The crackery crust of the pizza at New Moon is a pleasant surprise, even for those of us who appreciate a gloppy, sloppy slice of New York-style. A crisp crust that shatters in your mouth has a place in the pizza world, but you gotta eat it quick or it'll get soggy. The specialty choices at this neighborhood joint on Johns Island range from inspired (the Godfather: meatballs, ham, pepperoni, sausage, Genoa salami) to downright weird (the Hurricane: mustard-based sauce covered with cheese, grilled chicken, bacon, and topped after baking with diced tomato, yellow pepper, jalapeños, pineapple, and buttermilk ranch drizzle). On the pub side of the menu, they've got a list of burgers and sandwiches, which come with some seriously addictive housemade potato chips. —Stephanie Barna, Dish (Summer 2012)
Hand-tossed dough and fresh ingredients with creative concoctions like Buffalo chicken, baked potato, and the Flying Hawaiian. Menu also has salads, appetizers, wings, and signature sandwiches.