Slice Pizzeria

Last Activity: Nov 26th, 2013

slice pizzeria

Location

108 SE 1st St
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
(954) 762-9434
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Critic's Rating

Rating2.1
Food
Service
Ambiance
Last Review: 11/25/13

Information

HoursM-F 11am - 8pm
Dress CodeCasual ParkingStreet metered, Garage
CCYes AlcoholNo
Entree PricesInExpensive OutdoorYes
ReservationsNo DeliveryFree, $10 minimum

Critic's Review

Slice is under new ownership yet again, and rather than skip lunch on a busy day, so once again I figured I'd check them out. I've never gotten a pie here; partially because of their hours and partially because I didn't care for the owners.

No Italians behind the counter here; I ordered a single slice. Up to a whopping $2.85. Pretty pricey for a small slice.

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Not very impressive; burned around the edges. The crust was crispy, and had these burned bits that occur when the pizza oven isn't cleaned properly.

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Not as good as before, and it was only "decent" before.

Review 1/14/10

Slice is a cramped space in the downtown "mall" of shops that cater mostly to area businesses at lunchtime. I've gotten slices here on several occasions with different results each time. I prefer to review whole pies, but they don't seem to be open on evenings or weekends, so it hasn't worked out.

There really isn't a place to stand while you wait for your order, which is a bit uncomfortable. Its not an issue if you're dining in. On my last visit I was shooed from where I was standing, even though there was no-one else waiting or in the area.

The first slices I got were reheated several times, and were quite overdone. The next time they were only slightly overdone, with a crispy thin crust. The sauce is quite tasty, but a little short on cheese. There was about an inch and a half of unsauced, uncheesed crust which is too much on a 16" slice. The 3rd time they were much better (pictured), I suspect because the owner was in this time. The crust is just right, but they're a bit light on the sauce and I certainly wouldn't say the cheese is generous. The slices are very similar to Isabella's pizza. Good but nothing extraordinary.

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They have 18" pies, but their slices are from 16" pies. Most places, think Mauro's and Times Square, use their largest pies for slices. They are inexpensive, as a 16" regular pie is only 9.99 and an 18" pie is $11.99. One day I'll get a pie, but I usually don't order whole pizzas mid day. A 16" plain slice is $2. plus tax.

They claim to sell Gyros, and their facebook page boasts a Gyro Broiler, however the broiler has been empty both times I checked. Perhaps you need to call a day ahead?

They've recently changed their hours so they are now open until 8pm M-F. Still closed on weekends.

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