A few highlighted examples of innovative pizza box design, excerpted from Scott Wiener's book, Viva La Pizza!.
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The pizza box. A utilitarian cardboard device designed to get pies to our doors in one piece, while keeping them as hot as possible. In our day-to-day experience of them, rarely do we consider them a blank canvas; luckily for us, Scott Wiener...does.
Ah, pizza box. Holder of The Slice, Keeper of Pies. Where oh where dost thou belong? Seriously, though! What are you supposed to do with these things?
When it starts getting nice, pizza freaks want to get their pizza-freak on outdoors. Here are some spots to snag a slice under the sky.
Let's talk about the weather. Though it's still a bit chilly and rainy here in NYC, the trees at least are blooming, which means truly glorious days are on their way. We at Slice can't think of a better way to mark the season than with a roundup of our favorite NYC pizzerias with garden seating.
Greenwich Village's Pizza Box probably takes the cake (or should I say pie?) for me when it comes to pizzeria names. (With the possible exception of Pizza Booth, just down Bleecker Street.) And thankfully, the slice here lives up to the charming moniker.
Bubbles Bradshaw here. While my sister, Carrie, and her floozie friends made a killing at the box office this summer in the lame-ass rom-com Sex and the City, I've been keeping tabs on my favorite gal pals, the (pizza) Margheritas of New York. Suffice it to say, they've been putting out like Carrie's best friend, Samantha. Luckily, I’m not a jealous guy. So allow me to take a moment and update you on where the hottest Margheritas have been kicking it. Which is where I inevitably end up, as well. Yeah, that's right, we've got a hit show of our...
Pizza Box: A new top-5 Manhattan slice contender? Find out below » It's all good in the hood. I am happy to report that the state of the slice below 14th Street in Manhattan could be much worse. I know I haven't hollered at you in a minute, but I've been around town, and I'm about to break it down. In recent weeks, I've traversed all three Villages, SoHo, and several other sub-14 neighborhoods--stopping at joints that haven't been hit by a DJB Drive By and checking in at some of my familiar spots. I've hit up Vinny Vincenz...