Eager pizza-eaters flock to their favorite tables to grab a slice before they're gone.
A slice for you!
A volunteer from Motorino hands out a pizza to an eagerly waiting customer. All the people working the event were unpaid, and the event was organized and executed through volunteer efforts alone.
Margherita from Barboncino
Charred crust surrounds puddles of fresh mozzarella and tomato sauce.
Cauliflower Pie from Co.
The garlicky béchamel sauce is tempered by the sweet cauliflower florets resting on top of the pie.
A slice from Co.
A pizza-lover adds a slice from Co. to his collection of slices.
The pizza from Farinella was topped simply with tomato sauce and fresh mozzarella, but stretched easily over 5 feet in length.
Grandaisy Bakery offered flatbreads, like this one with zucchini; the sweet taste of summer's end on top of a thin, crisp crust.
Other flatbreads included their pizza funghi, a butternut squash-and-sage flatbread, pizza pomodoro, and more.
Sottocasa offered this vegan pizza topped with vegan cheese, mushrooms, red onions, and artichokes, with a drizzle of red pepper and basil pestos.
Pizza for everyone
Folks behind the tables, like this Italian grandmother, stepped out for slices of their own.
Another one of the many, many Margherita pies available last night.
Sit down and dig in
Crowds of people sit down to eat after making their way around the 43 pizzerias represented at last night's event.
One of the attendees holds a pizza box overflowing with slices.
A trio of serious slice eaters sit down to share the four pizza boxes they amassed last night.
Slices and Fizzy Lizzys lined the steps of St. Anthony's church.
After all the cheese and tomato sauce is gone, there's nothing better to wash it down with than a citrusy, apricot-y hops popsicle from Brewla.
But There's Still More
The Neapolitan Express pizza truck parked itself right outside the exit of St. Anthony's, so passersby, as well as the people who just couldn't get enough pizza, could still buy some more.