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SOUTH PHILADELPHIA REVIEW – READER’S CHOICE AWARD 2010 FOR
MOST ORIGINAL PIZZA

Philly Hot List 2008 Readers Choice Best Pizza
Voter Review: “Their pie has a beautiful chunky sauce with a nice light crust!!! I’m glad
they opened in my neighborhood. I actually started eating pizza again thanks to these
guys.”

Best of Philly 2007, Philadelphia Magazine, Best Pizza










Best of the Best, South Jersey Magazine, July 2012

Best Slice of Pizza in Rittenhouse Square Philadelphia Examiner 6/28/2011

South Philly Review, February 2010
“There are only a few restaurants that bake authentic, classic pizza… I can add SliCE
to the list.”

Thrillist – Philadelphia, September 2009
“Building on the success of the South Philly original, SLiCE just opened a similarly menu’d Center
City outpost…”"

The Omnivore, May 2009 By Rich Pawlak
“A SliCE of Pure Pizza Bliss”

PHILADELPHIA STYLE March 2009 By Adam Erace and Peter Proko
Two local foodies taste-test the best pizza in Philadephia. “At this spot at 10th and Federal, you can get individual slices of regular pizza with or without additional toppings, but in our humble opinion you’d be wasting your time:”

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER February 2009 By Rick Nichols
Satisfying His Hunger

CITY PAPER by Drew Lazor
Last weekend saw the debut of SliCE, a gourmet takeout with freshness on the brain. The team’s still crafting the final menu, but the golden-baked Neopolitian pizzas, including BBQ chicken and the classic margherita, should do well to tide you over. Non-pie eats include create-your-own calzones and SliCE-arotti, the ship’s take on panzarotti. Bite This: Ficle pizza folks will love the “Quatro Stagione,” a pie you customize quarter by quarter. Toppings include goodies like artichoke hearts, Maglio sausage, arugula and house-grated Parmesan.

PHILADELPHIA MAGAZINE
It may be called SliCE, but it’s the fresh-from-the-oven-hand-tossed pies that made us love this bare-bones new South Philly spot. The thin, crisp crust is topped with a light blanket of fresh, chunky tomato sauce and generous handfuls of cheese. Take our suggestion: Keep it simple. Too many toppings can weigh this Neapolitan-style pizza down. Opt for the elegant margarita with fresh mozzarella, or garlicky Florentine.