- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
In the case of Brixx Wood Fired Pizza, the light bulb went on while Operating Partner Eric Horsley was skiing in Colorado. Heading back to Charlotte, Eric shared his idea with Managing Partners Jeff Van Dyke and Barbara Bodford-Morgan. Together they conceived of a restaurant that applied fine dining techniques and quality to casual, everyday food. Love of great pizza with a good beer is universal. So the goal was to keep it simple and fun but add a unique style.
But, how do you stand apart from the competition big and small? Simple: just add fire.
Our brick ovens enhance the natural flavors of our quality ingredients, giving our pizza that amazing, wood-fired taste. We also bake focaccia bread each day for our delectable sandwiches. We also embrace how inventive you can be with pizza, appealing to a wide range if palates and dietary needs. We offer vegan and vegetarian options, whole-wheat crust and gluten-free menu items. We think everyone should be able to enjoy a slice of pizza when they want.
Finally, by offering local and national craft beers and microbrews with a great wine selection, Brixx gives you a fresh alternative to “pizza and beer.”
The first Brixx Wood Fired Pizza opened in 1998 in the historic Dilworth neighborhood. And, we’ve never turned back. We have more than 30 locations in the Southeast, and franchise opportunities for more.
Brixx is all about community. It’s why every Brixx restaurant is a little different, like a cute little snowflake. We want to be the neighborhood restaurant and get involved in the communities around our stores and customers.
It’s not just about local craft beers and special menu items either—we want our neighborhoods to thrive. One way we help with that is community fundraising with our Brixx Buxx event.
I worked at Brixx Wood Fired Pizza full-time (More than a year)
The management was awesome. I loved my co-workers and it was like a big family there.
None. This is an awesome job.
I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at Brixx Wood Fired Pizza.
Sit down interview, brief and easy. Lasted for about 30 to 40 minutes. Went over resume for half of the interview asking questions about previous work experience. The interviewer was pleasant and easy to talk too.
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