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Slices from Home Slice
Slices from Home Slice
Julia Keim

Where to Find Fully Satisfying Pizza Slices in Austin

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Slices from Home Slice
| Julia Keim

Austin’s pizza game is strong, with styles varied from New York to Detroit to Naples. And while entire pies tend to fill people up, sometimes a person just craves a single slice (or two) and, hey, it's cheaper, too. Eater is here to help with its guide to the best places to grab pizza by the slice in the city.

From super popular Home Slice, Dirty Sixth savior Roppolo’s, to loads of lunch specials, there is a slice for everyone. This update includes Brooklyn Pie Co., trailer The Pizza Shop, and Marye's Gourmet Pizza Pub out in Westlake.

Need more pizza? Eater has it covered with maps to Austin's best pizzerias, hot new pizza spots, and a guide on how to eat pizza all day long.

Everything below is listed in an unranked oder. Missing an essential pizza slice joint? Let Eater know on the tipline, in the comments below, or over on the forum.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

360 Pizza

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All three locations offer New York-style slices for inexpensive prices.

Little Deli & Pizzeria

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"Everything here is amazing," to Eater reader mawarren88, which includes the Crestview pizzeria's slices. which extends to the pizza slices, which are $3 for plain, $3.25 for pepperoni, and $3.60 for slices of the day. Bonus: it’s BYOB.

Brooklyn Pie Co

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With five locations around Austin, most conveniently located next to Little Woodrow’s Brooklyn Pie Co. serves comically large slices as well as wings and calzones.

The Parlor

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Slices of pizza at this dive will cost from $3 to $4, with an extra $.50 for parlor sauce.

Marye's Gourmet Pizza Pub

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This gourmet pizza shop in Westlake Hills serves pizza by the slice from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Lunch specials include a drink, and run $5 for one slice and $8 for two of margherita, pesto, cheese, or pepperoni.

East Side Pies

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Grab thin crust slices from any of East Side Pie’s three locations, as well as specialty slices that rotate often and run $4 and up.

Hoboken Pie

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Slices of the New Jersey-inspired pizza are perfect for the Red River crowd. The weekday lunch special runs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Options include a slice, small salad, and drink, or a slice and a cold brew, all for around $7.

The Jackalope

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While mostly known for the burgers and giant rideable rabbit creature in the front of the restaurant, the dive bar’s three-cheese slices of beer crust pizza are $4.50 (extra toppings run $.50).

Roppolo's Pizzeria

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Downtown's late night slice haven is open until 3 a.m. There are two brick and mortar locations, as well as two food trucks, Pizza on Wheels.

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Spartan Pizza

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Named after Greek mythology, the slices at Spartan are just $2.50 for cheese, and $3.50 for a single topping or speciality ones.

Salvation Pizza

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With two locations (the other in Rock Rose), this New Haven-style pizzeria offers slices of cheese and pepperoni. The $10 weekday lunch special includes two slices, salad, and a drink.

Home Slice Pizza

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There’s no need to wait for Home Slice’s New York-style pizza slices that change depending on what’s baking in the oven. A slice will run from $3.50 to $4. Sicilian slices are also available.

The ABGB

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Most of the pies from the South Austin beer garden are available by the slice, including cheese, calabrese, and sausage, which run from $3 to $3.50.

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Giovanni's Pizza Stand

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Gas station pizza doesn’t sound appetizing at first, but Giovanni’s proves that perception wrong. $3.50 slices come with any two toppings. For lunch, $6.75 buys a two-topping slice, and either soup or salad.

Southside Flying Pizza

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The slices are huge from all three spots of the scratch-focused pizzeria. For lunch on Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m, a two-topping slice comes with a house salad, dressing, and drink.

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360 Pizza

All three locations offer New York-style slices for inexpensive prices.

Little Deli & Pizzeria

"Everything here is amazing," to Eater reader mawarren88, which includes the Crestview pizzeria's slices. which extends to the pizza slices, which are $3 for plain, $3.25 for pepperoni, and $3.60 for slices of the day. Bonus: it’s BYOB.

Brooklyn Pie Co

With five locations around Austin, most conveniently located next to Little Woodrow’s Brooklyn Pie Co. serves comically large slices as well as wings and calzones.

The Parlor

Slices of pizza at this dive will cost from $3 to $4, with an extra $.50 for parlor sauce.

Marye's Gourmet Pizza Pub

This gourmet pizza shop in Westlake Hills serves pizza by the slice from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Lunch specials include a drink, and run $5 for one slice and $8 for two of margherita, pesto, cheese, or pepperoni.

East Side Pies

Grab thin crust slices from any of East Side Pie’s three locations, as well as specialty slices that rotate often and run $4 and up.

Hoboken Pie

Slices of the New Jersey-inspired pizza are perfect for the Red River crowd. The weekday lunch special runs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Options include a slice, small salad, and drink, or a slice and a cold brew, all for around $7.

The Jackalope

While mostly known for the burgers and giant rideable rabbit creature in the front of the restaurant, the dive bar’s three-cheese slices of beer crust pizza are $4.50 (extra toppings run $.50).

Roppolo's Pizzeria

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Downtown's late night slice haven is open until 3 a.m. There are two brick and mortar locations, as well as two food trucks, Pizza on Wheels.

Shannon Kintner/EATX

Spartan Pizza

Named after Greek mythology, the slices at Spartan are just $2.50 for cheese, and $3.50 for a single topping or speciality ones.

Salvation Pizza

With two locations (the other in Rock Rose), this New Haven-style pizzeria offers slices of cheese and pepperoni. The $10 weekday lunch special includes two slices, salad, and a drink.

Home Slice Pizza

There’s no need to wait for Home Slice’s New York-style pizza slices that change depending on what’s baking in the oven. A slice will run from $3.50 to $4. Sicilian slices are also available.

The ABGB