CAROLINA BEACH, NC - Serving some of the areas best New York style pizza, Calzones, and hot subs Frank’s Pizza on the Boardwalk is always a crowd favorite. In addition Frank’s serves up an awesome selection of salads and baked specialties like the ham or spinach Calzones, Stromboli and even a “Veggieboli!” Open year round you can by the entire pie of by the slice your way with a huge selection of toppings to choose from! Tony “Lem” Phillips of the Federal Point Historic Preservation Society wrote this about Frank’s Pizza: “After a devastating year in 2014, Frank’s Pizza has literally risen from the ashes to come back and continue to be one of the mainstays of our Boardwalk and a very welcome Business Member of the Federal Point History Center. For twenty-two years Frank’s has opened for business selling New York Style pizza, calzones, and Stromboli on Carolina Beach Avenue North (Boardwalk) right across from Britt’s Donuts. Mister Frank Tatey originally opened Frank’s Pizza around 1992. Mr. Tatey later sold it to one Frank Williamson who finally sold it to Debbie Whitley in 2003. Debbie kept the name and slice by delicious slice, Frank’s became the “go to” place on the Carolina Beach Boardwalk for great pizza. Last year (2014), the owner, Debbie Whitley passed away. After that loss, the north end of the Boardwalk suffered an historic fire. While it may have looked like Frank’s Pizza was going to be a memory, Debbie’s son, Patrick Adair was working hard to bring it back better than ever.” Frank’s Pizza is located at #8 Carolina Beach Avenue North on the Boardwalk.
They are open Monday through Thursday from 4:00pm until 9:30pm and Friday through Sunday from 11:30am until 9:30pm. Take Out and Delivery available by calling (910)458-7010.
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