Sir Pizza’s best kept secret and the success of every pizza we make. We make our dough fresh daily.
One of the most important ingredients is Sir Pizza’s fresh, smoked provolone cheese for a richer taste and creamier consistency you won’t find in mozzarella.
Sir Pizza has a list of toppings to please the taste of everyone, prepared in a style all our own…ingredients are diced and evenly distributed for a more consistent flavor.
Why? Simple! It provides for easier eating and a better division of the pizza.
Sir Pizza is a family owned and operated business serving the Grand Strand since March of 2012. We look forward to serving the community and surrounding areas with our quality products and great customer service. Whether you are a local resident of North Myrtle Beach or just visiting the area for vacation, join the Sir Pizza family for a quality meal.
Sir Pizza offers a full service dining experience. You have the option to order from our extensive menu or indulge in our all you can eat buffet. Our buffet offers a wide variety of pizza, pasta, soup, and salad and best of all for a reasonable price. Kids under 10 are half price. For your convenience, we have a call ahead pick-up window to better serve you on take-out orders.
The Sir Pizza Concept was developed in 1958. The original store was opened in Muncie, Indiana under the name Pizza King with the primary goals being product quality and customer satisfaction. Tightly controlled systems and standards have proven to be effective and successful. Because of legal restrictions, the use of the Pizza King name has been limited to the state of Indiana. In 1966 Sir Pizza International, Inc., was founded to operate and franchise restaurants outside Indiana. Currently there are over 200 Sir Pizza and Pizza King Stores operating both nationally and internationally. International locations include countries of Central America, South America, Europe, and Mexico. States with franchise locations include Indiana, Michigan, Tennessee, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Florida, Kentucky, and now South Carolina.