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Places to Get a Slice of Pizza

Emily Flake

Eat Special Issue 2005

Stuff It City Paper’s Annual Guide to Filling Your Face

Get Stuffed The Restaurants A-Z

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Places to Get a Slice of Pizza If you're like us, sometimes you're plowing through your daily 483 things to do when you realize tha... | By Bret McCabe

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Eat 2005

By Bret McCabe | Posted 3/2/2005

If you're like us, sometimes you're plowing through your daily 483 things to do when you realize that neither another 200mg of aspirin nor another coffee is going to abate that throbbing thud taking place behind your eyeballs. And after uttering that string of completely unnecessary profanities, you feel like the world's biggest moron because, once again, you've forgotten to eat lunch. The clock is striking 4:30 p.m., most of workweek lunch places aren't doing the lunch thing anymore, and you really don't feel like putting the energy into making the decisions that go with a sandwich, a salad, or, you know, a sensible, grownup lunch. Ladies and gentlemen, say hello to our little friend, the slice of pizza.

Angelo's, $2.15 for a big ol' slice of cheese.

Brick Oven Pizza, $2.10 for a slice of cheese.

Casa Mia's, $2.75 for a slice of veggie or spinach and tomato.

Fortunato's, $1.75 for a slice of cheese.

Italian Stallion, $1.55 for a slice of cheese, $1.75 for a slice of pepperoni.

Michelangelo's

$2.50 for a slice of cheese.

Never on Sunday, $2.25 for a slice of cheese, toppings 75 cents each.

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