Real Pizza

★★★★★
34.6137 -82.7704
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864-375-1410

6248 Hwy 76

Pendleton, SC

29670

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Recently changed their name to "Pizza then Some" this place never let's you down. Always hot and fresh. Must try the cheeseburger pizza, it's an absolute winner! The subs are also some of the best around. This place is here to stay.

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Recently changed their name to "Pizza then Some" this place never let's you down. Always hot and fresh. Must try the cheeseburger pizza, it's an absolute winner! The subs are also some of the best around. This place is here to stay.

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Real Pizza means business. Occupying an inconspicuous storefront in the quiet Anderson, SC neighborhood of Sandy Springs, the take-out joint's focus is squarely on the pies. Granted, the no-frills approach typifies many pizzerias. That said, Real Pizza doesn??t mean business as usual. The menu belies the modest decor with an emphasis on specialty pizzas that somewhat limits the options for creating your own ?? perhaps to curtail pizza fakery on the part of taste-challenged customers.

The Real Pizza crew really do know what??s best. The basics shine: ripe tomato chimes with a crisply textured crust that??s just right for this Italophile. If you do order individual toppings, go for the gusto and have them build your masterpiece. Size-wise, a Real Pizza is a bit awkward ?? at 12 inches, no longer little enough for one, but plenty big enough for two. Overall, though, the name doth not protest too much ?? this IS the GENUINE article.

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★★★★★

Real Pizza means business. Occupying an inconspicuous storefront in the quiet Anderson, SC neighborhood of Sandy Springs, the take-out joint's focus is squarely on the pies. Granted, the no-frills approach typifies many pizzerias. That said, Real Pizza doesn??t mean business as usual. The menu belies the modest decor with an emphasis on specialty pizzas that somewhat limits the options for creating your own ?? perhaps to curtail pizza fakery on the part of taste-challenged customers.

The Real Pizza crew really do know what??s best. The basics shine: ripe tomato chimes with a crisply textured crust that??s just right for this Italophile. If you do order individual toppings, go for the gusto and have them build your masterpiece. Size-wise, a Real Pizza is a bit awkward ?? at 12 inches, no longer little enough for one, but plenty big enough for two. Overall, though, the name doth not protest too much ?? this IS the GENUINE article.

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