Marco’s Pizza Prices

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There’s no denying that pizza is already considered as a staple food in America. In fact, there are so many different purveyors of this dish that the internet can make their own top 100 lists of the best pizza restaurants around the country. Marco’s Pizza prices, franchisees, dough, and cheesy flavor, however, help make the eatery come out on top.

Crowned as America’s Pizza Chain of the Year in 2019 by the Harris Poll EquiTrend Study that surveyed 77,000 people, it can be quite a reliable gauge on the public’s current taste in pizzas. It’s very surprising, however, as it shouldn’t be that easy to beat more popular pizza chains. Looking at other lists, Marco’s doesn’t even get in the top 10 consistently, so what gives? We’ll help you find out below.

Below are the latest Marco’s Pizza menu prices.

ItemPrice

Salads

Greek Salad$6.44
Italian Chef$6.79
Chicken Caesar Salad$6.47
Garden Salad$6.46
Italian Chef Salad$6.61
Garden$9.05

Specialty Pizzas

White Cheezy$12.42
White Cheezy Pizza$12.03
Deluxe Pizza$12.12
All Meat Pizza$12.01
BBQ Chicken Pizza$11.54
Chicken Fresco$12.43
Chicken Fresco Pizza$12.03
Hawaiian Chicken Pizza$11.90
Garden Pizza$12.06

Subs

Chicken Club$5.97
Italiano$6.02
Italiano Sub$6.11
Steak & Cheese$6.03
Steak & Cheese Sub$6.34
Ham & Cheese$5.99
Ham & Cheese Sub$6.37
Ham and Cheese Sub$5.79
Chicken Club Sub$6.23
Meatball$6.00
Meatball Sub$6.16
Steak and Cheese Sub$5.80
Veggie Sub$5.75

Local Delights

Pepperoni Magnifico Pizza$10.49
The Big Cheese Pizza$10.36
The Works Pizza$12.96

Popular Items

All Meat$12.19
Cheezy Bread$5.82
Cinna Squares$4.80
Pepperoni Magnifico$11.65
Chicken Wings$8.14
Deluxe$12.19
Hawaiian Chicken$12.42
Chicken Caesar$6.70
Greek$6.70

Extras

Pizza Sauce Dipping Cup$0.73
Ranch Dipping Sauce$0.73
Jalapeno Ranch Dipping Cup$0.74
Tangy BBQ Dipping Cup$0.73
Hot Sauce Dipping Cup$0.73
Blue Cheese Dipping Cup$0.73
Jalapenos$0.72
Banana Peppers$0.73
Vanilla Icing Packet$0.73
Ranch Dressing$0.71
Italian Dressing$0.70
Caesar Dressing$0.73
Greek Vinaigrette Dressing$0.73

Desserts

Double Chocolate Brownie$6.54
Cinnasquares$4.71

Beverages

Pepsi$2.39
Pepsi®$1.97
Diet Pepsi$2.13
Diet Pepsi®$1.97
Mist Twst®$1.92
Sierra Mist$2.19
Mountain Dew$2.12
Mountain Dew®$1.96
Mug Rootbeer®$1.92
Cherry Pepsi®$1.92
Orange Crush®$1.92

Sides

Cheezybread$5.87
Side Banana Peppers$0.55
Meatball Bake$10.56
Chicken Dippers$8.02
Side Pizza Sauce$0.64
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History

Founded in Oregon, Ohio in 1978 by Pasquale “Pat” Giammarco, an Italian immigrant, Marco’s Pizza has quite a nice authenticity claim to its Italian-American cuisine. As Giammarco moved to the US at the age of 9, the restaurant he started was already a nice mixture of the cultures he’s familiar with. As his family also ran a pizzeria, he was already practically an industry veteran when he started his own restaurant.

Up until 2002, Giammarco operated the chain as a family-owned business. It was not until the restaurant industry luminary Jack Butorac found his restaurants did they realize the potential of the chain. While their branding was inconsistent, the pizza was the same in all 5 locations that Butorac visited. As they were all delicious, the expert thought that it was such a waste of potential. He then convinced Giammarco to go national.

After Butorac took the reigns in Marco’s Pizza’s expansion, the company grew exponentially in just a matter of more than a decade. Today, they already have more than 800 locations around the globe. Not bad for something that only really started to open franchising in the early 2000s.

What They’re Famous For 

The most fascinating thing about Marco’s Pizza is the fact that they’re famous for the most basic stuff that they offer and not some gimmicky stuff. They didn’t have to invent something new to catch the public’s attention. They just cooked up the stuff that they’ve been cooking up for decades and those things put them on foodies’ maps.

Generally speaking, there are three things that people hype about Marco’s Pizza. First is their dough. They’re baked fresh in stores every day so you’re guaranteed that they’re very fresh. They’re fluffy and buttery inside and is the perfect balance between being chewy and dense. Its consistency is not easy to achieve, making it quite a great thing to bite into.

Next is their three-cheese blend that they use on their pizzas and Cheezybread. It’s a wonderful mix of provolone, muenster, and mozzarella, giving their pizzas and Cheezybreads a rather unique taste.

Lastly is their pizza sauce. Developed by Giammarco and his father for his restaurant, it only uses vine-riped Roma tomatoes alongside the other ingredients that make up an all-original recipe. Despite being used by the chain for decades now, diners can still tell that it’s a homemade recipe, making Marco’s Pizza a feel more similar to a pizzeria than any other Italian-inspired pizza chain.

Why Eat Here

If the things that made Marco’s Pizza popular did not convince you to give this chain a try, these might just help you make up your mind and head to one of their nearby stores.

1. It’s a non-fussy, unpretentious pizza chain.

If you’re tired of the fake Italian pizzeria theme of other pizza chains, Marco’s Pizza will prove to be a breath of fresh air for you. It has a very understated branding that some might even think it’s quite bland and nondescript but it still actually works. The simplicity of their stores makes them a lot more calming than other chains with their busy decor composed of checkered table cloths combined dark wood and stone masonry. 

Sure, they feel more Italian but they also verge towards pretentiousness. Marco’s Pizza’s minimalism tends to feel more genuine and current even if it can be a lot plainer than what you’re used to. Their restaurants are very functional, however, with their open-kitchen layout, self-service beverage station, and their simple wooden furniture.

2. The food is undeniably good.

Chains tend to lose their original charm at some point but if you’ll try Marco’s Pizza’s offerings, you can still tell that they used original recipes for most of their dishes. For starters, their dough is made fresh in stores daily. This is a huge plus because you’re guaranteed to get fresh and high-quality food. 

It’s also very easy to tell that the pizza sauce is made from a homemade recipe. The fact that they’re made from vine-ripened Roma tomatoes elevates their quality and tastiness.

To learn more about Marco’s Pizza or to find a location near you, visit their website at www.marcos.com.