Fun fact: I’m pretty obsessed with pizza, and used to eat it almost every day for lunch through middle school and a lot of high school. Whoops! The combination of bread, sauce, cheese and toppings just makes pizza the perfect comfort food.
You can create your own pizza (“The Selfie”), or opt for a craft pizza which are all really good! Plus, if you’re in a hurry or don’t want an entire pizza, you can order by the half.
Left: Muffled Trushroom with truffle sauce, mozzarella, roasted mushrooms, ricotta, and parmesan. Right: Dougie with mozzarella, roasted potato, smoked bacon, ranch drizzle, and scallions.
The Dougie is named after Oath’s co-founder Doug Ferriman, and was delicious! I loved the addition of potatoes as a topping, and while I do not love ranch, I know many people put it on their pizzas so it’s pretty genius as a default sauce.
Left: Bruschetta Margherita with Italian mozzarella, Narragansett mozzarella, bruschetta tomatoes, fresh basil, and parmesan cheese.
Right: Pearsuit of Happiness with Narragansett mozzarella, house roasted local pears, crumbled gorgonzola cheese, prosciutto, organic wildflower honey drizzle.
The Pearsuit of Happiness was my favorite craft pizza! The sweet honey and pears with the salty prosciutto was the perfect juxtaposition.
This is the Spicy Mother Clucker, with mozzarella, rose pickled red onion, sriracha chicken, sriracha sauce, Oath secret sauce, and scallions. I’m not a big spice fan but this would be perfect for anyone who is!
Here is the Luau, with mozzarella, Maui bbq pulled pork, pineapple, red pepper flakes, honey bbq drizzle, and scallions. Perfect for when you need to be whisked off to paradise!
Here we have the Mexican Meatball, with cilantro garlic sauce, mozzarella, meatballs, rose pickled onions, jalapeno relish, and parmesan.
There’s always room for dessert! Here is the Triple Chocolate Cookie Pizza, with triple chocolate chip cookie dough (sadly not gluten-free), ricotta and powdered sugar. I was told it tastes a bit like a cannoli and it looks amazing!
Oath also offers craft sodas from Pepsi which are all super fun. I had the Vanilla Cream Soda and it made my sweet tooth very happy! I hear the others are all delicious as well.
Oath Craft Pizza has a delicious menu and is such a cute brand – from their interesting pizza toppings, craft sodas, and even their merchandise! They have locations in Davis Square, South Station, and Nantucket in addition to Chestnut Hill Square. I highly recommend trying them out if you’re a fellow pizza lover like me. I can’t wait to head back and try more pies soon!
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