You can smell and taste the authenticity of crispy charred pizza in this chic restaurant. The wood paneled walls, chalkboards, and unique menu keep this restaurant eclectic and upbeat in character and flavor. Try traditional pizzas like the Margherita, or something different like the Butternut or Crustacean. The Butternut includes roasted squash, arugula, and truffle oil, while the Crustacean boasts a spicy seafood flavor of shrimp and chili oil. Dough and sauces are made from scratch, while Crust Wood Fired Pizza also works with low country farmers to gain the freshest ingredients.
Crust Wood Fired Pizza, 1956 Maybank Hwy, Charleston, SC, USA +1 843 762 5500
A popular college parlor that works to serve up the best pizza in town alongside a cold pitcher of beer. D’Allesandro’s is a family owned business that has been serving Charleston since 2006. Their hand tossed 10-inch pizzas are very reasonably priced. Check out D’Allesandro’s happy hour from.
D’Allesandro’s Pizza, 229 St Philip St, Charleston, SC, USA +1 843 853 6337
Indaco is a stylishly rustic establishment that serves wood-fired pizza, Italian food, wine, and cocktails. These gourmet pies are filled with house-made sausages and local ingredients. Visitors can watch the action from the open kitchen while sitting at large community tables. The restaurant can fit 100 people, so bring plenty of friends to join in on the good eats.
Indaco, 526 King St, Charleston, SC, USA +1 843 727 1228
Visit an Italian raceway-themed pizzeria in the heart of Charleston. Monza’s Neapolitan style pizzas are made with imported wheat from San Felice, Italy. The restaurant also has Italian food, wine, cocktails, and beer. There are 11 pizza pies to choose from, or guests can take the wheel and choose their own toppings.
Monza, 451 King St, Charleston, SC, USA +1 843 720 8787
Sabatino’s serves the thinnest thin crust pizza in Charleston. The restaurant is owned by a Bronx native who knows exactly how to make the most authentic NYC pizza. On the weekends, Sabatino’s is open until 3 am, catering to the late night munchies crowd. Most of their specialty pies are only offered during lunch hours, except for the Tropic Thunder, which has pepper jack cheese, spicy ranch sauce, pineapple, and bacon.
Sabatino’s, 151 Calhoun St, Charleston, SC, USA +1 843 577 8861