The Pizza Skiff is delivering hot pies to Tampa Bay beaches on a boat

A man holds a box of pizza aboard a boat. A boat with a pizza flag hitched to the back docks

Only in Florida will you find pizza boat delivery. OK you might find it in other places too, but not with that quintessential Florida flair. Madison Avenue Pizza is known for its 32″ pizza challenge, and for its larger than life slices. I swear you could kite surf with one of those cheesy triangles, or parasail with one of the pies. The beaches in the Tampa Bay region are teaming with boaters, some of whom might want to enjoy a meal without having to dock anywhere, and that’s where the Madison Avenue Pizza Skiff comes in. The Tampa Bay region’s own pizza boat delivery service.

This pizza delivery concept was first announced back in March 2022, and since its inception has delighted boaters on the Bay. Madison Avenue owner Sean Ferraro is delivering these aquatic pies himself, and he’s making major waves out by Indian Shores.


Boaters, sandbar enthusiasts, divers and others are in for a treat. The Pizza Skiff sells whole pies (cheese/pepperoni) priced at $20. He takes most forms of payment. He keeps the food hot in a fancy onboard warmer. If you see the Pizza Skiff cruising around the beach, just wave them down to get your pizza fix.

You can also send them a DM on Instagram to get their location and schedule.

If you can’t wait for a beach day to try Madison Avenue Pizza, just list their brick-and-mortar at 2660 Bayshore Boulevard in Dunedin.

“Madison Avenue Pizza is a culmination of all of the things that I have experienced growing up in an Italian family and working in the restaurant industry for over 20 years,” writes Ferraro. “We cook things the old fashioned way, using only the freshest ingredients possible and making everything we can from scratch in our kitchen.”

See a full Madison Avenue Pizza menu on their website.


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