Due to an increase in our delivery business and staffing shortage, we have partnered with Door Dash to help our in-house delivery drivers. If you or someone you know would like to be a driver, fill out an application at https://www.famularis.com/jobs
The perfectly foldable slice of ‘za, our New York Style is a classic. Imagine crispy crust and a warm, doughy middle layered with toppings we prepare in-house. The mozzarella is freshly-grated, the toppings are sliced just for you, and our hand-tossed dough is made in-house. Baked to the ideal crisp inside our brick deck oven, this is the quintessential pizza experience. Choose a specialty pie like the popular BBQ chicken or build your own 10, 14, or 18-inch—fold a slice and enjoy.
Two inches thick and five pounds heavy, our Chicago Style pizza is a true deep dish. As the only pizzeria in Charleston that makes Chicago style, we pride ourselves on making it perfectly with our in-house dough, freshly-sliced toppings and special Chicago-style pans. We bake fresh mozzarella and toppings between two layers of light and fluffy dough, finishing it with a buttered crust, a layer of chunky tomato sauce and a sprinkle of parmesan on top. Go classic or try our Cheese Steak creation and cut in—this is not a pizza to be taken lightly. (If you’re up for it, check out our Chicago Challenge: one person, one topping, one hour.)
Famulari’s Pizzeria was born from strong friendship, brotherhood, and a passion for pizza. In 2003, brothers Jason and Justin Famulari teamed up with longtime friends Josh and Brandon. With their 20+ years of pizza-making experience, they set out to create the best possible pizza.
After five years of careful planning, the first Famulari’s Pizza launched in Summerville, South Carolina in 2008. We've been voted BEST PIZZA nearly every year since (Winner 2009-2015 & 2017-2021).
In 2021, Famulari’s celebrated opening its 7th location when they opened their doors in Hanahan. Now you can enjoy the famous pizzas all over the Charleston metro. As City Paper put it: “If you have to have pizza, and if you care what it tastes like, you should be at Famulari's.”