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2.3 miles from Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum
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Reviewed March 17, 2021

If I could give it a negative I would. horrible customer service horrible food horribly long wait!!!

Date of visit: March 2021
Reviewed October 22, 2019

Having trouble with phones. Called 3 times 1 bad connection 2 sounded like fax 3 bad connection. Still think I got order across. Hope so. Good food Calezone worth it.

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed June 3, 2018

They make an excellent calzone and BBQ Chicken pizza. Delivery is fast and they are always friendly. We find ordering online on their website the best way to get the order 100% accurate.

Date of visit: June 2018
Reviewed October 17, 2016 via mobile

Quick and cheap dinner when where too lazy to go pick up dinner for ourselves. They have good choices, large portions and quick delivery.

Date of visit: October 2016
Reviewed May 28, 2016

My husband and I were on our way up N. Pennsylvania headed to Jersey Mike’s for a late lunch when he spotted Pizza House at NW 25th Street. It is a small establishment (as are most locally owned businesses), but oftentimes we’ve found that those...are the places with the best food. We quickly checked reviews online and found them mixed. While the negative comments criticized long delivery times the food itself had been awarded really good ratings, so we decided to take the risk. The décor was, at best, unimpressive--delivery is likely their primary focus. The glass in the front door was cracked, and the walls are painted an emerald green. The small seating area was dominated by a pool table surrounded by three or four bargain basement dining tables and chairs. A tall refrigeration unit near the counter housed a variety of bottled drinks. We opted to look past all of this because our experiences have taught us that if the profits are put back into quality ingredients instead of fancy flooring, bistro tables and tablecloths who cares if you eat your meal while seated on a padded chair? For such a small place the menu offered a tremendous selection: 24 specialty pizzas, five kinds of calzones, 16 sandwich varieties (including subs and gyros), eight pasta dishes, about 25 sides (including salads, fried pickles, cheddar peppers, and eggrolls), and three dessert items—even baklava! The calzones had gotten good online reviews so I tried the most popular one on the menu, the Regular Combo ($9 for the smallest size which was not small at all). It was handmade with a beautifully toasted outer layer of dough that was just thick enough to hold all the tasty ingredients stuffed inside: ground sausage, Canadian bacon, onions, mushrooms, and cheese. Served in three 5-inch sections with a side of marinara, it was juicy and delicious, and with such a hefty portion I could not finish it all in one sitting. My husband ordered the Italian Sub ($6) with pepperoni, ham, bacon, provolone cheese, tomatoes, red onions, lettuce, and Italian dressing. It was a good 8-10 inches long and packed with fresh, tasty ingredients. After a couple of bites he smiled and said, “Now this is an authentic New York-style grinder!” He should know. That’s where he grew up. Needless to say, he savored every bite. One serving of fries was only an additional $1, and the portion was large enough for two people to enjoy. They came delightfully under-seasoned, which is just how we like them. When we ordered our meals we were told the wait to prepare them would be 20-25 minutes, so I timed it. From that point to actual food at our table was exactly 23 minutes. Our heart meals with two bottled drinks totaled $21 plus tip, and it was money well spent. I imagine that it is very popular with the locals—convenient, affordable, and absolutely delectable. There happens to be a Mazzio’s across the street, but the food at Pizza House is hand-made, fresh, and far better than what you'd get at any pizza chain restaurant—provided you can overlook Pizza House's clean, yet dismal décor. After lunching there we find ourselves craving many of the other items on the menu! If we lived in the area, we would definitely have Pizza House meals delivered to our door. Despite the previously posted comments about the delivery service, the food would most definitely be well worth the wait. While enjoying our meal yesterday we peeked at the pizza that two other guests were sharing. Pizza House makes 8-inch personal size pizzas up to their giant 18-inch size, and all are reasonably priced. In fact, we're returning to Pizza House today to get our own!More

Date of visit: May 2016
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