When we think of a $1 pizza slice, we usually think about those dime-a-dozen pizza parlors that use cheap ingredients and churn out pizza that’s bringing down quality across the board. But for one day only, Oct. 9, slices from some of New York City's finest pizzerias will be selling for just one buck.
Slice Out Hunger will be held on that day at 6 p.m. at St. Anthony’s Church on Sullivan Street, and at the annual charity event pizza from Di Fara (which usually sells for $5 per slice) will be sold for just $1, as well as pizza from more than 35 other pizzerias including Lombardi’s, Keste, John’s Pizzeria, Arturo’s, and Motorino, none of which typically sell pizza by the slice.
Every dollar raised at the event will be matched by Scott’s Pizza Tours and other sponsors, and 100 percent of the proceeds will go directly to the Food Bank for New York City.
So wait, we can eat slices from some of the city’s top pizzerias, for $1, for charity? Where do we sign?