Get Faster, Fresher Pizza at 300 University St
When you're craving a mouthwatering slice of cheesy, meaty goodness, we know you're not craving just any old pizza in Martin. You're looking for a flavorful pizza with a freshly made tomato sauce, hearty piles of mozzarella, perfectly diced pepperoni, and a golden crust that's simultaneously chewy and crispy. You want only the best pizza. You want Domino's.
At Domino's on University St, it's never been easier to get the fast and delicious pizza your stomach is grumbling for! Visit us in person to place a takeout order, call (731) 587-3167, or order your pizza online!
Get started by picking one of our homemade crusts, including a fluffy, seasoned hand-tossed crust, a pan crust featuring two whopping layers of cheese, a crunchy thin crust, or even a gluten-free pizza crust! Then, choose a sauce and pile on as many or as few toppings as you want. Whether you're a serious fan of mushrooms and spinach or love spicy pepperoni and tangy asiago cheese, your neighborhood Domino's has it all!
We've got slices to suit any taste. How do we know? Because there are more than 34 million ways to craft a single Domino's pizza. Build your own pizza from bottom to top or choose one of our many crowd-pleasing specialty pizzas, like the ever popular Ultimate Pepperoni, MeatZZa™, or Cali Chicken Bacon Ranch, and have it delivered hot and fresh to your doorstep, today!
Order Martin Pizza Delivery Near University St
At your Domino's on University St, we take pizza delivery pretty seriously. In fact, we promise your pizza will arrive hot and fresh at your door, right out of our oven. Want to stay up to date on your order? Our delivery experts specifically engineered the Domino's TrackerⓇ to do just that. Enter in your phone number online and track the status of your order from the moment it's placed to the second it leaves our store for delivery... and try not to drool on your phone or computer in the meantime.
Call (731) 587-3167 or order pizza delivery online now! Why keep your hunger waiting any longer?