Delivery removes the temptations associated with takeout, such as eating on the car ride home or hurling your rotisserie chicken at litterers. Keep your food hot and your temper cool with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of pizzeria food for delivery or carryout
- $33 for three vouchers, each good for delivery of one extra-large specialty pizza (up to a $22.50 value each; up to a $67.50 total value)
The menu includes mussels in white-wine garlic sauce ($6.95), italian sausage sandwiches ($4.95), and eggplant parmesan ($9.95). Specialty pizzas range from a bruschetta pie with giardiniera olive oil ($8.25–$20.50) to the Western with sausage, bacon, and barbecue sauce ($9.50–$20.50).
Slice of Chicago
In true Chicago form, Slice of Chicago serves a hot italian beef pizza that’s layered with spoonfuls of giardiniera. It’s one of their specialty pies, which just might be the crown jewels of Slice’s menu—other varieties include the Western with barbecue sauce, sausage, bacon, and onion, and a taco pizza with ground beef, jalapeños, and sour cream. The pizzeria goes beyond its culinary namesake to strike a tasty balance between American and Italian favorites with dishes as varied as pork ribs, eggplant parmesan, cajun chicken sandwiches, and tiramisu. Guests can also build custom pasta plates by getting a permit from their local pasta-building commissioner, and then selecting a noodle, sauce, and optional ingredients such as calamari or sun-dried tomatoes.
90% of 163 customers recommend
“Always has had great food”
“Our experience was a good one; we were greeted courteously and efficiently on the phone, the wait time was appropriate, and we would try other times from Slice's menu...”
“Our experience was a good one; we were greeted courteously and efficiently on the phone, the wait time was appropriate, and we would try other times from Slice's menu because of our positive experience.”
“Excellent pizza. The person on the telephone taking orders was very polite and the pizza was ready when expected.”