Brixx Wood Fired Pizza appears to be built around two fundamentals that should have them destined for great success: good pizza and a nice craft beer selection. Not that it’s necessary, but they actually have some food beyond pizza as well. To sample something else before the pizza, I did try their bruschetta. It was pretty good, but it was a little heavy on the toasted bread compared the amount of tomatoes and mozzarella in my opinion. It was too late for me, but I should note that I saw someone order breadsticks later, and they looked tasty. Based on appearance, I think they might be a better option than the bruschetta, unless you are trying to eat a little healthier.
I ordered the Bronx Bomber as my pizza selection, and I also sampled my wife’s Margherita. The crust was thin on both, but how it was cooked varied slightly. My Bronx Bomber had some light charring on the edges, but the crust of her Margherita was softer overall and had no charring. Both were good, and perhaps they will take your preference as to how you like the crust cooked. My favorite part of the Bronx Bomber was the meat, and the sausage was somewhat spicy as advertised. I believe those who like somewhat sweet sauces would enjoy the red sauce at Brixx. If I had to change one thing about my pizza, I would have preferred for it to have slightly more cheese. Overall, I would say their pizza is above average but not one of my absolute favorites. Brixx is definitely worth checking out, and I think its craft beer selection would actually be a slightly bigger draw for me than their pizza itself.
What I Ate: Bronx Bomber and Margherita
Brixx Wood Fired Pizza
8594 E. 116th St
Fishers, IN 46038