Maybe the perfect food, pizza pleases all, young and old, day and night, and in any season of the year. For starters, it’s delicious, and it can be a fairly healthy meal choice providing several servings of vegetables and antioxidant-rich tomato sauce. But let’s face it, most of us like it loaded up with cheese and spicy meats, and we eat it until we’re ready to explode. It’s just that good. (It’s even good for breakfast!) Though pizza has its origins in Italy, dating back to the First Century, its popularity has spread worldwide as well as here along the Grand Strand. From regional and local chains, to independent pizza shacks, we’ve got it all. Myrtle Beach’s pizza options are all about variety. From New York, California and Chicago styles, along with endless options to build-your-own, pizza is as much at home here as anywhere in the world. Variety is the spice of life, so enjoy!
Known for cutting slices and not corners, Marco’s Pizza has been serving delicious and fresh pizza since opening their first store in 1978.
Marco’s Pizza, founded in Oregon, Ohio, is here in Myrtle Beach serving their legendary and tasty pizzas. Their dedication to quality pizzMore Info Visit Website
Extreme Pizza of Myrtle Beach is located at Broadway at the Beach in Celebrity Circle! Extreme Pizza has been open since 2016 and offers dine-in, carry-out, and delivery to the Myrtle Beach area. Not only does Extreme Pizza serve amazing signature pizzas, but they also serve calzones, subs, wingsMore Info Visit Website
Hungry Howie’s Pizza
Known for their pizza, hot subs, cool salads and more, Hungry Howie’s Pizza is ready to satisfy your hunger! With three Myrtle Beach-area locations, Hungry Howie’s Pizza is always close for you to stop in and grab a booth, carry out your order or have your food delivered to your vacatMore Info Visit Website
Melt is a locally owned and operated restaurant located in Celebrity Circle at Broadway at the Beach. They offer wood-fired pizzas, artisan grilled sandwiches, and specialty drinks.
Start your meal at Melt with their Bacon and Onion Dip! This dip is made with deliciously caramelized onionsMore Info Visit Website
Old Chicago Pizza and Taproom
Old Chicago Pizza + Taproom creates an inviting dining experience where beer and pizza are BFFs. The Myrtle Beach-area location is in Garden City Beach.
Old Chicago is a family-friendly bar and restaurant with an extensive menu that expands way beyond pizza. There are TVs throughout forMore Info Visit Website
Ultimate California Pizza
Voted ‘Best of the Beach’ year after year, Ultimate California Pizza crafts handmade gourmet pizzas from only the freshest ingredients with a huge selection of high quality toppings! While pizza is their specialty, UCP also offers tons of homemade items like appetizers the whole family will lMore Info Visit Website
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