Pizza, the quintessential treat. Good for lunch with friends, dinner with the family or a late-night snack. Whether you prefer Chicago or New Style pizza, Oklahoma has quite a few excellent restaurants that will satisfy.
Locally sourced ingredients, hand crafted pizza, and a wood-fired oven. With two locations in OKC, The Wedge is one of the best places to find a pizza. My favorite is the Brisket Pizza, but locals love the Prosciutto e Formaggi.
Hideaway Pizza has been an Oklahoma tradition since 1957. It now has 17 locations across the state, making it one of the most popular places to get a pie.
If you’re looking for a Chicago-style pizza in the OKC metro, Humble Pie is the place to go. You can have your pizza made in the New York style, but consider a deep-dish pie, just once.
The owners of this pizzeria have strong roots in Italy, and their pies reflect the authentic Italian tradition of pizzaiolos. Try one with the house-made mozzarella for a real treat.
Tulsa’s choice for authentic Chicago-style pizza is Savastano’s. Make sure to plan extra time to cook your pie. The deep-dish takes about 45 minutes to bake, but boy is it worth it!
Make no mistake, the Chicken Palace is named as such due to the décor, not the food. It’s known statewide for it’s awesome stone-baked crust pizza pies. These unique pizzas are a must-try.
The Green Lantern pizza with spinach, capicola, feta, mozzarella and Bartlett pear is one of the best specialty pizzas in the City. This small restaurant is located in the middle of OKC’s art district, and you’ll often find live music or some special entertainment when you come out.
Gourmet pizza and Italian gelato, what could be better after work? Make your pie or choose one of their favorites, like the Primo, with Gorgonzola and other artisan cheeses, smoked prosciutto, a balsamic drizzle, fig drizzle and shaved parmesan.
Deadhead culture, pizza and local beer. The Funky Chicken is a pizza with grilled chicken, spinach, red onions, roasted garlic, mushrooms and a white sauce.