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  • Pizza, Vegan, Vegetarian-Friendly, Local/Organic
  • 535 Hudson St, New York NY10014 40.734609 -74.006405
  • (Btwn Charles & Perry St)
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  • (212) 929-2920
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User Ratings (Based on 29 reviews)

3.285
Food 3.6 Value 2.9
Service 3.4 Atmosphere 3.3

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 929-2920
Website:
www.sliceperfect.com
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc Happy Hour Mon-Fri: 3pm-7pm
Hours:
Sun-Thu: 12pm-10pm Fri-Sat: 12pm-11pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Happy Hour, Delivery, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering

User Reviews

  • Slice, The Perfect Food

    Posted by NYNY on 02/10/2012

    Delicious, unique, fresh. Yum

    I stopped in here after trying passing it for a long time. Had the Professional BBQ pizza which was surprisingly delicious and fresh. Very unique slice. Thin crisp crust, the perfect amount of marinara with a mild hint if BBQ and real mozzarella. Normally I'm not a fan of BBQ pizza, but this place did it right. It was amazing. Crust was super yummy. Can't wait to try other flavors. They also have vegan and some interesting combinations. Great find.

  • Slice, The Perfect Food

    Posted by John on 01/09/2012

    Unique pizza!

    Had the BBQ chicken here, it was delicious! All the ingredients were organic and super fresh. It was a thin crust and easy to eat. The sauce, cheese, chicken, everything! was top notch. It took a little bit of time to come out but that's expected from a made-from-scratch order. Service was nice and friendly. They also had a large selection of beer, all craft beers from NY.

  • Slice, The Perfect Food

    Posted by anonymous on 11/28/2011

    awesome beer and pizza

    if you're looking to have a simple, casual dinner in the west village, this is a great spot. great selection of local ny craft ales, vegan options (for those with dairy allergies, etc), and great service... slightly pricey, but for locally-sourced, organic ingredients, thats pretty normal. check them out!

  • Slice, The Perfect Food

    Posted by Raymond B on 10/31/2011

    GF - if only

    Three out of the past five times that I have gone to the Hudson street restaurant, I have sat down, ordered, been served beverages and *then* been told by the wait staff that they were out of [gluten free] rice flour, "would you like a salad?" If I wanted a Salad I could have gone to countless other places, I'm not a rabbit and look forward to actually eating "real" food. This is really poor and I consider this to be the opposite of Gluten Free friendly. Slice talks the talk but it takes more than empty promises and a perky web site to keep customers, something they've just failed to do. The pizza was OK when they had it, but I don't like having my time wasted by others' ineptness and lack of responsibility. My party went there to accommodate me and in the end, no one got what they wanted (the others would have chosen elsewhere and I still did not get a GF meal)

  • Slice, The Perfect Food

    Posted by Henry on 10/04/2011

    The not so perfect slice

    The gluten free crust (when they have it!) is hard, at best, in places, chewy, and tasteless. I love the idea of this place. I want organic. I'll even pay more for it. But the service and the food are a big disappointment here. Super slow service. Pretty far from perfect.

  • Slice, The Perfect Food

    Posted by Anonymous on 05/24/2011

    Pizza Shouldn't Be This Expensive

    My boyfriend and I stopped in this cute little pizza place to get a quick bite one evening. Atmosphere and service were great and the pizza was decent. We ordered a small side salad, 2 personal pies and one beer, our total bill came to $51 (that included the tip). Pizza was good, but not great. For the taste, it's way overpriced. Good pizza shouldnt cost that much.... average cost for 1 slice was $6. That isnt worth it when i can go down the street and get a great piece of pizza for about $3 if not less.

  • Slice, The Perfect Food

    Posted by anonymous on 05/16/2011

    Sorry, overpriced

    Only in New York would people willingly put up with a $29 pizza with five, countem, five slices. Sorry, but it's way overpriced and the pizza is merely adequate. You'll walk away hungry, with enough money left over for a regular slice at the local pizza joint to fill you up.

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