HOME > Chowhound > General Midwest Archive >

Best pizza in the Tulsa area?

Firegoat Feb 11, 2008 11:45 AM

Just curious on opinion on the best pizza (non chain please) in the Tulsa area. I love Mario's for thin crust and being able to order by the slice. Love Savastrano's in Bixby for a huge treat on their massive thick pan pizza. And Hideaway is also a solid choice. But there are so many out there now... Mary Jane's, Pie Hole, Umberto.... to name just the tip of the iceburg that I haven't tried. What are your favorites any why?

Also.... in my opinion the best pizza I've ever had is from "the Scheme" in Salina, Kansas. Unbelievably good pizza. If anyone can find a way to duplicate their crust and sauce I would worship them.

  1. Click to Upload a photo (10 MB limit)
  1. d
    drgnflychic RE: Firegoat Feb 11, 2008 01:10 PM

    I haven't had Pie Hole yet but everyone raves about it. I like Joe Momma's at 61st and Garnett. Hideaway is always a great choice. I've yet to try Savastano's and Mario's but plan on trying Mario's since they opened one closer to me.

    1. j
      Jocelyn P RE: Firegoat Feb 11, 2008 01:29 PM

      La Roma, on 61st and Sheridan, next to Savoy.

      2 Replies
      1. re: Jocelyn P
        Firegoat RE: Jocelyn P Feb 14, 2008 06:48 AM

        We may give that a try tomorrow. The bf and I are both working late tonight, but both will be in Tulsa tomorrow and off early, so we're off for an early dinner.

        1. re: Firegoat
          Jocelyn P RE: Firegoat Feb 14, 2008 10:06 AM

          The family that owns La Roma is Lebanese. Be sure to try a cabbage roll, as well.

      2. t
        tiomano RE: Firegoat Feb 16, 2008 04:07 PM

        NYC Pizza on Harvard north of I-44. Excellent thin crust New York style pizza. Savastano's does have the best Chicago style pizza in T-town area.

        1. t
          taicheez RE: Firegoat Apr 5, 2009 06:28 PM

          Little Chicago for deep dish. $14 for a large pie. Great sauce, great cheese. My current Tulsa Favorite. Also like Mario's, NYC, and La Roma. The Blue Pizza at Caio used to be pretty good. Also Sonoma has pretty good pizza. Pie Hole can be really good and sometimes not. You just never know. I had a good deep dish at Savistino's, but it is just so far away from me.

          Show Hidden Posts