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Los Angeles: SliceTruck Is Awesome!

Another community-submitted bit of intel from the field (again from L.A.!) from Misty O. Thanks, Misty! --The Mgmt. [Photograph: Misty O.] SliceTruck The road; follow @slicetruck on Twitter for exact locations slicetruck.com Pizza style: New York–style The skinny: It's a truck serving pizza! Price: $3 a slice, two for $5 It's amazing pizza...from a truck. Ignore any bad reviews you've heard (I think the last reviewer went during a food truck fest, when they had to make pizza en masse). SliceTruck is awesome. Their crust is thin and super crunchy, toppings are fresh, and the guys who work there are... More

Los Angeles: SliceTruck

I started to write an editor's note here, but it got too long — almost longer than this review. So it's after the jump if you'd care to read it. —The Mgmt. [Photograph: Slice Truck] SliceTruck The road; follow @slicetruck on Twitter for exact locations slicetruck.com Pizza style: New York imitation The skinny: It's a truck serving pizza! Price: $3 a slice, two for $5 I went for the SliceTruck, very curious about the quality as all I've heard is from the internet. The best part about the pizza might've been the basil and Parmesan sprinkled on afterward, then the... More

L.A.: The SliceTruck

[Photographs: Slice Truck] While pizza from a truck predates the current food-truck craze, the type of pizza you'd most often see come from a kitchen on wheels seemed to be the Sicilian slices. In L.A., a city not really known for pizza, the new SliceTruck mobile vendor looks like it's turning out some thin, thin pizzas I'd eat in a flash. I mean, look at that pepperoni pie up there. If seeing is believing, call me Mickey Dolenz. The SliceTruck roams the streets of L.A. As is de rigueur with street-fooders these days, use Twitter to follow their schedule... More

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