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  • Ben Kessler

    I grew up in Yardley, PA literally just across the river from Trenton and I must say to this day De Lorenzo’s makes the best pie I’ve ever tasted. It’s a must for anyone that has never been, just make sure to call in an order because the line to get a table is almost always too long.

  • nipsey russell

    slice is far and away my favorite pizza in philly right now. great ingredients. only complaint is that they dont load on the toppings…when the sausage is this good you want more!

  • Mithras

    Hmmm, I’ll have to give Slice another shot. Someone I know raved about the place, so I bought a small Georgio pie a couple of weeks ago. I threw it away halfway through, it was that bad. The crust was like cardboard, especially on the edge, totally inedible. The cheese was missing, although now reading the article I see both those things were on purpose. The whole pizza weighed less than slices at other places. There were too few slices of pepperoni and the slices that were on there were way too thick, they didn’t even get hot. I actually had the thought that the place must be a front for a drug-dealing operation, nobody makes pizza this bad and still makes a profit. Maybe it’s a hipster pizza place, one step up from Ellio’s for people who don’t want food to taste too good so they can fit in their skinny jeans. Or maybe I don’t know what’s good. I’ll try it again. I’m think I’m going to go back to Marra’s, though.