They had good food. However, the pizza was too cheesy. The pasta was great, but the desserts are not good.
We went at 7:30p on a Sunday night, right after the crowd left to attend a concert next door at the Mayo Arts Center so the place was empty. We had excellent service and good to pretty good food. We all liked our food and there were no complaints. I would not say it was very good since there are... More
Five of us met here and thought we had a pretty good meal. The next morning, two of us got horrible food poisoning symptoms (and had not eaten the same things). Management has been less than responsive. Avoid this place!
When my wife and I decided to try the Brick Oven we were expecting a run of the mill pizza restaurant. We were surprised to find a upscale Italian restaurant with delicious entrees. We both has the salmon and it was cooked to perfection with delicate vegetables. They also have an extension wine list which really surprised me since we... More
8 of us went out for lunch here recently. It was okay. The majority of us had their personal pizzas, while some of us had pasta dishes. The pizza was okay. The service was a little slow. Overall there was really nothing memorable about this restaurant. Will I come back? Probably not.
It pains me to even give The Brick Oven one star because I consider that to be far too many. The hub and I tried this place for the first time this past Sunday because I was jonesing for either flatbread pizza, or thin crust pizza. We couldn't have showed up at a worse time...most of the tables inside had... More
You can enjoy a great pizza or a dish of pasta right before the show at the Mayo Theater. The place is very busy so reservations are a must but the food was excellent
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