Scott's Pizza Tour Pizza News
Mark your calendars for an epic event in NYC that will make all your pizza dreams become reality. On October 10, we’ll be hosting our annual Slice Out Hunger event to make slices from NYC’s best pizzerias available to you for $1 each. Just show up to St Anthony’s Church (154 Sullivan St at Houston), buy tokens at the door for $1 each, go inside and cash in your tokens for slices, a Fizzy Lizzy soda or entries to our mega-amazing raffle. Every dollar we collect will be matched by Scott’s Pizza Tours and Seamless for a massive donation to City Harvest, New York City’s premier food collection organization.
Doors open at 6PM and pizza is first come, first served so be sure to get there early. Our friends from Brewla Bars will be on hand to serve up their brewed ice pop goodness and the geniuses from Green Box will have plenty of their revolutionary pizza boxes for your pizza eating and storing pleasure. October is National Pizza Month — celebrate it with a pizza party to benefit New York’s homeless and hungry!
Slice Out Hunger - $1 Slice Fundraiser for City Harvest
October 10, 2012 at 6 PM
St Anthony’s Church, 154 Sullivan St (at Houston)
FIRST COME FIRST SERVED
What pizzerias will be represented?
Lombardi’s, Joe’s, John’s, NY Pizza Suprema, Difara, Motorino, Da Mikele, Keste, Tosca, Rubirosa, Cowboy Pizza, Naked Pizza, Pala, Forcella, Pizza Box, Rizzo’s, Prince St Pizza, Two Boots, Arturo’s and MORE!
Need more info? Check out the Slice Out Hunger event website.
This is the only signage with correct spelling at Pugsley’s in the Bronx.
Check with your destination pizzeria before heading out for a slice safari this month, lots of Italian-owned pizzerias close for a chunk of August. Sam’s on Court Street (Brooklyn) is closed all month, Zero Otto Nove was closed for a week, Mario’s on Arthur Ave closes after this weekend and I’m sure there are a ton more. But even though it’s depressing to find a locked gate at your favorite pizzeria, Pugsley’s on 191st St in the Bronx seems to have found the most lovely way of dishing out the bad news.
Keep the faith and capture the spirit!