Most Popular Pizza food in Oil City, Pennsylvania, United States

October 3, 2019 Rosalyn Ihle

Discover Restaurants offering the best Pizza food in Oil City, Pennsylvania, United States. Oil City is a city in Venango County, Pennsylvania, that is known in the initial exploration and development of the petroleum industry. Initial settlement of the town was sporadic, and tied to the iron industry. After the first oil wells were drilled in 1861, Oil City became central in the petroleum industry while hosting headquarters for the Pennzoil, Quaker State, and Wolf's Head motor oil companies. Tourism plays a prominent role in the region by promoting oil heritage sites, nature trails, and Victorian architecture. The population was 10,557 at the 2010 census, and is the principal city of the Oil City, PA Micropolitan Statistical Area.
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1. Rocko's Pizzeria

122 E 1st St, Oil City, PA 16301-2351 Pizza Dinner, Lunch Takeout, Highchairs Available, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Accepts Discover, Delivery, Accepts Credit Cards +1 814-676-0806
Overall Ratings

4 based on 19 reviews

Rocko's Pizzeria

Reviewed By GregoriousTraveler

Stopped here on our way to through town and we're happy we did. We got 2 different specialty pizzas and they both were delicious. Good place to stop, and locally owned.

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2. Four Star Pizza

334 Seneca St, Oil City, PA 16301-1326 Pizza Lunch, Dinner +1 814-676-5600

Reviewed By nurse15601

We had an order delivered to our hotel, it came sooner than they quoted on the phone, hot and fresh. Very reasonably priced. We would order from them again.

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3. Pizza Hut

394 Seneca St, Oil City, PA 16301-1326 Pizza Lunch, Dinner Wheelchair Accessible, Seating [email protected] +1 814-676-0617

Reviewed By bagnato1

As Pizza Huts go, this was a good experience. There was obviously a shortage of wait staff. So the service was a little slow. But our busy waitress and very friendly, calm and efficient, especially refilling our drinks. Our pizza was fresh and tasty and perfectly baked. I don't go to PH very often. So it was impressive to see the number of choices you now have in terms of crusts and sauces and toppings. One thing I didn't like: our crust had a garlicky glaze on it. Not that it tasted that bad. It's just that I really didn't want it. With too many choices comes the possibility of kitchen errors. On gluten-free: Pizza Hut has been gradually rolling out crusts from Udi's, which makes great GF products. Looking at the kitchen in OC, it's hard to imagine avoiding cross-contamination, though.

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