Go there for lunch and get the unlimited pizza and salad. You will thank me. Just do it. Don't think about it. Just go. Get your fill of amazing fresh food at a bargain price. One of my top pics in the area for pizza....More
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Yeah, it's that good. When I look for good pizza, I look for what I call the quintessential pie. Crust, sauce, cheese and toppings should be right in that tasty sweet spot and Andolini's gets it right in every respect. The taste of the crust...More
Thank you, Douglas -- we appreciate your quest for pizza perfection and your patronage.
My guy and I stopped at the Utica square area location. We knew we were in for a treat when we opened the door and were greeted by an amazing aromatic scent of pizza! The mozzarella balls and supreme pizza were spectacular. We brought our...More
Thank you! Did you hold out on the kids, and keep the Andolini's leftovers for yourselves? (enquiring minds want to know) Seriously, thank you for your review, and we hope to see you again next time you are in the Tulsa area!
Not the cheapest pizza you'll find, but worth the splurge. The DeMarco is amazing. Good place to come with friends and family.
The DeMarco is absolutely one of our favorites, too. Thank you, Julie :)
The pizzas are fun, because of the size of the toppings. The flavor is nothing outstanding, but it's a decent meal. The garlic knots are really good. Sometimes they'll give the kids a ball of dough to occupy the wait time.More
Hi -- we'd love for you to love it, and it's clear you didn't. (Outstanding is actually what we're going for). If you'll email me at email@example.com, I'd love to bring you back in as our guest so we can move from "decent" to "outstanding."...More
The Broken Arrow locaton is very cozy. Brick walls, small, nice bar area with wood features. Pizza prep is done where you can watch what is going on. Convenient location not far from the event facilities.
Great collection of pizzas, many of which are very creative as far as ingredients go. I'm not even a big pizza fan, but I love Andolini's.
Guess it's hard to get over the sticker shock of the smallest pizza on the menu being almost $20. Got a 14" meat lovers style($19) and 2 IPAs($13) so it was $32 before tax or tip! Ouch. The beer was good and cold. Our server...More
First, thank you for taking the time to write a detailed review and for choosing to give us a try. Our "smallest" pizza is, as you say, a 14" pie, which is a "large" at most chain pizza places. We serve 14, 16, and 20-inch...More
My son was visiting from Colorado and he requested Andolini's. My husband had never been before. The garlic knots were to die for!!! We each had small salads and then split a couple pizzas. We had the Athenian and a 4 meat pizza of some...More
Thanks for choosing us for your family night. We're glad you loved it, and we hope to see you all back again sometime soon.
I've been to other Andolini's but this was my first on Cherry Street (15th). Fun location, small dining area, great ambiance, beautiful bar, nice beer choice and top notch cocktails . . . and of course, excellent food. It was a busy night with people...More