The Pie Hole
The Pie Hole, 2708 E. 15th St., reminds me of the terrific pizzerias I frequented in college — great product, reasonable prices, good service, plenty of toppings, and a single-slice option for those nights when you just don’t feel like eating an entire pizza. (OK, so I’ve never had one of those nights, either, but it could happen.)
Bonus: The building, a cute little cinderblock structure with big windows and a great paint job, is tricked out with mid-century modern furniture. As someone who spent most of her childhood curled up in an Eames chair or stretched out across the Danish Modern sofa at the Herrin City Library, I find something innately reassuring about fiberglass furniture.
On a recent visit to the Pie Hole, Ron and I ordered a small pizza with mushrooms, kalamata olives, and feta cheese. The Pie Hole is great about honoring special requests, so I had anchovies added to my half of our pizza.
Service is remarkably quick, and prices are reasonable — single slices, which are ginormous, start at $2.25.
For more information or to place an order, call (918) 742-1200.
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