Photo courtesy Savastano’s Pizzeria
Photo courtesy Savastano’s Pizzeria

Opened in 2003, Savastano’s has become – and remains – the place for authentic Chicago-style pizza in Tulsa. And the proof’s in the pudding – or the pie – as the joint has amassed nearly 3,000 Google reviews with an average of 4.5 stars. 

The hefty menu seems intimidating, but everything on it is delicious. The signature deep dish pizzas come in 10-, 12- and 14-inch options, with specialties like the Hancock Building – which comes with Italian sausage and layers of cheese. 

Others include the Landfill, with sausage, mushroom, green pepper, onions and pepperoni, as well as the Farmers Market, with tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, peppers and black olives. 

If deep dish isn’t your thing, Savastano’s also offers thin crust pizzas, including make-your-own options and 15 specialties.

If, for some inexplicable reason, you’re not craving a savory pie, the restaurant offers just about everything else under the sun, including rib tips, hot wings, hearty sandwiches, bowls, pastas and hot dogs. 

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