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Pizza King, 4330 Fort Jackson Boulevard: 2000s   3 comments

Posted at 1:09 am in nightclub,restaurants

I have to say that the Pizza King looks like a really stern monarch. If you didn't order the anchovies on your pie, you would eat it and like it..

I don't actually remember seeing this place in operation, and I normally keep an eye out for pizza. Either it closed while I was living out of town, or given the odd location (Fort Jackson Boulevard where Crowson Road follows Gill Creek past K-Mart) and lack of apparent parking, my eyes just slid over it.

I know Pizza King can't have been the first operation in this building -- That illuminated arrow looks like it dates back to the 60s at least.

Written by ted on December 9th, 2010

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  1. Wasn't this TK's Pizza at one time?

    tonkatoy

    9 Dec 10 at 7:26 am

  2. Pizza King was open as recently as 2-3 years ago. I don't recall exactly when it opened, but I don't think it lasted particularly long. I think during part of the 80s and 90s this might have been a church of some sort.

    badger

    9 Dec 10 at 10:11 am

  3. Must have been the Jim Clyburn billboard that was mounted over the place that kept folks away -That alone will make you lose your lunch- LoL

    Bob

    9 Dec 10 at 3:07 pm

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