Pizza on Tybee

Where to Eat Pizza on Tybee

Chantel Baul

The month of October is significant for a number of well-known reasons. As pink ribbons adorn the nation, it’s clear that October is synonymous with breast cancer awareness. The National Hispanic Heritage Month is also observed during October. With sweet treats, great gifts and festive decorations abundant in every store near you, this month also marks the beginning of the holiday season. And, of course, there’s Oktoberfest.

In case you didn’t know, October is also host to a month-long celebration of one of our great nation’s favorite imports: pizza. National Pizza Month has been observed every October in the USA since 1984, but with so many other happenings this month, the pizza party is often slept on. Don’t let another pizza month pass you by. Celebrate this important commemorative time with a delicious pizza at any of these island eateries. If you weren’t sure before, here’s where you need to go for a perfect pie on Tybee.

Lighthouse Pizza

Aptly named for the iconic Tybee Island Light Station, Lighthouse Pizza has been delivering lovingly-made pies to islanders for nearly a decade now. And the pizza perfection will continue for many more years to come. At Lighthouse Pizza, their signature ‘Authentic Tybee Dough’ is made fresh daily and topped with a delectable array of ingredients. Once oven-baked, the melty, cheesy goodness is ready for delivery, carryout or dine-in at either of Lighthouse Pizza’s two locales. Have a completely customized pie starring everything you love, or try one of their specialty or signature creations. Imagine your lunch faves like cheeseburgers and tacos re-envisioned as pizza. It’s a tasty amalgamation of the craving foods you love! This reality can be yours at Lighthouse Pizza.

Fannie’s on the Beach

Fannies on the Beach is a popular island dining option for seafood favorites and more. And gourmet pizzas are among the many mouthwatering options at Fannie’s. These epicurean edibles are hand-tossed and made-to-order using fresh and flavorful ingredients. And did I mention they’re stone-baked? Any one of their ten decadent pies are sure to satisfy. But honorable mentions are certainly due. The Scallop & Bacon pizza offers a revolutionary take on traditional surf and turf dishes, featuring red onion and sun-dried tomato among other fresh fares atop a bed of Alfredo sauce. The Very Gouda is very good for those with an appetite for smoky, succulent flavors. You can’t go wrong with the Beachin’ BBQ either.

Other Pizza restaurants on Tybee: Huc-a-poo’s Bites & Booze, Pizza on Wheels

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