October 14, 2004

Slice Celebrates Its Birthday with Patsy's

POST #    1346

There may be better ways to celebrate a birthday than eating pizza, but when you have a pizza blog, that might be the best way to go. That's exactly what Slice did last night with pizza at Patsy's in East Harlem. Celebrating the best pizza blog in New York (if not the country or worldwide) with the best pizza in New York. It was also billed as the latest Slice Pizza Club gathering. Two birds, one stone.

Instead of cake, there were pies of pizza...five of them for eight people. Two plain pies, one fresh mozzarella, one mushroom, and one sausage and onion. I believe I had seven slices when the dust settled. It's hard to say as things became hazy after six. I do know that I managed to eat two slices in five bites. That sounds really impressive, but for those who have never had Patsy's, the slices are very thin.

Happy birthday to Slice and congratulations to Adam, the head honcho over there at Slice.

More information:
- Youngna on "Slice, Patsy's"
- Joe on "Returning to Civilization at Patsy's"
- Slice on "Bringing A One-Year-Old To Patsy's"
- Gothamist Interview: Adam Kuban, Pizza Enthusiast
- All entries on the Slice Pizza Club

Posted by tien mao in Birthdays, Food/Drink at 7:50 AM



SEVEN slices? egads.

Posted by: corie at October 14, 2004 8:37 AM

The slices are very thin. I managed to keep up with Tien.

Posted by: joe at October 14, 2004 9:18 AM

I had five. I don't know what that says about me. But I will admit I felt strange for the rest of the evening.

Posted by: Jen at October 14, 2004 9:36 AM

god, i'm so hungry right now. i think i could have eaten three more slices if pressed. one would have been easy, two would have been a little harder. then again, if i did that, i could just roll home to brooklyn.

Posted by: tien [TypeKey Profile Page] at October 14, 2004 10:33 AM

mmm. pizza. with fresh mozzarella and basil...mmmm.

Posted by: corie at October 14, 2004 2:36 PM

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