Eat the best pizza in NYC for $1 a slice, all for a good cause

Photo by Steve Swisher via FB.

If you read our roundup of Brooklyn’s $1 slices last week, you probably noticed a bit of a trend among the pizza in question. The quality can range from passable gooey to unforgivably gross (especially in the case of the Papa John’s $1 slice). This Wednesday, however, you get a chance to eat some of the best pizza in New York for only $1 a slice, while helping fight hunger too. Tomorrow is Slice Out Hunger, organized by Scott’s Pizza Tours, who is quite possibly the most knowledgeable person about pizza in all of New York City/earth. There’s no cover charge, you just buy the $1 tokens and use them to get slices, including from places like Motorino and Lucali that don’t usually offer slices. See the full list of participating pizzerias below:

Slice Out Hunger starts at 6pm tomorrow (Oct. 10) 154 Sullivan St, St. Anthony’s Church in the Village. Get there early, as Gothamist notes last year’s pizza sold out in just one hour. The proceeds go to City Harvest.

Raffle prizes include: Pizza books from Serious Eats, pizza shirts from Hide&Seek, pizza making supplies from Coluccio & Sons, pizza-making classes from Pizza a Casa, catered pizza party in your home by Adam Kuban (founder of Slice: America’s Favorite Pizza Weblog) and more.

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