Join the celebration this year on National Beer and Pizza Day! Show your love for the most iconic food and drink combination ever!
From a small brewery to a big beer corporation, from local pizzerias to chain restaurants, there are so many places you can celebrate this day!
Here’s just a few starting with where to grab a slice of pizza:
- Ultimate California Pizza: 2500 N Kings Hwy C, Myrtle Beach, SC
Gourmet pizzas with your choice of crust and savory sauces, make this chain a fan favorite. Locals and tourist love to indulge in their incredible flavors! With four locations throughout the Myrtle Beach area, Ultimate California Pizza is the place to be.
2. Basil’s Pizza: 219 Sea Mountain Hwy, North Myrtle Beach, SC
Basil’s pizzas are always made to perfection and come out piping hot! This pizza place has been a North Myrtle Beach Favorite for many years. Choose the house special that comes with with hamburger, pepperoni, Italian sausage, green peppers, onions, and mushrooms for a little taste of everything or build your own! With so many options to choose from, they are sure to satisfy every taste bud!
3. Ducanti’s Pizzeria and Trattoria: 960 Cipriana Drive B4, Myrtle Beach, SC
Check out their amazing selection of perfectly plated and prepared Italian food! To pizza lovers, this is a one of a kind find. For many years they have served the best pizza in Myrtle Beach! They are famous for their New York Pizza with thin, hand tossed crust and homemade tomato sauce.
And, now that you’ve filled up on pizza- Here’s a few spots to grab a cold brew:
1. New South Brewing: 1109 Campbell St, Myrtle Beach, SC
You can’t get any more crafty than the award-winning craft beer production that is tucked away in an industrial section of Myrtle Beach. New South’s flagship brew is its White Ale, an interpretation of the Belgian wheat ale, but the Myrtle Beach brewery also produces a Lager, Nut Brown Ale, Stout, Dark Star Porter, IPA, Oktoberfest (August-November), and various seasonals.
5. Liberty Brewery & Grill: 1321 Celebrity Cir, Myrtle Beach, SC
The Grand Strand’s longest-running brew pub! Complementing its American comfort foods is a rotating array of home-brewed beers. Stalwarts include Rockets Red Ale, White Ale, Unfiltered Wheat, Nut Brown Ale and Miss Liberty Lager, along with limited, small-batch varieties. The bar and sprawling restaurant are centered around large vats and the brewing system.
6. Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant: 3060 Howard Avenue, Myrtle Beach, SC
anThis national chain is all about consistency and tradition. This brewery adheres to the so-called “German Purity Law.” This means that fresh ingredients are mandated for all their on site brewed beers. Order the beer flight to sample four Gordon Biersch brews, it comes with a placement chart that describes the brews and its ingredients. The regular tap rotation is the Golden Export, Hefeweizen, Schwarzbier, Marzen, and Czech Pilsner.