It may be called Hideaway, but this pizza place was no secret. We did a few media interviews in Tulsa (more on those later), and we asked each reporter and photographer what places they loved to eat, where they take their kids, and what places their neighbors loved. Thank goodness we did! One photographer shared that every day when he picks his daughter up at school she asks to go to Hideaway Pizza. So we knew we had to give it a try!
Whoa! Trust us… if you’re in Tulsa and you haven’t tried them yet, stop whatever you’re doing and go. Now! Don’t bother looking at the menu, just order a large, thin crust, double “cup and curl” pepperoni— and then sit back and wait for the deliciousness to arrive! It’s hot, it’s crispy, it’s greasy… it’s everything pizza should be.
We’ve eaten at their Cherry St location, picked it up to-go and enjoy at our Airbnb, and also ate at their Broken Arrow location while we were out exploring. Both locations we tried were easily accessible, with handicapped parking and easy-to-access bathrooms. Parking at the Cherry St. location can be tricky for non-placard users, but they do have small lots off the side street you can use.
We loved how each location was decorated with their signature mosaic art and kites hanging from the ceiling, both nods to the founder’s hobbies. We were also told to ask about “the game”, which they have available to play in the restaurant. It turns out the inventor of the board game Pente has a Hideaway Pizza connection. Pizza and board games?? Win. Win.