Slice of Life
Get pies and slices however you like them. Twenty-five toppings include standard pepperoni and Italian sausage along with bacon, chicken, steak, pineapple, spinach, jalapenos, fresh basil, feta cheese and artichoke hearts. Dough made daily in-house produces crisp tender pizzas. Gluten-free crust is available. Don’t miss the white pizza. Fresh tomatoes replace the sauce on this cheesy, flavorful pie hosting garlic, ricotta, parmesan, mozzarella and fresh basil.
On the rare occasion someone is not in the mood for pizza, Slice of Life accommodates with soups, salads, subs, wrap sandwiches and wings with various sauces, sweet red chili, tequila lime and garlic parmesan to name a few.
There’s a Mexican bent here, too. Try nachos, quesadillas and tacos. Draft, craft, domestic and imported beers are served as well as wine and cocktails. No matter which location you choose, the atmosphere is red brick rustic and friendly. Plenty of televisions hang up high so everyone can see the big game. Outdoor seating is especially nice on warm, sunny days.
Find Slice of Life downtown on Market Street, uptown at Eastwood Drive and Military Cutoff and midtown at College Road and 17th Street. A visit to the downtown store is lunch and a historic stop all in one. Slice owner Ray Worrell revitalized the circa 1841 Masonic Lodge to host the pizzeria. Look for historic markers near the front door. Daniel Webster, 11th U.S. President James Polk and presidential candidate Henry Clay all visited this building in the 1800s.
Slice of Life locations are open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. daily.
For more information visit www.grabslice.com