Not to sound *cheesy,* but we love getting an inside look at Ree Drummond’s daily life almost as much as she loves pizza—which is a lot!
But seriously, whether you’re a regular at P-Town pizza, or still need to plan your inaugural trip, you’ve got to check out all of the delicious inspo from Ree’s latest dinner outing. I mean, who better than The Pioneer Woman herself to recommend the most drool-worthy items on the menu?
If you didn’t already know, Ree and Ladd opened up P-Town Pizza back in 2018—and it’s been a hit ever since! The restaurant is located downtown (right across the street from The Merc) where tourists and locals alike are always stopping by to grab a signature slice. With ingredients brought in from some of the best Italian-food purveyors in the country, it’s no wonder. And of course, Ree has to get her fix, too!
She recently stopped by P-Town with her sister Betsy, her nephew Stu, and her best friend Hyacinth as her dinner dates. She said, “I’m an empty nester now so I guess I go out and eat pizza on a Tuesday night if the mood strikes? 😊”
The group didn’t shy away from pulling out all the stops either! “P-Town pizza, wings, salad, and not knots were gloriously ridiculous last night!!” Ree wrote.
So, let’s dig in! First up, a scrumptious Caesar salad complete with all the necessities: crisp romaine lettuce, a classic Caesar dressing, and fresh parmesan—all topped off with P-Town’s beloved Not Knots. (They’re like garlic knots, but not—hence the name.) They also got a separate serving of the fried garlicky bites, too. Because why knot? 😉
Then we have the chicken wings which Ree describes as, “The best wings in the west!” With a perfectly crispy finish and sauce options like classic buffalo, spicy garlic parmesan, and barbecue, we have to agree with her.
And if you’re in the mood for dessert, we’ll let you in on a little secret: P-Town’s layered dessert jars are just heavenly! So, we suggest planning your trip to Pawhuska and ordering one of everything. 😍 And while you’re in the area, you can grab some of Ree’s favorites from The Merc, too!
Macie Reynolds is the assistant editor of E-Commerce and SEO for The Pioneer Woman.