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Andolini's Pizzeria

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Original to Owasso. No freezers, no microwaves, dough, sauce, dressings, cheese and sausage from scratch every day. Great selection of craft beers and wines, and a pizza menu unlike any you've seen.
$5 - $10
Special Diets
Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options
Lunch, Dinner, Drinks
Italian, Pizza
Takeout, Seating, Parking Available, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Delivery, Table Service, Gift Cards Available
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Reviewed July 12, 2020

I've only had this pizza once, but it was really good that time. The 20-inch pizza was huge! And it was covered with pepperoni, not just a few per slice like some restaurants. They might make their own pepperoni because it was spicier and the...pieces were larger than normal. We also had a Margherita pizza that was completely different than the pepperoni but also very good. The garlic knots were terrific! They didn't get soggy, even though they were drenched in garlic sauce.More

Date of visit: July 2020
Reviewed February 16, 2020

We love the pizza. Plain and simple, it is the second best pizza in the Tulsa area (Umbertos is our favorite), but Andolini's is not trying to be the same type of place or serve the same type of pizza. Thus, they are also #1....Spaghetti, Baked Ziti, salads, and garlic knots are all outstanding, but you come here for the pizza. The different, and rather artful, options are great. Don't just get your same old pizza until you've tried 2-3 others. You'll find something delightful. The pepperoni is the best around, and they cover the pizza with slices. The sausage is forgettable (I'm just as happy with a Mazzio's sausage pizza, which is not sacrilege when you consider how much I like other options). We routinely order one pepperoni and one off of the specialty menu. The margherita is good and the proscuitto + smoked parm is stellar. The crust has a higher quality than anything you'll find at a "fast food" or delivery joint. The sauces and cheese are similarly of a higher quality. If you eat Andolini's too much you'll not be able to eat the cheaper, easier pizzas again. We no longer eat at the restaurant, though. They are priced like a high-end pizza restaurant you'd expect in a trendy neighborhood (no fault that Owasso doesn't have this type of neighborhood, although Andolini's would be a perfect fit at the 76/Main shopping area). Rock music plays, loudly, over the speakers. If the restaurant is busy there is an annoying amount buzz when the music adds in. Without the other patrons, though, the rock music is too much. I suppose the rock music pleases the HS or college-type workers that over-populate this location's workforce. It is rare to see someone who might be interested in a career in food service (like the trendy neighborhood joints, where you find the waitstaff to be mature adults capable of 5-star service). It is not uncommon to see the workers congregate and laugh and joke while waiting for our food. Often, while also waiting for drink refills or utensils taken with our salad plates to be returned to use on our pizzas. They also have a funky wang to their iced tea. It is not a service issue, simply an odd choice to have an odd tea flavor. Finally, they used to do an unlimited combo meal at dinner. It was perfect for families where a kiddo wants pizza but adults do not. Now, we either have to succumb to pizza (remember, I think their spaghetti is stellar, so it is a sacrifice to eat their pizza sometimes) or convince the kiddos to eat pasta. Then, the price becomes too much for the service and atmosphere - we can go to sit-down, restaurants downtown or on Cherry Street for about what we spend at a place with teenage workers and rock music on the house music. The combo went bye-bye, for whatever reason (my guess is they weren't making much off of it because it was so popular, or they wanted to force people to spend more on entrees), and we didn't return for almost 2 years. After the last loud music, grab-butt fest we will reserve our Andolini's experiences for carryout at a special occasion.More

Date of visit: January 2020
MikeBAndolini, Owner at Andolini's Pizzeria, responded to this reviewResponded February 19, 2020

Thank you for the very thoughtful review.

Reviewed December 9, 2019 via mobile

The garlic knots are a fabulous. Their Andolini's salad is absolutely fabulous I can make a meal from just the salad and the garlic knots. A great atmosphere for a date with family and friends.

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed October 31, 2019

I know everyone raves about Andolini's pizza but their antipasta is exceptional too! Very good food and the service is always great too!

Date of visit: June 2019
Reviewed June 24, 2019

From living in the NY style pizza capital, this is the best that I have had outside of NYC. Happy to share this with friends anytime.

Date of visit: June 2019
Reviewed May 28, 2019 via mobile

I am not sure of what to make of these reviews that site good pizza. We had a regular cheese pizza that was terrible. People were nice, but this taste like bad frozen supermarket pizza.

Date of visit: May 2019
MikeBAndolini, Owner at Andolini's Pizzeria, responded to this reviewResponded June 3, 2019

Hi Kevin, please email me mike@andopizza.com date and time you came in and I would like to make this up to you. This isn't the standard we set for ourselves and I would like to make this right.

Reviewed May 7, 2019 via mobile

Everything on the menu is great. Favorite pizzas are the Vesuvio and Demarco. Huge, thin slices, New York style. Garlic knots are numb also.

Date of visit: April 2019
Reviewed January 15, 2019

We have visited Andolini's in Owasso a number of times and have found them to be consistently good at what they do. They don't have a fancy, white table cloth type of place, but they serve very good pizza with a wide range of topping...selections. We generally eat their pizzas, but Andolini's isn't limited to pizza... they serve a range of pastas, sandwiches and salads. While their wine selection is limited we have always enjoyed their food.More

Date of visit: October 2018
Reviewed October 28, 2018 via mobile

This was by far the best gluten free pizza. They also have gluten free mozzarella cakes and OMG. They were the best thing ever!

Date of visit: October 2018
Reviewed September 23, 2018

The Owasso Andolini's is a great extension of the Tulsa Andolini's. Never to be disappointed! The portions are generous and the flavors are unique. Every time we get the opportunity to come to Tulsa, we eat at Andolini's. I had to go to Owasso and...did a mapped out how long it would take to get to the Tulsa Andolini's and was overwhelmed with excitement to find out that Owasso had an Andolini's less than a mile from our hotel. Great appetizers and great pizza! Unique flavors as well.More

Date of visit: July 2018
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