Brussels Sprout Pizza: an exclusive for SliCE in Fishtown and free on Friday
SliCE Pizza which already has locations in South Philadelphia, Rittenhouse and Washington Township, New Jersey is opening a Fishtown shop on Friday, October 28th. And the shop is opening by giving out free pizza.
Marlo and Jason Dilks who own SliCE as well as East Passyunk’s P’unk Burger will have many of their longtime favorites on the menu but in a twist, the Fishtown location will be dedicated to serving organic, natural and hormone free ingredients. The pizzeria, which specializes in Trenton-style pizza will also offer an expanded selection of vegan and gluten-free options for its Fishtown guests. Look for the other SliCE locations to go organic by next year.
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SliCE is showing off its new Spring pizza by giving sliCEs away between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. The samples are of the ramp and ricotta pie, made with locally sourced ramps, ricotta, mozzarella, olive oil, garlic, 1732 Meats Garlic Insanity bacon and finished with pine nuts. The pizza is available for a limited time. A small is $17.99, a large is $23.99.
SliCE has locations near Rittenhouse Square, South Philadelphia and Washington Township, NJ.
SliCE owners Marlo and Jason Dilks are filling in one of the few culinary gaps that still remain along East Passyunk. The couple is opening P’unk Burger in November at 1823 East Passyunk Avenue (former Chhaya location).
The burger shop will offer beef, poultry, salmon burgers and soy-free veggie burgers. The menu will also include hand-cut fries and milkshakes.
The restaurant will be BYOB and have room for 25-30. Inside the front window will be an arcade game table-top with the classic Burger Time.
P’unk Burger will be open daily with late-night hours on Friday and Saturday. P’unk is aiming to open in November.
P’unk Burger [Foobooz]
Tomorrow, Thursday, July 17th, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., restaurants from all over South Philadelphia will compete for what may be the most honorable, and certainly delicious, title known to man: Pizza Olympics Champion. And this year, you get to decide who takes home the crown.
The 6th Annual Pizza Olympics at Penn’s Landing Caterer, 1301 S. Columbus Boulevard, will feature fifteen of Philadelphia’s pizza parlors, all of which will
fight knead for your votes. Guests will decide the top slices in seven categories – Best Crust, Best Veggie, Best Creative Topping, Best White, Favorite Sicilian, Top Tomato Pie, and Best Sauce. Tickets are $15 and get you three hours of all-you-can-eat pizza sampling. And in addition to your full stomachs, the event is providing a DJ, prizes, and performance by the Mummers.
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SliCE and Di Bruno Bros. have teamed up to create a special Margherita di Burrata Pizza topped with cherry tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil, Di Bruno’s handmade burrata and finished with fresh basil and sea salt. The pizza is available all month long and today only, free samples will be available from noon to 7 p.m. at all three SliCE locations (1740 Sansom St; 1180 S 10th St; 137 Egg Harbor Rd, Washnington Twp, NJ).
In addition to the burrata pizza, SliCE is also offering a burrata caprese salad for $10.95.
For all you youths out there who are obsessed with both food and the internet, have I got something for you.
Jake & Amir could be one of the funniest sketches on the Internet. If you haven’t heard of it, look it up, start with their first video and waste your day away. They’re a hilarious duo, and College Humor is a great site to quench a fit of boredom. Jake, Amir, and Streeter had a live show this past Friday and they hung out at Rittenhouse Square beforehand. They needed some pizza ordering advice, and I offered my assistance, as long as they provided Foobooz with some shameless self-promotion.
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A couple weeks ago I was lucky enough to help inspire a pizza with the help of Marlo Dilks of SliCE pizza. My suggestions included ricotta cheese and pistachios. Dilks came back with the pizza at right. Rucula and pistachios with a base of chopped tomatoes, mozzarella and ricotta cheese. I’ve sampled the pizza, and must say it is pretty damned awesome. All three SliCE locations will have the pizza on special through July, 31.
With any luck, maybe this pizza can also become a permanent addition.
SliCE [Official Site]
On Friday, July 27th London kicks off its Olympics. Eight days earlier in South Philadelphia, we have the Pizza Olympics. From 6 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, July 19th, South Philly Review is holding its fourth annual Pizza Olympics down at Penns Landing Caterers at 1301 S. Columbus Blvd. A reasonable $10 gets you admission to the event and free samples from 15 local pizza joints.
There will be music, raffles, giveaways and DJs. You must be 18 to attend and tickets are available online or at the door (in limited quantity).
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This Saturday June 30th is Vegan Pizza Day. Across the country many pizza shops will be celebrating by serving vegan options. For you vegans out there, here are three Philly spots where you can get your own vegan pizza this Saturday.
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Drew Lazor takes umbrage to the premise that you cannot get good pizza in Philadelphia in his cover story in today’s City Paper. Lazor winds his way through Philadelphia’s best pizza haunts collecting opinions and theories galore on pizza in Philadelphia.
Waiting for Good Dough [City Paper]