Gabriella's Italian Grill & Pizzeria
For delicious, authentic Italian food, look no further than Gabriella's Italian Grill & Pizzeria in Oklahoma City. From brick oven-baked pizzas to ribeye Fiorentina, the menu offers a selection of scrumptious Italian cuisine that will please any palate. Appetizers gracing the menu include calamari, Italian nachos, bruschetta, toasted ravioli and lamb fries, each plate the perfect size for sharing. Try a bowl or cup of a homemade soup like minestrone or Italian sausage, then move on to your main course.
Gabriella's Italian Grill & Pizzeria offers house pastas including pasta carbonara, beef ravioli, chicken pesto, roast beef pappardelle and roasted garlic tortellini, among other savory choices. Order an oven-baked pizza like Antonio's pepperoni, the Sicilian, the barbecue chicken pizza or Meatball Madness and enjoy every flavorful bite. Or, go with a chicken entree such as chicken parmigiana, chicken cacciatore or Dominic's truffle chicken. Seafood entrees are also offered at Gabriella's, as are steaks, Italian sausage and pork tenderloin. In addition to all these tasty dishes, you'll find brick oven-baked pastas and calzones on the menu. Gabriella's Italian Grill & Pizzeria also features 29 premium beers on tap, an extensive wine list and a lunch menu.
Gabriella's Italian Grill & Pizzeria is housed in an old building that was constructed sometime in the early 1900s and used to house County Line BBQ for several decades. In the 1920s and 30s during the age of outlaws and prohibition, the building was a hotbed for illicit activities including drinking. It is rumored Pretty Boy Floyd liked to hang out with other gangsters here. Workers and patrons have claimed that the building is haunted by a man named "Russell" who frequented the establishment during those days. He supposedly was flirting with another man's woman and was shot in front of the main fireplace of the dance hall. County Line BBQ workers used to report cups flying off the drain racks, wine racks shaking, seeing Russell's ghost and hearing eerie voices from the attic.
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