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Fancy local pizza places get a lot of buzz—and rightfully so—but getting a large pizza that costs more than $20 isn’t always an everyday option. This is a list of quality neighborhood pizzerias that have good service and large pizzas that cost less than $10.

Photos by Jacob Threadgill and provided


Eagle One Pizza
116 S. Western Ave.

Eagle One isn’t just one of the best pizzerias in south OKC, but one of the best in the whole city, recently being named a 2018 Best Of OKC finalist for best pizzeria in the metro area. Customers can order delivery, but earn savings by picking up in store. A large one-topping pie is $5.99 or specialty pizza is only $6.99 for pick-up. 


Luigi’s Pizza
7901 N. May Ave.

Located in an old Pizza Inn, Luigi’s has the feel of an old-school pizzeria where customers can linger at the reasonably priced buffet ($6.99) or pick up a large one-topping pie for only $7.99. Luigi’s standard thin crust is superior to its deep dish and has one of the best-flavored sauces in the city. It feels stuck in the 1980s in a good way. There aren’t enough old-school pizzerias around.  


All American Pizza
7101 Northwest Expressway

With three locations in the metro area, All American has earned a reputation for its affordable prices. A large single-topping pizza is only $5.99, and a large specialty is $8.99 for pick-up. All American sets itself apart by offering stuffed crust pizza for a regular ($8.99) or specialty pizza ($10.99).


Stars Pizza Café & Grill
2124 NW 39th Street

You might have a memory of Stars pizza after a late night at the bars around 39th Street, but it holds up without the enhancement of alcohol. It also has a variety of unique gourmet pizza combinations like three types of pesto-sauced and four Alfredo-sauced pizzas. The Mucho Formaggio includes seven types of cheese and the Artichoke Amore is a veggie lover’s dream. Stars also serves a mean gyro


Revolve Pizza Kitchen
5500 W. Memorial Road

Revolve is a little more high-concept than some of the other pizzerias on this list, but the customizable, wood-fired pizza is accessible and affordable. Customers can build their own pizzas or choose from five specialty pies like the Loaded Spud: chives and cheddar sauce with mozzarella, diced potatoes and bacon that is finished with fresh chives, cheddar and sour cream. It also offers a gluten-free crust and all of its pasta is made fresh. 


Pizzini’s Pizza
1615 S. Mustang Road, Yukon

At both the Bethany and Yukon locations, Pizzini’s has earned plenty of fans with pleasant service—whether it is pick-up or delivery—and its affordable deals. Many people simply refer to it as the ‘buy one, get one free’ pizza place. Get two one-topping large pizzas for $14.49. For every fan of their pizza, there is also someone who swears by Pizzini’s calzones, which come in medium ($10.99) large ($13.99) and extra large ($15.99) 


Stars & Stripes Pizza
2805 NW 122nd St.

Serving north Oklahoma City and now with a new location in Norman, there’s nothing quite like walking into a restaurant and smelling fresh dough baking. There’s not much seating, so expect to pick up your pizza and go, but it serves a reasonably priced specialty large pizza ($7.99) — the price other places charge for a regular large.

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