According to a news report from, “Wedged in between all the places to go on North Western’s Restaurant Row is one of the city’s newest neighborhood pizzerias.”

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“Serving rustic Italian cuisine with the goal of being simple, fresh and healthy, The Wedge, which opened in May, serves much of its food with organic produce grown in Oklahoma and organic, Italian-cured meats. It’s the kind of pizza you might expect on the Italian countryside — homemade and cooked in a brick oven,” said the story. “Our focus is rustic Italian,” general manager Elena Farrar said. “The brick oven is our only source of heat for everything. It’s the only thing we cook on, period.” The Wedge Pizzeria, 4601 N Western, dishes up pies that can’t be found anywhere else in the city, she said. “We just wanted to bring a new concept of pizza to Oklahoma City,” FarrarThe pizzas take about five minutes to cook. While guests are waiting, they can indulge in a number of Italian-inspired salads. The salad dressings and the pizza dough are made fresh daily, and the mozzarella cheese also is made in the restaurant.” said. “You have New York-style pizza. You have Chicago-style pizza, but this is different.”

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