Oath Craft Pizza Is Now Open in Davis Square

It’s the growing Massachusetts company’s fourth restaurant, and its largest one yet.

Oath Craft Pizza. / Photo provided.

Oath Craft Pizza. / Photo provided.

Nantucket-based Oath Craft Pizza continues its takeover of Boston by opening its doors in Davis Square today, with custom, savory thin-crust pizzas, alongside signature pies—and dessert pizzas—at its third area location.

Said signature pizzas include the Spicy Mother Clucker, topped with Sriracha chicken and onions; and the David, with portobello mushrooms, sausage, and a balsamic glaze. But if you’re more of the creative type, you can build your own “Selfie” pizza, from the sauce up. Choose from barbecue, cilantro garlic, tomato, and more, then stack your pie with toppings like spinach, olives, and pancetta. Oath offers a number of vegetarian and vegan options, as well as a full salad menu, and gluten-free dough.

But don’t limit your pizza consumption to lunch and dinner. Oath’s Davis Square will have a number of dessert pizzas available, like the Sweet Melissa, with a cheesecake spread and strawberry drizzle; and the Triple Chocolate Cookie pizza with cookie dough and powdered sugar. But if you’ve been craving pizza for breakfast, take the Red Line to the South Station location.

Oath Pizza in Davis Square will also have Stubborn Sodas on tap, but no booze (for now, per a company rep).

The pizzas run from  about $6-$8, depending on whether you order a half or whole 11-inch personal pie, and crisp up in just about 90 seconds, thanks to unique, compact, electric convection ovens.

Following Oath’s opening in Chestnut Hill earlier this spring, the Davis Square location marks the fourth for the growing pizza chain, and at 1,100 square feet, its largest so far. It seats 16.

The pizzeria will be open from 11 a.m -11 p.m. Sunday-Thursday, and 11 a.m.-midnight Friday and Saturday.

Oath Craft Pizza, 280 Elm St., Somerville, 617-996-6395, oathpizza.com.