210 W. Highway 66, Arcadia
Brothers is a destination for good pizza on historic Route 66, right
across from the famous Round Barn in Arcadia. The cozy restaurant offers
Star’s Pizza Cafe & Grill
2124 NW 39th St.
to Star’s for all your late-night munchies. Try its gourmet pizzas,
spaghetti, sandwiches or salads. Its pizza features a thin or crispy
crust; an original, California-style; or the chef’s version of deep
dish. Don’t forget the cheddar poppers.
Danny B’s Gourmet Pizza
16401 N. Rockwell Ave., Edmond
not your ordinary pizza. Choose from specialty pies like the Hawaiian
Volcano (it has hot sauce), the Cajun Seafood Alfredo or the pepperoni
and cream cheese. Build your own and choose from a number of sauces,
including sweet garlic, garlic pesto and basil pesto.
1319 S. Broadway Ave., Edmond
it Chicago or New York-style, and enjoy meat lovers, topped with — you
guessed it — a bunch of meat. Enjoy the Bermuda Triangle, Humble Pie’s
signature sauce with its cheese blend and feta cheese, pineapples and
Great American Pizza
6303 N. Meridian Ave.
love a place where you can order a pizza with just about any topping, a
gyro and lasagna on the same menu. Bonus if it can then be delivered to
your doorstep. Try the works, a pie topped with pepperoni, sausage,
beef, Canadian bacon and veggies.
Sandro’s Pizza and Pasta
914 W. Main St., Norman
a part of the chef’s special on the first Thursday for each month.
Sandro himself prepares a meal for his customers who dine-in. On its
regular menu, you’ll find pizza by the slice, homemade pastas and hot
and cold subs, as well as salads.
1621 N. May Ave.
you like to visit a world made of pizza? OK, maybe it’s not actually
made of pizza, but you will find pizza — lots of it — at Pizza Planet.
You can also pick up chicken wings, cheddar peppers, onion rings,
sandwiches and calzones.
Photos by Shannon Cornman and Mark Hancock