The first time we experienced Andolini’s on Cherry Street, we noshed on complimentary Garlic Knots while waiting for a table, and chatted with a new resident of Tulsa who told us Andolini’s Pizzeria was better than much of the pizza he’d eaten in NYC. The second time we experienced Andolini’s was via take-out. My mom ordered 5 of their largest pizzas (2 Combinations, 1 Florentine, 1 The Athenian & 1 Vegetarian) for a large family gathering. All of them were hot & ready at the designated time and Andolini’s sold themselves on a few of our relatives who hadn’t yet felt the love.
After a few more enjoyable visits, I think it’s safe to assume that Andolini’s is now our favorite Tulsa pizza spot. Consistently delicious with a diverse menu, destined to please even the pickiest pizza palate, Andolini’s on Cherry Street welcomes children with pizza dough; adults with a well-stocked bar (about 20 beers on draught) and bellies with made to order hand-tossed dough, flavorful sauces (made in house), fresh (seriously) toppings & scrumptious appetizers (don’t miss the Garlic Knots or the House Made Fresh Mozzarella).
16-in Andolini’s Combination Pizza
House Made Marinara (so yum!)
Pizza Dough Demonstration #1
Pizza Dough Demonstration #2
I couldn’t get my husband to pose for a pizza dough photo. He was too busy stuffing his face.