Picture this: you’re home on a Saturday night having a spontaneous party with friends. It’s still early, but everyone’s hungry and you’re running out of drinks. Things are getting desperate. Your easy solution? Homeslice.
For $5, the no-frills shop will deliver your pizza, plus Two Birds Sunset Ale, Mountain Goat Steam Ale, Peroni Red, red wine or white wine. Otherwise, trek on down and settle onto one of the venue’s paint-splattered stools to enjoy a crisp pizza from chef Antony Campbell (ex-chef at Enoteca Sileno). The thin, Roman-style bases are blistered just the right amount, giving each bite a good charcoal backbone alongside the cheese and tomato.
The 12-inch wheels range from simple classics (margherita) to meaty (salami with olives and capers) to veggie-heavy (pumpkin with goat’s cheese; eggplant with pesto) to all-out (pork cheek, brussels sprouts, parmesan). If you feel the need for something lighter, grab a white cabbage salad, balsamic-glazed figs or an antipasto platter.