Ever since 1978, Marco’s Pizza has been serving delicious and fresh pizza to the people of Myrtle Beach and all over.
Marco’s Pizza was originally founded in Oregon, Ohio and has spread all across the United States and has multiple locations right here in Myrtle Beach! Marco’s dedication to serving quality pizzas to the public has made them one of the fastest growing pizza brands in America. This phenomenal pizzeria has won a variety of awards such as 2019 America’s Most Loved Pizza, Entrepreneur’s Franchise 500 Ranked in 2019, 2018’s Military Times’ Best Franchises, Golden Chain Awards, and Ole Cup Franchise Leaders.
Marco’s pizza offers a wide selection of pizzas including various classics like cheese, pepperoni, italian sausage, and more. Aside from some of their classics you can also order some of their specialty pizzas such as All-Meat(pepperoni, ham, bacon, Italian Sausage, and three signature cheese blend), Deluxe (pepperoni, mushrooms, green peppers, Italian Sausage, onions, and the Three Signature Cheese Blend), Garden (black olives, mushrooms, sliced tomatoes, onions, and feta cheese), Hawaiian chicken (grilled chicken, ham, bacon, and pineapple), Pepperoni Magnifico (pepperoni and Marco’s signature Old World Pepperoni romesan seasoning), and the White Cheezy (sliced tomatoes, onions, bacon, and garlic parmesan sauce.)
They also serve Pizza Bowls which are a crustless pizza option that still includes all the same toppings and sauces as a traditional Marco’s Pizza. In addition to pizza and other options Marco’s also makes subs such as their chicken sub, Italiano, and the steak & cheese. Salads include the Italian Chef, Garden, Greek, and Chicken Caesar. Be sure to also try one of their appetizers such as their cheezyboard, chicken wings, and chicken dippers. Finish off your meal with their famous cinnasquares for dessert.
Marco’s Pizza can be found nationwide but has two locations in Myrtle Beach and Murrells Inlet, each location offers carryout and delivery as well as catering is available by request.
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