The brunch and dinner bites at Joey's Brickhouse are crafted with care to provide comfort, companionship, and the metabolic energy required to consolidate your credit for up to 48 hours, assuming a healthy digestive system. Classic brunch omelettes and skillets are complemented with creative Jewish staples, such as fried matzoh ($7) and home-smoked lox, eggs, and onion on a toasted bagel with cream cheese ($8). For some lighter brunch-time fare, enjoy an ahi-tuna and avocado salad ($10) or a Southern-fried chicken sandwich ($8). Dinner appetites ignite with the savory flavors of sloppy-joey cheesy fries and six-cheese artichoke dip with bagel chips, preparing palates for decadent Italian-infused entrees. Joey's Brickhouse has mastered the simple succulence of spaghetti and meatballs, deftly adding sausage and parmesan to the mouthwatering mix, whereas the layered flavors of braised lamb shank over noodles and white-wine-stewed tomatoes will tickle your every taste bud in a way that makes Willie Wonka's three-course-meal gum blush. The restaurant also offers homemade pizza pies, made your way ($12–$15).