The Wedge Pizzeria, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Vegan-friendly Restaurant Details

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Restaurant: The Wedge Pizzeria

Address: 230 Ne 1st St (at Downtown Okc), Oklahoma City, Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), Oklahoma (OK), 73104

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Phone: (405) 270-0660

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2.8 based on 6 ratings
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Vegan-friendly, Ovo, Lacto, Pizza, American, Beer, Wine Bar, Non-veg
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05/20/2016 9:51 pm

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11/14/2015 12:59 pm

I live in Florida and I work at a hotel. This morning, I had a guest go on and on about this place. Claiming it was the best place for a unique pizza experience, wonderful staff, and a fun atmosphere. You can bet that if I ever drive out that way, I am defiantly stopping by.

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10/27/2015 10:38 pm

Very nice alternative to standard pizza - but not too off the map. Staff was great, ingredients were fresh and atmosphere was relaxing. Had half stallion half American pie. Very yummy! In Atlanta - it would have cost twice as much.

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10/24/2015 8:34 pm

Rude employees. Came in for the first time wasn't sure wat some of the items were and asked the waitress and she wasn't very polite nor helpful to tell me wat was wat

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10/15/2015 10:34 pm

Rude staff. Previously I've eaten there and enjoyed it. So when I brought in a crew from out of town we were going to eat there. We arrived 15 minutes before closing. They said we could only order food to go. So we left and went up the street to Hideaway Pizza. We arrived there 20 minutes before closing time. It was great. We spent $180 on dinner, and I returned later in the week to get dinner for 9 people. I will not go back to a place that doesn't appreciate their customers, and the employees are allowed to act that way.

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07/26/2015 2:47 am

I'm Italian......Disappointed!
Pizza margherita: cheese isn't mozzarella, there should be simple tomato sauce under the cheese not tomato slices on top... bread was dipped in garlic should be just simple, why go through the trouble of making it different but leaving the original name!
Ravioli in tomato sauce: ravioli tasted like nothing! Tomato sauce could be just made without oregano, just a leaf of fresh basil for color and a bit of flavor, moreover the tomatoes used were cheap and flavorless.
To top it off the ravioli were brought in a huge bowl over a bed of linguine.... felt like I was being fed leftovers like a puppy!
I was kind of expecting a bit of originality....
Limoncello was decent hence the one star....

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