The wait is almost over. JD's Hideaway will be opening in Lawton, Fort Sill very soon. How soon? Maybe as soon as this week, if not next week. JD's Hideaway is more than just a restaurant they have axe throwing lanes, billiards, an H.D. golf simulator, video games and more!
Firo Fire Kissed Pizza in Lawton, Fort Sill has made history. Sweet, wonderful, crispy, tasty, crunchy, delicious history! The Firo in Lawton is the very first restaurant in the world to offer Roman Style Pizza with their drive thru. We broke the news a few days ago that this was on the way, and now it's officially here. I went through the drive thru yesterday and ordered a Roman Style Pizza. It was really quick and the pizza was amazing!
Starting sometime next week Firo Fire Kissed Pizza in Lawton will start serving Roman Style Pizza. Not only that, they'll be setting a record and making history as well. Firo in Lawton will be the very first drive thru to offer Roman Style Pizza Al Taglio anywhere in the world. Don't confuse this pizza with all the others, it's in a class of it's own. I actually had the opportunity to stop by Firo to sample the new pizza and get a sneak peak of what's to come. Imagine being able to drive thru and get a hot, fresh Roman Style Pizza Al Taglio.
Today's the day, happy National Pizza Day! In my honest, humble, non-bias opinion everyday should be pizza day. It's one of the most popular foods in the U.S. and for good reason. Pizza is the perfect cuisine. You basically get all your major food groups in a handy, no silverware needed, ready to eat slice. Plus there's a never ending variety of pizza available, so no matter your taste there's a pie that's perfect for you.
With all the local and area businesses that have closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, not to mention those who's fate is still uncertain, it's nice to hear about a new business opening up in Lawton. Even better when it's a new place to eat! The Lawton Bricktown Brewery is now open, located on the corner of 2nd and Gore at 45 N.W. 2nd Street.
The COVID-19 pandemic has done more than it's fair share of damage to the health and well being of not just people, but businesses over the post several months. There are hundreds if not thousands of business who's fate is still unknown, or who have unfortunately already closed due to corona virus. Now it's looking like Chuck E. Cheese might be the next victim of COVID-19.
This is what mankind has been waiting for and I can't believe it's taken this long to get here. Of all our achievements and progress this has to be the pinnacle of ingenuity and innovation. I'm proud beyond words to have lived to see it. We finally have pizza vending machines. The future is now and what a beautiful world we're living in.