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  1. comebacks
    Slice, Everyone’s Sixth-Favorite Soda From the ’90s, Is Back — Sort OfGet ready for another LaCroix competitor.
  2. taxonomy
    2017 Is the Year of the Square PizzaWith the arrival of Detroit-style and newfangled grandma and pizza al taglio, plain old Sicilian suddenly has company.
  3. Knead to Know
    Pizza Hut Bravely Tests ‘By-the-Slice’ OptionThe crusts are thinner, and not jam-packed with cheese.
  4. Slice
    ‘Famous Roio’s’ Doesn’t Have the Same Ring, but MaybeRay’s is renamed.
  5. Pizza! Pizza!
    New Meat Pizza at Una Pizza Napoletana Gets Some Love From SliceIt’s not exactly ‘meat-centric,’ explains Slice, but it’s damn good.
  6. Empire Building
    Slice Headed to VegasThe eatery was among those handpicked by Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh to help revitalize Sin City.
  7. Slice
    Iconic Gloria Pizza Makes a Comeback in QueensNew location, same sauce.
  8. Pizza! Pizza!
    Regarding the New Detroit-Style and Anchor Steam Beer-Crusted Pizzas at
  9. Pizza! Pizza!
    Slice Crowns Flour + Water, Pizzaiolo, Una Pizza Among Top S.F. PiesAlso, they love Emilia’s in Berkeley, Pizzeria Delfina, Picco in Larkspur, and Pizzaiolo.
  10. Closings
    Slice, the Perfect Food Closes UES Location and Hopes to Move to BrooklynSecond Avenue subway construction prompted the move.
  11. Pizza! Pizza!
    Sea Urchin Pizza? Should We Be Saying ‘Yum’?That’s a lot of slimy little orange tongues.
  12. Openings
    Hudson Street Rises AgainA former ghost town has been brightened up with newcomers.
  13. Pizza Pizza
    Slice Surveys the State of L.A. PizzaMozza, Bottega Louie, and Antica get shout-outs, while Pitfire and Foliero’s do not.
  14. Pizza Pizza
    Bay Area Pizzas from A to Zachary’s
  15. Openings
    Opening Today: Fond, SliCEA BYOB and a pizza place open their doors
  16. Openings
    Dmitri’s, SliCE and Sang Kee Branching OutNew locations for local eateries
  17. Pizza Pizza
    The Gyros Pizza at Italian Express is Intensely MeatyThe gyros pizza at Italian Express: lots of gyros, not so much pizza.
  18. Try This at Home
    Slice Introduces Build-Your-Own-Pizza KitsNow you can make pizza at home without resorting to the frozen crap.
  19. Pizza Wars
    Slice to ‘Vice’: Get Your Pizza Facts StraightPizza purists attack the ‘Vice’ pizza guide.
  20. Neighborhood Watch
    Cheap Food Still Available in Astoria; Bronx Pizza Will Get BetterAstoria: Wow, cheap-eats prices may be going up in elsewhere, but at Omonia (the café that baked the elaborate wedding cake for My Big Fat Greek Wedding), you can get a $12 brunch that includes an entrée, dessert, a morning cocktail, and coffee, tea, or juice. (And it’s good.) [Foodista] Bronx: Peter Meehan found someone to drive him to Trattoria Zero Otto Nove on Arthur Avenue to try the margherita that’s been getting blog buzz as “the best Neapolitan pizza in New York City.” It’s good, he says, but needs work (and less sweet sauce). [Diner’s Journal/NYT] Slice’s Adam Kuban, Ed Levine’s, and DJ Bubbles also tried Zero Otto Nove and found potential not perfection. The grilled pizza from Coals at 1888 Eastchester Road was also dubbed “surprisingly good” during the same trip. [Slice] Lower East Side: Chubo has closed, and it looks like it’s going to be turned into a Japanese cooking school that will sell its pastries out of a flagship café by this summer. [Bottomless Dish/Citysearch] Upper East Side: Chef Michael Vernon has left Geisha to consult on new Serafina restaurants. [Strong Buzz] Midtown East: The owner of now-closed Portofino Grille will open a steakhouse called Creston’s Bar & Grill in the same space come May. [Zagat Buzz] Upper West Side: Spigolo chef Scott Fratangelo loves Land Thai restaurant. [Diner’s Journal/NYT] Williamsburg: The state of neighborhood pizza here is weak overall, evidence being leftover slices you don’t even want to eat. [A Brooklyn Life]
  21. Back of the House
    Levine Gets Serious; Playbill Plays Dirty; Automat Could Be OutEd Levine launches food portal in cooperation with A Hamburger Today, Amateur Gourmet, Slice, and others. [Ed Levine Eats] Feud between Bamn! owners could mean end of automat renaissance. [NYS] Actors reportedly bribed to recommend advertiser restaurants in Playbill. [Amateur Gourmet] Club crackdowns continue after Sean Bell shooting. [NYDN] State Liquor Authority to perform background checks on bar employees. [NYP]