please our every whim even though we were in the very back of the restaurant at our request due to the noise level in the bar and main seating area. Prime rib was generous and delicious as was the petrale sole on top of the best mashed potatoes. I'm never disappointed in this restaurant.
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