Slice of Life Pizzeria & Pub - Downtown

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122 Market St. Wilmington, NC
(910) 251-9444
Open 7 days a week, 11:30am - 3am
$ (under $10)
Description: 

With two locations in the heart of downtown Wilmington, and at the beach, "Slice" has become a home away from home for many locals, as well as a perfect destination for tourists and newcomers to Wilmington. Slice offers a diversified menu that includes: salads, tacos, homemade soups, nachos, subs and of course, pizza.

Our pizza is made daily in-house with purified water. We only serve the freshest and highest quality ingredients in all of our food. We also carry all ABC permits (beer, wine and liquor).

We have a daily lunch special from 11:30 am until 3:00 pm. Lunch specials include 2 slices(2 toppings) or 1 quesadilla(chicken or steak), a side of pasta salad, and a beverage.

Slice of Life has also been voted "Best Pizza and Best Late Night Eatery in Wilmington, NC" several years in a row by our local downtown publication, ENCORE Magazine. At midnight every evening we serve a late night menu, serving pizza only, that has become a local "last stop" for great pizza and beverages until 2:00 am, and then we continue to serve pizza until 3:00 am.

We also have many large televisions, perfect to watch any sporting event or catch up on the current news. The interior boasts original brick walls and a warm, cozy environment that makes everyone feel very comfortable and relaxed. Also newly renovated over the past year, we showcase Venetian plaster walls and a newly crafted bar.

Much of the success of "Slice" is the staff. Many of our employees have been with us for years and continue to provide excellent service in a relaxed yet professional environment. We invite you in for lunch, dinner or late night after a night on the town. We know you will not be disappointed.

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whatever.

The food was just pizza, the service was second rate (they seem irritated to even have customers), and it is too dim to see what might be on the pizza.
I have been here a number of times and I feel their only real following is a bunch of drunk late-nighters excited to have something in their stomachs to absorb whatever they drank earlier in the evening.
They are far behind I love NY Pizza in taste and service, but they serve alcohol.

This place has yet to 'wow' me.

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