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Andolini's Pizzeria
Pizza Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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1552 E 15th St Tulsa, OK 74120
1552 East 15th StreetUSOklahomaTulsa74120
(918) 728-6111andopizza.com
$$Pizza Restaurant, Italian RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 1:00 amFriday 11:00 am – 1:00 amSaturday 10:00 am – 1:00 amSunday 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
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Tulsa Style Pizzas. The crust of New York with the originality of California. All hand thrown on display. The end all be all Pizza and Beer Restaurant.
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Busy stop for elevated NY-style pies with imported toppings & housemade mozzarella plus many beers.- Google
"Great beer selection, garlic knots are delicous."
"The staff are all really friendly and they have good beers on tap."
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David A
2 months ago
We must of had a uniquely bad experience, but the pizza was extra greasy that day. Garlic knots were dry and took about 20 min to get. Also, our meal was only half right when it arrived. The correction took almost 40 min to correct and we weren't comped that order. Drinks weren't refilled the whole time we were there. I've heard good reviews, but it didn't live up to it. Sorry guys -This was at 2 pm and there were only 2 other tables being waited on.
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Nick Gover
3 months ago
I was quite surprised when I stumbled upon Andolini's when researching restaurants in Tulsa. I have to admit I didn't think I would find such well executed NY Style pizza here. With a pretty darn good beer list to boot. I'm happy to confess that I was very wrong, from the moment you step into Andolini's you can easily tell the crew in the kitchen hurriedly spinning the pies and topping them with healthy amounts of premium, fresh toppings are serious about making great pizza. We went on Valentine's Day, around 8:30 and I there was approximately an hour wait I was told, it turned out to be quite a bit left, possibly because some discouraged others in line left, their loss I figure. We ordered the Spring Street along with the Garlic Knots as an appetizer. The Garlic Knots were fine, crusty on the outside and pillowy insides swimming in a buttery, garlic sauce. The pizza itself was pretty much perfect as far as I was concerned. Firstly, it was huge, and lots and lots of flavorful Romano cheese and covered in fresh basil. The sauce was good as well, but the crust was the best part. I think crust is the most important part of a pizza and theirs was fantastic, thin but not too thin, with a good crisp, slightly chard exterior, the right amount of chew and good flavor. I wish I could have ate the whole thing but it was soo much food, so I took the remainder to go so we could try some dessert. We ended up trying the Italian Butter Cake. It was extremely rich, and still gooey, I like mine like that, crisp bottom crust and gooey in the middle, my wife like a more cake-like texture but she still ate quite a bit and the mountain of whipped cream didn't hurt either. It was a fantastic meal all around, I didn't think I'd ever say this but I can't wait to go back to Tulsa.
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Taylor Barron
7 months ago
Garlic knots are fantastic! Also, PLENTY of food for the price, and absolutely delicious! My husband got the gluten-free crust and was very pleased. The calzone was HUGE, but so tasty. MaryBeth was our server, and she was very helpful and friendly.
D Waffle
a month ago
The food was excellent but there was no place to park (We had to park our big suv down the street) and it was beyond crowded and extremely noisy.
Response from the owner - in the last week
Hi, D It can be crowded, especially at peak times. We worked to preserve the character of the building, so we have lots of brick and glass... not the most sound-muffling materials. If you come during less busy hours, which for us tend to be M, Tues, or Wed evenings or off times on weekends, the sound environment might be more inviting for you. Parking on Cherry Street can definitely be a challenge, and that's another part of the experience that is alleviated somewhat by visiting at a less-busy time. We do hope you'll come back soon for another visit!
Nicole Lee
a month ago
Pizza was good. Garlic knots were amazing. And the butter cake dessert was an experience. Friendly environment but just a bit crowded. It's very popular so expect a wait if you go later then 5:30
Toni Jackson
4 months ago
This place spoiled me for any other place else. The pizzas, salads and garlic knots are wonderful. Try them out.
Mitchell Wolf
3 months ago
Pizza as close to east coast as you can get. You can see them tossing the pies in the air! Great beer selection. A must every time we visit Tulsa.
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Robert Williams
7 months ago
Loved the atmosphere! Pizza is delicious bit just a tad but overpriced. WOULD recommend though.

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