Pizza by the Slice (Pet Please #157)
I’ve recently discovered the sheer amount of love I have for pizza by the slice.
While I’ve had a few encounters with it over the last month or so, it really hit home after I was rock climbing with Megan on Saturday. I was starting to get hungry by the end of it, and we had decided to get pizza afterwards, but I was a little anxious that the new-to-me restaurant would require a long time to make the pizza.
But that wasn’t the case. Pie Guy in St. Louis offers pizza by the slice. All you do is indicate the number of slices, they heat them up, and they serve you within a few minutes. It was amazing.
Here’s specifically why I love pizza by the slice so much:
- It’s pizza. Inherently we’re off to a good start. This isn’t broccoli by the slice or prunes by the slice–it’s pizza. I love pizza.
- It’s fast. I get a little anxious at mealtimes when restaurants are involved, because I never really know how long the process of sitting down, ordering, and receiving the food will take. I’ve gotten better at this, but it has it’s roots in me getting migraines if I didn’t eat at consistent times every day.
- It’s precise. I love that you can order exactly what you want without stuffing yourself. Typically the slices are pretty big, so I only order one, but it’s nice to have the option to go back and order another if I’m still hungry. Of course, there are no leftovers, which I also love, but that’s okay.
- It’s friendly. Have you ever had a debate with your friends or family about which toppings to get? Usually someone ends up compromising. Not so with pizza by the slice. Each person gets exactly what they want from among the available options.
How do you feel about pizza by the slice? Do you have a favorite by-the-slice pizzeria?
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