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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Red Brick Pizza at Prime Outlet Mall

Last Monday, we went to Prime Outlet Mall in Orlando to find a job. It was actually our "two cents" for that day helping our neighbor to get another job. She's currently working at SEARS in Florida Mall and wanted to quit since she was getting low rate for two years now. Inside the mall, we decided to meet at certain time because I need to go my shopping too. Hubby and I look for a pizza place and came down to the path of Red Brick Pizza.Cheese sticks for me and Hawaiian Pizza with Cashew Nuts on it for hubby. The place is cozy but was set up in a child-friendly atmosphere.The pizza was truly baked in an old fashioned brick oven which added the restaurant's charm and I like it a lot.The total ambiance is great and every table has this 24 inches flat screen TV which you can not operate by yourselves. You have to request the staff to change the channel perhaps because it was tuned in to a children show such as Disney Channel. I think kids would love this pizza place.
My husband like the whole ambiance of the restaurant too except for the Disney Channel which he had to request the staff to turn it off. So, if you want to hang out in Prime Outlet Mall and loves Pizza, this is your place for a fun family pizza meal.

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