Posts Tagged ‘Hideaway Pizza’

Hideaway Pizza, Oklahoma City, OK (Midtown)

8 April 2014

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This is a bit of a catch-up. I had lunch at this location with my friend Martha 24 March. We split a lunch special, which is a 12-in pizza. I had pepperoni, sausage, and hamburger on mine, I think Martha had CB and mushrooms on hers. It was a great pizza, as expected of Hideaway. We had iced tea. Service was very good. Our check was about $15.

Good experience, but I have to say I was quite hungry by the time dinner came around; those pizzas are small for two. But very good…

Hideaway Pizza, Stillwater, OK

12 August 2013

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Got to have late lunch at the original Hideaway yesterday after getting Ian moved into his new abode, Village D at OSU!

We got some cheese sticks and garlic cheese bread to start. Both good stuff. The marinara was excellent, but I was less impressed with the ranch dressing; it was the stuff that is thick and has big spots of dark stuff in it.

We got two medium pizzas; Erin canadian bacon; Ian, sausage; Raegan, sausage, mushroom, and green olives; me, sausage, canadian bacon, pepperoni, and hamburger.

In both cases, the pizzas were pretty good, but the crusts were undercooked and doughy, and the cheese wasn’t completely melted. Now, it was very busy, and it took a while for us to get our pies, so they might have been rushing in the kitchen.

Service was pretty darn good, and the iced tea was very good on the hot day. Our check was $59.15. I’m looking forward to hitting the original Hideaway more often.

Hideaway Pizza, Edmond, OK

26 June 2013

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We were in Stillwater the past couple days, but didn’t get a chance to eat the original Hideaway, so we went to the Edmond location this evening for dinner while we were out running errands. Very good!

We started out with a large caesar salad (with extra dressing on the side, instead that added it to the salad, it was STRONG!). Ian and Erin split a medium thin crust, half alfredo with canadian bacon, and half marinara with sausage. Raegan and I split another medium thin crust, hers with canadian bacon, mine with pepperoni, sausage, and hamburger.

All of this was excellent. Raegan and Erin took one slice of their halves home, Ian and I demolished our halves.

The iced tea was very good (this location has started serving sweet tea), and service, while a little delayed at the start, improved quickly. Our check was $42.35, not bad value for the quantity of food we received. Great pizza.