Lighthouse Pizza North: Tybee Island

By Damien Knight

On July 8th, 2017 my family had the privilege of spending the weekend at Tybee Island. Spending the day at a beach with two young children has a way of making men hungry. My spouse and I debated 30 minutes in fact over food. I, of course, the hangry type told him.

“Throw a rock and pick one.”

His response was “Wendy’s.”

Yeah no, I was not about to be in such a unique place and go to Wendy’s. Sorry sassy twitter red head, I wanted something unique. We drove past Lighthouse Pizza, and I knew that’s where I wanted lunch.

If I were to rate them on a five-star scale, I would say it was four stars. The only reason it’s not five is, the pizza is a bit greasy, and the price is a tad high. When we entered, we went to the register, and they seated us at a booth. From there our waitress came and took our order. We ordered a Hawaiian Pizza and four drinks. For my readers who are unfamiliar with the Hawaiian, it is a ham and pineapple pizza.

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Our Pizza, The dolls want a bite.

 

The drinks were self-serve, our waitress handed us four Styrofoam cups, and we got our drinks from a drink fountain. I had a coke, which was well about how you expect a coke to taste. The pizza itself was good. We each ate two slices. It was sweet and salty, and a bit greasy. I used a napkin to dry the grease off mine. Over all, I highly recommend stopping in if hungry after a day on the beach.

 

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Also the plates were metal, and they gave out forks.

 

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