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Slices Pizza: Serving Downtown Detroit a Slice of New York

Posted: 03/04/16

On any given day, there’s one place in Downtown Detroit that serves as the unique dining intersection where everyone from the suit and tie crowd to the work boots and yellow vest laborers gather to experience some of the best pizza in the city. It’s a place where the staff knows your name and your order, if you’re a regular.  Every city has “that” pizza emporium and for Detroiters in the know, its Slices.

Open for nearly 10 years, Slices serves the best New York style pizza west of the Erie Canal. Open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to Midnight and on Sundays from Noon to 11 p.m., Slices is a favorite of tailgaters, Downtown workers, residents and visitors. Located on the first floor of the 1001 Parking Garage on Woodward between State and Michigan, Slices offers quick, delicious eats that won’t break your budget. The menu includes a wide variety of daily specials, along with salad, chicken, sub sandwiches and more. Slices also offers catering and delivery services to meet the needs of your next office gathering or Netflix night in.

Slices is located at 1043 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI 48226.For more information on Slices, please call them at 313.963.8800 or visit their website,www.slicespizzadetroit.com

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