For years, dough has complained about its crummy countertop view, which is why the gluten rehabilitators at Andolini's hand-toss each of their pizza's rounded crust-disks. Toppings are mercilessly sliced daily, and cheese is hand-grated in house. Signature pizzas (ranging from $8.95 for 10" to $26.95 for 20", depending on toppings) include the clemenza, a savory wreck of meatballs, genoa salami and italian sausage, and the alliterative pistachio pesto pizza, with ricotta cheese, mozzarella, and pesto made with fresh-ground pistachios. All the recipes on the menu come straight from the owners’ (brothers Jim and Mike Bausch) family table; they’re personal recipes crafted with fresh, authentic ingredients. Run taste buds over the selection of salads, strombolis, calzones, sandwiches, pasta, entrees, and desserts.
Now under new management, Hungry Howie's Pizza on 81st street is one of more than 545 locations in 21 states. Though it's now one of the nation's largest pizza franchises, Hungry Howie's had modest beginnings. In 1973, Jim Hearn converted a small hamburger stand in Taylor into the first Hungry Howie's, a carryout and delivery pizzeria. But Hungry Howie's Pizza stood out from the competition with help from its selection of eight flavored crusts, such as Cajun, butter cheese, and ranch. Tons of toppings, plus other selections such as oven-baked subs, wings, and specialty Cajun and three-cheeser bread, makes for plenty of options for satisfying pizzeria meals.
Pizza Depot was recently ranked as having the second best pizza in Tulsa by Tulsa World?proof that after 25 years in business, the pizzeria?s cheesy legacy still bubbles strong. In addition to offering more than 10 types of signature pies, Pizza Depot also swings spicy appetizers such as wings and Shark Bites?bacon-wrapped jalape?os stuffed with cream cheese.
This family-owned restaurant serves specialty pizzas and spicy hot wings to entertainment-loving crowds at the All Star Sports Complex. After a round of miniature golf or an afternoon in the batting cages, swing by for a meatball sandwich ($5.95) or a basket of eight hot wings ($5.95).
Umberto's is a local favorite in Tulsa, Oklahoma and one of the most highly rated Italian restaurants in the city. Customers of Umberto's enjoy the high quality and delicious pizza that is made fresh daily and available by the (very large) slice or by purchasing an entire pie. Prices for pizza at Umberto's are very reasonable, and it has become one of the most popular eating destinations for every generation in Tulsa. The New York style pizza can be customized as desired and one of the most popular appetizer options are the garlic knots which are also just a few dollars and a great choice for garlic lovers. A wide variety of seasonings are available including Parmesan cheese, artichokes, italian seasoning, red pepper, and more, and the serving sizes are always quite generous. If you decide to eat at Umberto's you are almost certain to be pleased with the quality of the food and with the large portions and delicious fresh ingredients.
An iconic Blue Dome District restaurant, Joe Momma’s features trivia, live music and even a book night! The Blue Dome District is named after the blue dome sitting atop of a 1920’s gas station. The gas station is no longer in operation and has become an information hub for this infamous entertainment district here in Tulsa. Local businesses, like Jo Momma’s, thrive here and provide an important service to Tulsa and this energetic district: great food! Famous for their pizza, Jo Momma’s also serves amazing sandwiches. They have vegan-friendly options and, for those who are gluten sensitive or have Celiac Disease, they also offer gluten-free crusts! One of the best things about Jo Momma’s, in addition to their legendary pizza, is their décor. Featuring local artists (and musicians), Jo Momma’s is an active part of their community and is committed to supporting the local economy and their neighborhood small businesses.