There are plenty of Italian restaurants in Fort Worth, but Brix Pizza and Wine Bar stands out among the rest.
Upon arrival, we are kindly greeted by the hostess. The décor is modest, yet warm and welcoming. The brick oven is situated in one corner of the restaurant while the wine bar lines the opposite wall. Intimate tables are scattered throughout the restaurant, and if the weather is nice, you may choose to sit on the pergola covered patio.
On Friday nights it offers a live musician playing relaxing music with a jazzy feel that will make you want to get out of your seat and dance.
The owner is also the chef at this urban pizzeria. The menu contains traditional Italian food: appetizers such as fried calamari and bruschetta platters, salads, pasta and pizza.
Brix has a respectable wine list. I had the Primitivo, a moderately priced Italian Red, in which was I more than happy with.
All of this with a reasonable bill and an authentic "gratzi" upon our departure (from who appeared to be the manager) made this an Italian experience that I cannot wait to have again.
For more info: Brix Pizza and Wine Bar 2747 S. Hulen (817) 924-BRIX