Brick N’ Mortar Offers an Array of Casual Dining Items (Thurs., 9/3/20)

The Rastafarian wrap with Torts and a side of Burgh Bites slaw.

The Rastafarian wrap with Torts and a side of Burgh Bites slaw (photo: Rick Handler)

East Railroad Street in Heidelberg is on the up, and a jewel of its business district is Brick N’ Mortar. Menu ingredients include brick (mild white) cheese and mortar (marinara) sauce. The Brick n’ Mortar burger is made with a half-pound all-beef patty, brick cheese, pickles, greens, tomato, pickled red onion chipotle ketchup, and roasted garlic/horsey aioli on a brioche bun. The Rastafarian, a Jamaican jerk chicken wrap served on grilled pita, creates savoriness by balancing corn/mango salsa and jerk seasoning with charred chili pepper aioli. Romaine lettuce, kale, and arugula add heartiness. The restaurant also sells handhelds, sides, salads, chili, soup, pasta entrées, and pizza. A little Italian, a little Caribbean, a little Mediterranean: truly American—a melting pot of dishes.  Open for lunch and dinner, and also delivery and curbside pick-up. 1709 E. Railroad St., Heidelberg. (CM)

Head Chef Jon Tryc (L.) and owner Ricci Minella (R.) enjoy creating delicious food and interacting with customers.

Head Chef Jon Tryc (L.) and owner Ricci Minella (R.) enjoy creating delicious food and interacting with customers.