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Oct 24, 2007 10:57 AM

Is Slice Pizzeria still open?

Does anyone know if Slice Pizzeria on St. Charles is still open? I haven't read review any more recent than Nov. '06. Thank you!

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    1. Slow service but the food is decent and super cheap.

      7 Replies
      1. re: cor

        Do you like their pizza? If not, which pizzeria would you recommend?

          1. re: JGrey

            Dough Bowl's meatballs (on pizza or sandwich) are surprisingly good.

            1. re: christina_hunnicutt

              I like their pizza very much, second only to New York Pizza on Magazine. Also, they have a great happy hour special of a large pizza with two toppings and a pitcher of Abita for $18.95. Reginelli's is good on Monday and Tuesday when pitcher of Abita are $2, and even then I prefer the sandwiches over the pizza.

            2. re: cor

              In my experience, Reginelli's is MUCH, much slower.

              Slice is probably the best, in my opinion, with Theo's coming in second. Depends on what you like.

              I wouldn't eat Boot pizza sober...

              1. re: kmnola

                Theo's is best in my opinion. I think their "eccentric" is absolutely delicious. It has the added advantage of being on Magazine St. among some cool antique and clothing shops if you're into that sort of thing.

            3. Slice bums me out. The service is so slow and the pizza is disappointing. I've never experienced a pizza that wasn't already congealed when it arrived at the table, maybe it would be good if it were served right out of the oven; who knows? After living three blocks away from Deflina and Little Star in SF, then sampling the best "hip" and "fresh" pizza offerings, I've resorted to making my own, and I'm pretty damn lazy so that says a lot. That's how much disdain I have for this place. With that said, I have been taken to Theo's once and it was good for what it was.