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    Oath Pizza Artfully Balances Classic and Unique

  • The brand likes to offer LTOs with a local twist.

    Oath Pizza
    Oath’s crust is seared in avocado oil.

    Originally started as a small seaside shack on Nantucket Island, Massachusetts, Oath Pizza has grown to 12 company-owned locations and 40 franchises mainly along the East Coast. The brand believes guests are looking for classics alongside new and unique flavor combinations, as well as the ability to customize and personalize orders. The team, then, seeks to give customers it all. Each location offers a build-your-own station that allows guests to level up pies with premium toppings like house-made truffle spread, pickled onions, white beans, or humanely raised, GMO-free proteins.

    Oath’s pizza crust is also a unique draw, as it is hand-stretched, grilled, and seared in avocado oil. “This serves as the base for all of our craft pizza creations, both savory and sweet,” says Josh Huggard, manager of operational services. “It’s lighter for a flavor that feels satisfying, yet guilt-free.”

    To keep guests coming back and to drum up interest for what’s to come, Oath likes to offer LTOs with a local twist, like the Reuben Pizza, which was presented in partnership with Dickson’s Farmstand Meats in New York City; the Mr. Crunch pizza made with Cape Cod chips; and the Crazy Caprese summer heirloom tomato pizza, made with fresh mozzarella from Narragansett Creamery in Providence, Rhode Island. And, for Pride Month in June, the brand’s company-owned locations offered a sweet Choc Full of Pride Cookie Pizza made with ricotta, cookie dough, powdered sugar, and rainbow sprinkles. Twenty-five percent of the profits went back to local LGBTQ organizations.