‘Sliced’ - a pizza place - opens in Myrtle Beach

By Emily Smith

For The Sun News

The new pizza place “Sliced.”
The new pizza place “Sliced.” Emily Smith

▪ A new pizza place in Myrtle Beach began welcoming guests the week before Christmas with the fitting name of Sliced. A brick oven bakes the pies from personal sizes to a whopping 21 inch large. Though pizza is the main appeal, but Head Chef Henry Mills hopes to gradually add more Italian inspired dishes to the menu.

For the time being, guests can enjoy pizzas of their own creation with regular or premium toppings or any of the specialty pies that all come with the housemade sauce. Some of their specialties include the Butcher Block pizza that is loaded up with meat or the Southwest that has some kick to it.

Sliced offers wings, a few salads, and sandwiches called grinders, like their version of a Sloppy Joe. Appetizers have familiar bites in the form of mozzarella sticks or crispy calamari, but also the somewhat unusual cheesesteak Portobello or garlic and truffle flatbread.

At 4765 U.S. 17, Sliced is conveniently located near many businesses and easy access to the highway. The restaurant is open Monday through Saturday from noon to 11 p.m. and can be reached at 843-808-9501. Online, their website is still in the making but their social media page,, is easily accessible.