Our first Hideaway Pizza restaurant outside of Oklahoma will open to the public at 11 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 10! The North Little Rock restaurant will be our seventeenth location, with another planned to open in Conway, Arkansas in Spring 2017.
Honey on a pizza?? You'd better beelieve it! Meet our newest pizza: THE POLLINATOR!
Weeks of kitchen experiments (and hours of taste-testing) resulted in this sweet & spicy pie. Olive oil & garlic glaze, mozzarella, pepperoni, spicy capicola, salami, banana peppers, Parmesan-herb shake, baked and then drizzled with honey.
The Pollinator will only be around for a limited time, so come in and grab a slice before it buzzes off!
Ever since our first store opened in 1957, we’ve filled our walls with photo collage murals that showcase the history and community of each location. One of our favorite things about Arkansas is its incredible outdoor beauty, and we’d love for you to help us display it!
Share copies of your favorite family photos – hiking, camping, and more – and you’ll have a chance to be included on the mural in our new North Little Rock restaurant. You can upload pics and share their stories HERE.
After 59 years in Oklahoma, we are expanding Hideaway Pizza restaurants outside of Oklahoma, and opening in North Little Rock, Arkansas!
“We have been successful for 59 years here in Oklahoma, and we think Arkansas is a good fit for us,” co-owner Darren Lister said. “North Little Rock is a great town, it’s a great community with great people and we think they are going to love our pizza.”
The restaurant will be located at 5103 Warden Road with plans to open during the first week of October.
Teachers. They are some of the most important and influential people in our lives. Their dedication, creativity and energy are seemingly endless. We’ve read well over 500 nomination forms this week, and been moved by story after story of teachers who treat their students as their own children, deliver exceptional lessons day after day, clean up, organize activities, attend athletic games and plays and recitals, lead by example, point out life lessons, and inspire thousands of Oklahoman students, parents and colleagues, often while balancing a home life and challenges of their own.