Brixx Wood Fired Pizza
Ratings: 13 | Reviews: 11 | Display Reviews Only:
4.13/5 rDev +5.9%
I live in Greenville and have visited this location 25+ times. I can only remember one time that our service was sub par, but that was with a waitress that was new. As other reviewers have mentioned, this store is usually crowded, especially at dinner time any day of the week, and lunch on Sundays. Good selection of beer, and 1/2 priced bottles of wine on Sunday. This store is in the Greenville city limits, so beer is available on Sunday. Favorite pizza is the Mexican pizza, Try it, you won't be disappointed.
06-24-2013 20:03:56 | More by brotherofbrewboyky
3.68/5 rDev -5.6%
Brixx is the place that my friends and i would come to when it was somebodies birthday, and order beer and buy one get one free pizza after 10. the atmosphere is decent, but most of the time it is very crowded and it is very hard to get around. the service is really good. ive gone in here before with groups of around 25, and the waitresses have been able to handle that kind of group no problem. as far as beer they have a decent selection. they have good local stuff, and you can usually find something you want every time you go in. the food is another reason to go. this is pretty good pizza, and the other stuff on the menu is good too. go for the pizza and the beer is extra.
06-03-2011 15:40:09 | More by dbhall
3.93/5 rDev +0.8%
I go here every so often and love the food.The pizza's always taste fresh and are a good change of pace from most pizza places.As far as beer goes they usually have a decent selection of draft beer.Usually from local breweries but sometimes they suprise me with something different and unique.I beleive the first time I had a Flying Dog brew was from here years ago.The servers as well as the bartenders are always friendly and some know a good bit about the beer which is a plus.Not a bad place to go to and the prices are resonable as well.
03-30-2011 02:45:56 | More by Jambarino
3.8/5 rDev -2.6%
Eaten here quite a few times. The food and service is always excellent. I suggest their pizza or calzones. As long as you like the toppings they have listed you should be good to go with anything they offer in these sections. Even though the beer selection is not the largest I can always find something that I wouldn't mind drinking. But there are typically some good beers in-stock for your choosing, but nothing extravagant. Definitely stop in here for the food if nothing else, you won't regret it.
05-07-2010 12:59:56 | More by thagr81us
4.05/5 rDev +3.8%
honestly, i come here more for the pizza (which is excellent) than for the beer, as it is right by my place of work. that said, they've got a better selection than most bars in the area, especially for a place with only 12-15 or so taps. they seem to try and mix their selection up every once in a while. i love that they have oskar blues on tap...old chub & dale's last time i was in. occasionally they have seasonals, with the awesome Terrapin Coffee Oatmeal Stout on tap at last visit. the service is also excellent, and the servers are very friendly & helpful.
01-15-2010 15:47:11 | More by branimal9
3.68/5 rDev -5.6%
Stopped by here after a beer run.
Atmosphere is alright. It's in a shopping center so the only view you get is cars driving by. In the center of the restaurant there is a nice view of the fire oven. Ample seating inside with a few TV's and a few tables outside as well.
Quality is alright. My beer came with the proper amount of head but in an unmarked, chilled pint glass - at least it wasn't icy as is sometimes the case at Taco Mac restaurants in Atlanta.
Service is good - we didn't have to wait long to place an order and the food and beverage came out quickly.
Selection is decent - with all of the talk I've heard on the forum here I expected a bit more, but others are correct that they don't have any "macros". Taps include three from local brewery Thomas Creek, Magic Hat #9, Yuengling, Hoegaarden, Bass, etc. Nothing out of the ordinary, but there are enough to find something you'll like.
Food is very good. I had a pizza and was impressed - thin crust with ample toppings and cheese.
Value is good, right about what I would expect for a pizza place.
Overall this isn't a place to go out of your way for, but worth a stop if you're in the area.
04-29-2009 15:16:08 | More by glid02
4/5 rDev +2.6%
Stopped by last weekend with the wife and son. Located in the Shops at Greenridge right off I-85 on Wooodruff Rd. Huge selection of beers on tap (around 30) and not a BMC in sight. Blue Moon and Yuengling were the most predestrian beers available. Pints were $3.50 to $4.25 with locals well represented (Highland, Carolina and Terrapin). I settled on a Terrapin Rye Ale. The wife had a salad and my son and I split a pizza. Both were very fresh and tasty. They have some kind of club that rewards you after so many pints. Nice patio on the side of the building. Not a bad place to knock down a few while the wife spends your hard earned dough at all the shops nearby.
01-26-2009 18:21:31 | More by clemtig76
3.93/5 rDev +0.8%
I went during the week after 10pm (Buy one pizza/appetizer get one free) and I was never disappointed. The beer selection was decent, nothing that will knock your socks off but it did have a few local brews from Thomas Creek and R.J. Rockers, which was very nice to see! The food, a.k.a. pizza, was phenomenal and very comparable to California Pizza Kitchen in style and price. Overall a very nice place to relax, get some cheap and good food, served with your favorite pint of brew! They also have a "Beer Club" and you get to indulge in all the types of beer they have on tap and draft!
10-27-2008 21:57:13 | More by VaTechHopHead
Brixx Wood Fired Pizza in Greenville, SC
89 out of 100 based on 13 ratings.