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Posted by Snoop on 08/08/2012
Try the veggie pie. Great stuff. It could be a little cheaper, but for pizza this delicious, I'm willing to pay. Thin crust, but not too thin. Robust sauce, and plentiful toppings. Good service, too.
Posted by Allie on 06/06/2012
You have to go to Trenton or NY City to get better pie. Nice thin crust with high quality toppings. If you want the standard american doughy cheesy glop - don't go here. Not much atmosphere, but who cares! (The salads are great too.)
Posted by JO on 02/20/2010
I'm addicted to SliCE's Americano pie. The sauce is made from the absolute most delicious tomatoes I've ever tasted. The cheese is underneath the sauce, so it may be hard to see--but trust me, it's there. The crust is thin and crunchy, but still readily folded. The place is pretty popular, so delivery can take up to about an hour. But it's free, and almost always the food's still hot. With a good tip, an Americano comes out to $17--totally worth it, in my opinion. (The spinach salad and Italiana calzone are also quite good.)
Posted by pizzatime on 12/05/2009
Great pizza and much needed in a city where the pizza isn't the best. My only gripe is that since the pizza is so thin, when you order toppings, they really lay it on smothering the pizza and making it dificult to eat. They should go much lighter on the toppings, and I suggest with pizza this thin you probably should only get 0-1 toppings anyway.
Posted by SNZA on 09/20/2009
I picked up a plain pie recently. The crust was thin, crispy--just right for that kind of pizza. The sauce was fine. My only problem was that there was barely any mozzarella on the whole thing. Like, seriously, so little that I had to look hard to discern where it was. That said, if they were a bit more generous with the cheese, SLiCE's might be one of the best pizzas in town. (The people who work there are friendly, by the way, and the prices are competitive.)