Brick Oven Pizza remains a Dobb’s staple

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Brick Oven Pizza remains a Dobb’s staple

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If you speed-walk from Masters, you can make it to Brick Oven Pizza in 6 minutes. When you walk in, you’re greeted by the scent of bread baking and garlic. In addition to pizza, The Brick Oven has a case full of every ice cream imaginable and italian ices.

 

Spinach Pizza: I ordered this pizza to make myself feel better about eating 4 slices of pizza. Anything with spinach has got to be healthy, right? This pizza had a thin layer of goat cheese and I kid you not, a centimeter thick layer of mozzarella. There was just enough spinach that you could taste it but not enough to overwhelm the bite; a solid B+.

 

Chicken Parmigiana Pizza: This one’s pretty self-explanatory. The crust is thin and doesn’t really support the weight of the chicken, so be sure to take some napkins. But still, it’s great pizza.

 

Baked Ziti Pizza: Contrary to the name, it’s actually penne that is baked onto the pizza.

Garlic Knots: These are the ultimate bundles of garlicky joy. They’re soft and chewy and when you pull them apart hot steam bursts out and angels sing. The garlic knots come with a side of tomato sauce to dip and come in an order of 3.
This is the pizza place. The slices are the size of my head, the crust is thin and crispy- I would recommend The Brick Oven to anyone who likes pizza. Or who doesn’t like pizza, the garlic knots are worth it.

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