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Home Slice and Via 313 Team Up for Cheesy Pie Alliance

One night only for charity

Home Slice’s Sicilian pie
Home Slice’s Sicilian pie
Claire McCormack Photography

New York-style pizzeria Home Slice is working with Detroit-style pizza spot Via 313 for its first-ever collaborative pies at the South Congress spot for one night only on Tuesday, November 28. It runs from 5 to 11 p.m.

The two exclusive pies include Via 313’s take on a classic Home Slice pie and vice versa. The former is the New York Style Via 313’s The 500 with pepperoni, jalapeno, and pineapple slices on a New York-style crust. The latter is the Detroit Style Home Slice Classic #5 Pepperoni and Mushroom with pepperoni and mushroom on a Detriot-style crust.

Via is also going to take over one of Home Slice’s ovens for its original pies as well: the classic cheese one and the Detroiter. Likewise, fellow pizzeria Pinthouse Pizza is setting up shop, serving up the brewery’s Old Beluga Amber Ale. Read the full menu below.

It’s all happening for one night only that Tuesday, as the final event of Home Slice’s new Doughvember series. The pizzeria decided to open the dine-in restaurant’s doors on Tuesdays (its usual day off) during dinner service in November, where it donates partial proceeds to a different charity every week. The pizza collab’s profits will go towards No Kid Hungry.

Home Slice and Via 313’s Doughvember Menu

Collaborative pies:
New York Style Via 313's The 500
Natural-casing pepperoni, jalapeno, pineapple slices with a New York-style crust

Detroit Style Home Slice Classic #5 Pepperoni & Mushroom
Pepperoni and mushroom with a Detroit-style crust

Via 313’s pies:
Classic cheese pizza

The Detroiter
Smoked pepperoni under the cheese, natural-casing pepperoni on top

Gluten-free options for Via 313 pies are available for an extra $3

Home Slice Pizza

501 East 53rd Street, , TX 78751 (512) 707-7437 Visit Website

Via 313 [Rainey]

61 Rainey Street, Austin, Texas 78701 (512) 609-9405 Visit Website

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