There’s no better place to watch a game, hang out with friends, or dive into delicious food than P-Town Pizza. Wood-fired pizzas, chicken wings, fresh salads, Not Knots, signature drinks, desserts, and more. No matter what you order, it’s sure to hit the spot!
Starters 1and Salads
Starters You’ll Want to Finish
We hesitate even to offer a menu of snacks and starters, because our pizza is worth the wait! But there’s no way we could keep you from these delicious offerings. (Psst. Pace yourself! It’s all soooo good.)
Not exactly knots, more like bites maybe, but definitely not something you are going to want to pass up. A not too small pile of little bites of pizza dough fried to pillowlike perfection, tossed in creamy parmesan garlic butter made with not one, but two kinds of garlic. Not half bad!
Add Roasted Chicken$3
Sometimes I think garlic is the most important part of a Caesar salad. Other times I think it’s the cheese. Then I always end up realizing that the most important part is that I get to eat it! Traditional garlic and parmesan caesar dressing 1and lots of finely shaved cheese blanketed over crisp romaine lettuce, topped off with garlic knots in place of boring old croutons.
The secret to great wings is to have a super crispy outside that the sauce can hang onto while keeping the inside super moist and tender. These wings are just that kind of lip smacking, flavorful treat that will make you want to dance. (Chicken Dance?!?) Choose regular hot wings, garlic parmesan hot wings, barbeque 6or just have them crispy! We’ll send you some homemade ranch 6or blue cheese dressing, celery 1and carrot sticks to help keep your mouth cooled off.
Italian Chopped Salad
One of the many great things about a chopped salad is that, because everything is cut up into little bits, every bite is its own unique combination of flavors and textures that you don’t find in any other type of salad. Ours has a mix of fresh lettuces, salami, pepperoni, mozzarella, provolone, parmesan, tomato, olives, cucumber, artichoke, red onion, pepperoncini, chickpeas, 1and dressed with a zesty Italian vinaigrette.
Ladd’s Chopped Wedge
The strong silent type who knows what he likes. When it comes to salads, this is it: Iceberg lettuce, crispy bacon, cheddar cheese 1and homemade ranch dressing. Do you really need anything else on a salad?
Fresh mozzarella and ripe tomatoes are the Fred and Ginger of the salad world. Matched with fresh basil, extra virgin olive oil 1and aged balsamic, Caprese is elegant in its simple perfection.
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Super Thin Crust … so you can enjoy the toppings! (And eat more slices)
We’re not looking to win awards for originality here, but we would be lying if we didn’t tell you we were looking to be the best. It’s just the best pizza crust you’ll find anywhere topped with the most delish pizza sauce we could make 1and a mix of mozzarella, provolone and parmesan cheese.
So, if you take our classic cheese pizza and throw on some fresh sliced pepperoni you’d be a third of the way to where we are headed. Three different cheeses from New York, Chicago 1and San Francisco make this one special twist on your typical pie.
Lots wof Meat
A base of mozzarella cheese and tomato sauce topped off with every kind of meat we have in the kitchen: pepperoni, Italian sausage, pork sausage, ham, salami 1and crispy bacon.
Welcome to cattle country! You can’t even think about leaving without having steak in some form, so here’s your chance. Tomato sauce 1and mozzarella topped with grilled 1and sliced medium-rare beef steak, balsamic red onions, shaved parmesan, green onions, crispy mushroom chips 1and a drizzle of peppercorn cream 1and steak sauces. Come and get it!
Somewhere between the lands of pizza and bruschetta lives this incredible pie. A spread of basil pesto topped with mozzarella, parmesan cheese, fontina cheese 1and goat cheese are baked until it’s bubbly golden brown and crispy, then topped off with a mix of baby tomatoes, shaved basil 1and balsamic.
All gthe Veggies
We thought about calling this “drag me through the garden,” but that seemed a little too violent for a pizza party. Caramelized onions, roasted sweet peppers, tomatoes, black olives, wild mushrooms 1and basil on a foundation of tomato sauce 1and mozzarella cheese.
What a Fun-Gi!
A mushroom walks into a bar, the bartender gruffly says, “We don’t serve your kind here!” The forlorn ‘shroom pleads, “Come on man, I’m a fun guy…” Ree’s burgundy mushrooms, wood-fire roasted wild mushrooms, caramelized onions, smoked 1and fresh mozzarella on a base of our signature pizza sauce.
Fig & Prosciutto
A little sweet, a little salty, a little nutty, a little peppery. Yep, that describes us pretty well. Oh, hey, that describes this pizza too! Sweet fig preserves, olive oil 1and a blend of cheeses are baked onto our crispy pizza crust before being topped with lots of thinly shaved prosciutto 1and fresh wild arugula after it comes out of the oven.
Potato & Leek
This pizza might have you wondering if leprechauns are invading Italy. Thinly-sliced potatoes 1and extra virgin olive oil go right on top of the pizza dough before being topped with seasoned ricotta cheese, mozzarella cheese 1and melted leeks. After a jig in our wood-fired oven, a dusting of lemon parmesan gremolata 1and crispy chopped bacon tops it off.
Build your own Pizza
Craving something unique? Build your own pizza! Start with a cheese pizza and add whatever toppings you’d like!
(Same price and amount for half or whole)
Strawberry, Raspberry, Blackberry
We convinced our friends across the street to share their old-fashioned lemonade secrets with us here at P-Town.
The best Iced Tea aand Sweet Tea
Sweet 6or Unsweetened$2
Strawberry, Raspberry, Blackberry
Ree doesn’t like tea. No judgement, but it’s a fact. That didn’t stop us from finding the absolute best iced tea on planet Earth for The Merc and now for P-Town too! Oh yeah, you can flavor it up just like the lemonade!
$2— Free Refills
Coke, Diet Coke, Coke Zero, Dr. Pepper, Caffeine-Free Diet Coke, Sprite, Sprite Zero, Fanta Orange, Minute Maid Lemonade, Powerade, Barq’s Root Beer, Barq’s Cream Soda
Cherry, Vanilla, Lime, Raspberry, Orange, Cherry-Vanilla
You can build just about any flavor you’d like with the modern marvel of soda pop technology.
Layered Dessert Jars
Devil’s food cake, chocolate custard, white chocolate cream, chocolate shavings. Enough to satisfy that special chocolate craving.
Italian Lemon Cream
Lemon cake, lemon curd, fresh raspberries, Italian lemon mousse, white chocolate shavings. A perfect summer dessert.
Buttery graham cracker/vanilla wafer crumbs, light cheesecake mousse, rich blueberry sauce, topped with fresh blueberries. A whole new way to enjoy a classic.
Italian “Lady Fingers” soaked with a rich coffee syrup, Amaretto-infused mousse, chocolate shavings. The quintessential Italian dessert.
Hand Crafted and Tasty
Our cocktails at P-Town have taken on cult status with locals and visitors alike; you won’t believe you’re sipping these beauties in a small Oklahoma town! Big culinary flavors make these impossible to pass up.
Caprese Bloody Mary
Fresh, light and packed with tomato flavor just like the salad of the same name, garnished with basil, baby tomatoes 1and fresh mozzarella. Stolichnaya Jalapeño Vodka 1and Tito’s Handmade Vodka.
Spiked Spa Water
This is like that water they have in glass jars at fancy spas with cucumber slices and lime wedges. Plus a little vodka. Ok, it’s mostly vodka. But it’s Prairie Cucumber Vodka so that’s pretty healthy, right?
This P-Dub twist on a lime margarita features muddled cucumber, mint 1and cilantro. Amazingly refreshing on a hot P-Town day. Featuring Tequila Avion 1and Absolut Cilantro.
The seductive sister of the spicy lady behind the coffee counter across the street at The Merc. Grind Coffee Liquor, Fireball Whiskey, Guajillo Chili Syrup topped with frosty Bailey’s Cream.
Oklahoma Prairie Fire
This drink calls to mind the image of a spring prairie burn on the Osage County horizon. Sweet and sour with a little smoke and a spicy kick. Mezcal blended with Blood Orange 1and lime with a smoky chili rim.
Grownup Cherry Limeade
Cherry Limeade is an Okie staple. This version just makes it a bit more fun for the grownups. Ole Smoky Cherry Moonshine, Grey Goose Vodka 1and a few moonshine infused cherries.
The Bloody Steer
This is a rough and tumble Bloody Mary cousin fit for a late morning after an early morning working cattle. A spicy blend of tomato, roasted red pepper, beef broth 1and our secret spices, garnished with pepperoni 1and olives. Belvedere Bloody Mary Vodka 1and Rutte Celery Gin.
I made an apple pie last night. I knew that the kids would dive on it and devour it while it was still warm from the oven, so I carefully hid one slice in the back of the fridge for me to sneak out and enjoy in the middle of the night. That’s this drink. Jim Beam Apple, triple sec, cinnamon 1and caramel with a crunchy pie crust crisp to dip.
Anytime we start to feel like we might be getting a little too big for our britches or too cool for school, we just have to remember that we have a drink named after a cow pie. If you’ve ever spent time on a ranch, you know that can be a humbling experience. Kraken Rum, Godiva Chocolate Liquor, Kahlua, Kaya Chocolate Sauce 1and fresh milk.
Just like walking through a field of wild flowers on a spring day on the prairie. Bombay Sapphire East Gin, St. Germain, Crème de violette 1and hibiscus flower bitters.
You have to be a real “smartie” to know why we named this drink after our homeschool parents out there. Uncle Val’s Botanical Gin, Apricot Brandy, OJ 1and a crushed Smarties rim.
Stay Awhile And Leave With A Smile
Bring your friends, coworkers, or family! We have all the food and drink (and desserts!) you need for a casual, fun night out on the town.
Beer 1and Wine
$312oz Frosted Mug
$416oz Pint Jar
$524oz Mason Jar
Michelob Ultra, Bud Light, Marshall Sundown Wheat
Bottles aand Cans
Domestic Beers —$3
Budweiser, Bud Light, Miller, Miller Lite, Coors, Coors Light
Newcastle, Sam Adams Boston Lager, Anchor Steam Beer, Anchor Liberty Ale, Rogue Dead Guy Ale, Not Your Father’s Root Beer, Smith and Forge Hard Cider
Craft Beers —$5
Angry Scotsman Rusty Kiltpin Ale, Angry Scotsman Night Terror Black IPA, Black Mesa Cave Dweller Red IPA, Black Mesa Mountain Boomer, Kolsch Ale, Coop F5 IPA, Twisted Spike TSB IPA, Vanessa House Garage Fire Pale Ale, Anthem Brewing Golden One Blonde Ale, Anthem Brewing Uroboros Stout
Woodwork Pinot Nior
Ravage Cabernet Sauvignon
Dark Horse Merlot
Kung Fu Girl Riesling
Dreaming Tree Chardonnay