Slice - excuse me - SliCE - is the closest "fancy" pizza place around. You know, a place where not everything is on top of red sauce. I make a lot of pizza, but sometimes you don't want to turn on the oven. This is their Caramelized Onion and Goat Cheese pizza.
It was great, and Brian said it might be the best he's ever had.
Nice thin crust.
Good smattering of toppings.
I love that they call it Caramelized Onion and Goat Cheese - but you know, it's got a good bit of bacon on top. That's not even part of the title. As I said here, and say all the time, bacon is a seasoning, and clearly they understand that.
Slice makes a bit point on their website about how they focus only on pizza and don't have frozen/fried appetizers or hoagies or any of the other stuff common at pizza places around here. They do, however, have awesome salads.
This photo doesn't quite do justice to the Signature salad. Arugula, pine nuts, gorgonzola and a raspberry vinaigrette that avoids that overly-syrupy taste of bottled dressings.
I had a lame week for CSA greens, so ordering in a salad like this was great. There was enough salad for three good servings, so I was able to bring it for lunch the next day.