Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 2021-11-25 17:00:00 –
Oklahoma City (Free press) — It’s time to get together with friends and family and celebrate with gratitude. I’m obviously talking about rendezvous pizza.
Well, hey. I went alone, but the rendezvous is right next to its name and the menu is certainly big and interesting, so it needs to be experimented and exchanged with a large group. And based on my experience, eating a lot and thanking you for what you have done is definitely part of the experience. In addition, in the epic Thanksgiving tradition, there may be leftovers.
I can only guess how common this is, but as someone who has lived and worked in the metro for the last 20 years, I don’t really go into Bricktown that often.
The rendezvous is on the north side of Sheridan, between Abuero and the Bricktown Brewery, where I think it was Henry Hudson, Brix, or both. It’s pretty new, opening around June this year, with high ceilings and some bare bricks, but nicely open with more engraved metal-like panels that fit well with teal and purple and black seats. There is a nice atmosphere.
There are plenty of seating options, including the bar itself, two bar-height tops, three visually striking booths, an ultra-high mega booth, and a half-height mini booth.
The menu touts chicken wings and offers nachos, some salads and sandwiches, and New York-style pizzas, but I thought I should try the main headliner for a maiden-flavored voyage. T: Detroit style (ie thick crust but not Chicago style “defensive fortress” thickness, rectangular, slightly crispy cheese around the edges, central road of sauce along the top).
I’m sure I made the perfect choice to get Tito’s vodka. Tito’s vodka uses the spirit of the title to jazz up spicy tomato sauce with sopressata (spicy salami), sweet Italian sausages, and plenty of darop on top of plenty of cheese. Light rain of oregano, red pepper flakes and hot honey.
Don’t elaborate: it was a sticky, dripping, brilliant mess and I loved it. I don’t think they would have bothered if they lost the sausages. It wasn’t harmful and it couldn’t be said that it added a lot. On the other hand, I frowned at the vodka sauce in the description, which is a great call. Its palate tongue adds a third polarity to balance the sweetness and heat from honey and pepper, greatly enhancing the overall flavor.
And the next day, after polishing the back half, you’ll find that this pizza holds up surprisingly well in the fridge. It’s still almost as cold as hot to bake from the oven and requires less napkins.
The bar has a wide variety of bottles and cans, and the local name is impressive. Speaking of locals, the menu shows the rendezvous effort to use ingredients such as pizza dough, shwab ham, and Shawney Mills flower for MIO. Sandwiches with hot honey and farrell family bread. You love to see it.
This year was a strange year. It may not be as harsh as 2020, but it’s still quite emotionally distressing for many of us, and I don’t think everyone calls it normal. Eleven months ago, I was still out of the house once or twice a week, shopping for groceries and eating out with a porch pickup. Now that the calendar is nearing the end, having three shots in my vein is truly grateful. Fresh and hot pizza on the table in front of you – indoors as before.
I hope you are on track. If you get the chance, it might be a good time to meet people and rendezvous.
27 E Sheraton, OKC
Sunday to Thursday from 11:00 am to 9:00 pm
Friday to Saturday from 11:00 am to 10:00 pm
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