The Holy City’s famous food scene always entertains, but what about if you just want a slice of delicious Charleston pizza?
Here’s a list of some of the spots, where you can score a slice, or a whole pie. Some of the restaurants are spread around the outside of the city center, but most are right near King Street, perfect for a bite while walking the Holy City.
Uptown Social – drink specials, happy hour and more, plus they have a rooftop bar.
Renzo – fire-roasted pies and wine from a neighborhood pizzeria.
Luke’s Craft Pizza – a family-owned pizza shop tucked away near the crosstown, devoted to simple ingredients, kind service, and good pizza.
Uneeda Sicilian – Square pizza and broccoli rabe sandwiches, on Rutledge just a few blocks from Hampton Park.
D’Allesandro’s – they set up in 2006 one thing in mind: “to make great pizza and serve cold beer.”
Monza – wood-fired pizza, salads, fresh pasta and classic Italian desserts made in-house.
Juliet – casual dining with serious ingredients pizza and pasta alongside an Italian-inspired wine list.
Mellow Mushroom on King Street – funky feeling and gourmet pizza with a heavy helping of craft beer.
Benny Ravello’s – “The Home of the Virginia Slice”, which apparently means huge pizzas and slices.
Indaco – Way more than a pizza place, serving pizzas, pastas, housemade salami and cured sausages, with community tables, and an open kitchen.
Sabatino’s – Real New York style thin crust for a real good price, and they’re open until 3am.
Or there’s always Gilroy’s Pizza Pub – 35 years of hungry CofC students can tell you how good it is.
Whether you’re looking for a slice or whole pie, a dining experience or just a bite to eat these Charleston pizza places have you covered.
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