After seeing the name 'Brick Oven" we walked up the side street to look at their menu, and to our delight they did have Brick Oven Pizza! We are world travelers, and my husband is a true lover of pizza. (we had one in Rome with "everything" that included a fried egg! It was good!) He had the "Brick" and said it was great, with just the right amount of "char" on the bottom that comes with a good pizza cooked in a brick oven. I had the Cajun pasta, a local favorite (so the server told me) and it was great!! The sauce was so good I had to have extra bread so that I could sop it all up. Yum city! We had a nice bottle of wine with it (an Italian Zonan), and were served by a charming young woman with a great personality who did a great job. (Thanks Cary!)
The atmosphere is charming too. Really cozy and nice.
If you want "American" pizza, it is on the menu, but we didn't try it, however it might suit those who are used to commercial pizzas.