Brick House Pizza, Pasta & Deli resembles an old-school pizzeria. So although familiar items such as garlic knots, eggplant parmigiana, and baked ziti quiet hunger pangs, pizzas are the true stars of the menu.
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The dining room shares the menu's casual, rustic charm and ties to the Big Apple. Vintage license plates and taxi signs, framed sports memorabilia, and photographs of famous bagels adorn the stucco walls. Some tables even feature checkered tablecloths, which complement the space's burgundy booths and dark brickwork.
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Ray’s New York Pizza offers a menu filled with delicious New York–style pizzas, pastas, salads, sandwiches, and more, all made from fresh ingredients. Start out by throwing on your best bomb-squad costume and carefully approaching an explosive plate of chicken bursts ($6.75) served with ranch, garlic, or hot sauce, and top it off with a warm bowl of chili ($2.99). Alternately, use bits of candy corn you saved from last Halloween to lure a chicken, gyro, or veggie-filled pita wrap ($7.50) into your mouth trap. Pizzas can be procured in classically foldable slices ($2.75–$4.25) or in 14-inch ($14.15–$18.70), 16-inch ($16.50–$21.25), or 18-inch ($17.75–$22.75) sizes. Meat lovers will appreciate Ray’s meat pizza, which features pepperoni, sausage, ham, and meatballs, while the gourmet veggie pizza will delight herbivores and herbivoyeurs with a conglomeration of eggplant, zucchini, yellow squash, and other legumes.