Fortunately, new arrivals enjoy the same outstanding cuisine, attentive service, and sensible prices as longtime patrons.
Nobody departs ‘til totally sated and every meal is a genuine deal whether you savor seafood, chicken, or a generous cut of tender, tasty-aged beef, including the elusive culotte cut from Bric’s broiler. The Ramp even serves a full pound of hard-to-find meaty frog legs. Tempting starters, heaping fresh salads, and steaming home style soup; fried zucchini, steamed clams, and garlic toast are all part of Gary and Shelly’s ultimate dining experience. Be sure to consult the sweets selection before you ask for the modest tab. You can pay twice the price elsewhere for this memorable style of dining pleasure.
For good measure the cozy, casual Ramp is also open for lunch. There‘s a full bar and Bric‘s impressive selection of premium vintages is available at nominal prices by the glass or bottle.
There’s self parking and reservations are suggested. Aim your family limo north to the east Valley’s friendliest food place, Gary Bric’s Ramp, located at 7730 N. Hollywood Way. — at the Golden State Frwy Ramp.