Brixx pizza does not impress

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Madi Calvert, Reporter

Madi Calvert– Located at 8954 E 116th Street, as part of the Depot, an upcoming combination of apartments and shops, Brixx wood fired pizza did not live up to the high expectations I had for it. I usually love wood fired pizza, but the way Brixx prepared it just did not thrill me.

The pizzeria’s menu also offers a selection of appetizers, salads, sandwiches, pasta, wraps and desserts. Plus, catering is available along with a select menu for kids. The food is about what you would expect for a cheap, greasy pizza place, except it is not incredibly cheap. If I’m paying $8.50 for a ten-inch pizza, I would appreciate if it tasted decent.

The crust was almost too thin, and had a chalky texture. The cheese was goopy, and there was way too much sauce. Prior to eating the food for myself, I heard a lot of the same objections from friends. Reviews on Yelp are not kind to the chain restaurant either.

Brixx Pizza
Picture taken by Madi Calvert at Brixx pizza.

Though the restaurant was decorated nicely and had a mellow, indie feel to it, the food just was not good enough to make me want to return.