One of the smaller brixx I’ve visited in another designed shopping center with a fountain in the middle. Anyway, beer list is that of a typical brixx, some good nationals, some seasonals, and some locals. Love the Monday late specials where 2 can basically eat for the price of one.
Probably my favorite Brixx of any I’ve visited so far. They definitely had the most taps as well as the most amount of local and seasonal stuff as well. The pizzas are consistently excellent. The service was fantastic. I saw a manager spend a good 20 minutes trying to convince an obviously inebriated guy not to drive even going so far as to buy him pizza to nosh on while waiting for the cab the manager also paid for. I thought they really went above and beyond on that one. I just wish they’d stop serving beer in refrigerated glasses.
Nice draft selection for a pizza place. Had about 15-20 to choose from with a nice balance of locals. Good pizza and good deals on draft some nights.
JCB (289) Durham, North Carolina | January 26, 2010| Updated March 30, 2013
Not a bad joint, if something compels you to go somewhere other than Tylers, the Fed, or Milltown. Typical suburban, low-lighting, chrome and high ceilings joint. Low level food but cheap and inoffensive. Service was really good. 24 or so taps with bottles in addition, and there was a nice amount of representation for NC and VA brews for sure (on top of which there were good offerings from Bells, Boulder, Allagash, and other fine micros). Enjoyed my time here.
I’ve been to this Brixx more times than I can count, mostly on Mondays for their incredible draft special. It used to be $1.50 for a pint of any domestic, and while it did go up to $1.95 recently, it’s still a great deal. I love the pizzas, all of which are the right size for a single serving meal (unless you’re REALLY hungry.) The domestic beer list is basically all draft, around 25 choices with a nice lean on the local NC breweries. The list changes by season, but you’ll typically find a couple Bells and Rogues, a few California brews, 6 or 8 NC beers, and a couple other standard micros mixed in. My only complaint about the beer list is they sometimes change too much seasonally....the last time I went in (in late June), they had a lot of pale ales and hefes, which is fine expected that time of year, but Guinness was the only stout or porter on the whole list. Obviously, a minor complaint with a great place.
The best, ever changing beer selection in the triangle. Brixx doesn’t need 100 tap handles to bring you the goods. 25 taps with over 8 local beers. Better than their beer list is their beer specials, especially Monday, $1.50 domestic drafts, all domestic drafts. Where else can you get a Dogfish Head 60 minute IPA or a Bell’s Kalamazoo for $1.50??
The food is simple and delicious, the menu consists of several pasta’s, wood fired pizza’s, snadwiches and salads, and you won’t get gouged, the price is right.
Go here with friends!
Small place, very bright inside, noisy, small-but-good menu, with delicious salads, good sandwiches and pizza. It’s no smokingwhich is REALLY something on Tobacco Road. Not too creative on draught selections, but has some locals, and some really good beers, but expect them to be out from time to time. Beer specials on Mondaysmicros, and Thursdaysimports. They do have a sampler of four beers if you want it. Try the Spinach salad with honey chipotle dressingvery good.
Been here numerous times with the family. A decent draught selection with many of the familiar (craft beer) faces and always at least 3-4 locals. Food is pretty good and very moderately priced. Beer is a good deal too, but I doubt there selection will excite the average ratebeerian.
Pizza joint in Meadowmont just outside the center of Chapel Hill. They have 25-30 draught beers include multiple local North Carolina craft brews. More in bottles. You can get flights of different beers. The pizza is okay.
Megan (17) Durham, North Carolina | September 29, 2005