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Brickhouse Pizza & Grille LLC
European Restaurant
Today 11:00 am – 12:30 am
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5 Clifton Country Rd Clifton Park, NY 12065
5 Clifton Country RdUSNYClifton Park12065
European Restaurant, Italian RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 12:30 am
Monday 11:00 am – 12:30 amTuesday 11:00 am – 12:30 amWednesday 11:00 am – 12:30 amThursday 11:00 am – 2:30 amFriday 11:00 am – 2:30 amSaturday 11:00 am – 2:30 amSunday 11:00 am – 12:30 am
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People talk about wood fired, new york style, gluten free, chicken parm and boneless wings
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Jessica Elizabeth
reviewed 2 months ago
Called for Lunch, took 20 minutes (no kidding) just to order 4 sandwiches and an appetizer. After being told 20-25 minutes it was more like 45. I work in a small office that everyday we try and order from another local business. So $48.00 later today we are unsatisfied. The chips for the spinach dip are stale and soggy, weird. The spinach dip has no flavor and is chilled. None of the dips included had a flavor. Very bland. Carelessly made. I would not recommend this place for the poor quality of food you get for the price. You would be better off at Subway or McDonalds. ****I gave it one star just to be able to post it!
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Robin Lamb
reviewed a year ago
The pizza was incredibly greasy. It tasted like grease. I couldn't taste the sauce at all. The waitress forgot parts of our order.
A Google User
reviewed a year ago
Ordered a pizza and salad for pick up. Seemed like a quick idea for dinner. When I got there this guy who barely spoke any English told me to wait a few minutes. 15 minutes later it was ready. Then he didn't know how much it was so he went to ask., came back and said $28, I gave him $30 and he asked "do you want your change? ". It's a pick up order! Of course I want my change you dumb spic! Not wanting to wait for him to go on another mission for my change I told him to keep it! Food is great though if you can tolerate the down syndrome employees...
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Chelsea Mancucci
reviewed a year ago
The food was okay. Pizza is good, not the best in Clifton Park at all. I had the auju sandwhich and it was HORRIBLE. The bread was hard yet soggy so everything fell through and they forgot the auju sauce. What makes me say I will NEVER be going back though is the service. I felt like there was no management at all. The first time I ate in my boyfriend and I waited half an hour for someone to even come to our table, after 45 minutes still nothing so we went to leave and they offered us 25% off our check if we stayed. Then we went again a few months after that and then again, poor poor service. All the weighters were standing around doing nothing and it was hard to even flag someone down. I do not recommend.
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chirag patel
reviewed a year ago
Nice food
A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
I was super excited about this place, especially considering that Arizona pizza was terrible. My wife and I went over the weekend and sat down. The food was really good, but the service was HORRIBLE. The waitress was unfriendly and inattentive, our wings came out mild instead of medium, my burger came out without the tomato or lettuce (then had to wait 5 minutes before she brought them to me after pointing it out), we had to wait 15 minutes for our check, then after getting it we could not get her to come take it so we could pay (we were using a card). I understand the concept that when you first open you have to get the kinks out, but it is not excuse for terrible service. Terrible service is what sunk Arizona Pizza. Fast forward to tonight, we wanted to give it another try and avoid the bad service so we got take-out. We ordered the "wood-fired" pizza and wings. We open the box and the cheese was half off the pizza and the bottom so soggy and thin that the pizza looked like a soup in the middle and to top it off it didn't look like wood-fired, it was most clearly NY style (but our bill clearly said wood-fired). We called to express our displeasure and were told by a "manager" that the wood-fired is just like NY style so that is why we thought that...WHY would you have to identical style pizzas???? How did they remedy the situation after insulting our intelligence by telling us that?? We could drive all the way back and give them a new one, which we declined, so they offered us 10% off our next visit...unfortunately there will be no next visit.
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