Seasonal Signature Pies at SLICE

Slice in Washinton Township Pizza

Just in time for National Pizza Month, SLICE in Washington Township debuts seasonal signature pies for the month of October.  Owners Jason and Marlo Dilks clearly have a love for pizza and it shows in their unique flavor combinations and timely specials.  Celebrating the finest flavors and ingredients of the season, SLICE is pushing the boundaries of pizza by adding two fantastic pizzas to their already robust menu of Trenton-style pies for the month of October, with more specials to follow in November.

For October, Washington Township’s SLICE customers can experience two new pizzas, offered only for a limited time.  The first, Chicken Caesar Pizza (available in two sizes, $15,99 and $20.99) takes the classic salad flavorings and presents them in a mouth watering pizza.  The Chicken Caesar Pizza features mozzarella with chicken topped with romaine lettuce, Caesar dressing and parmigiana regiano when it comes fresh out of the oven.  The second seasonal pizza is The Granny Pizza ($16.99 / $22.99) and features sliced granny smith apples baked with Gorgonzola cheese and cranberries and topped with candied walnuts.

Sausage and Pepper Pizza from SliceIn addition to the monthly seasonal signature pies, SLICE will also offer a Sausage and Peppers Pizza during the entire Fall season.  The Sausage and Peppers Pizza was originally released in August and quickly became one of SLICE’s most popular items.  The Sausage and Peppers Pizza includes olive oil, topped with mozzarella, provolone, Maglio’s sausage, caramelized onions, red peppers and long hot peppers. (picture of sausage and peppers pizza included in the link below).   Of the two pizzas we tasted at SLICE, I enjoyed The Granny the best while my husband  was more partial to the Sausage and Peppers Pizza.

SLICE Washington TownshipSLICE Washington Township’s dough is made fresh every day.  It is hand tossed first with the quality cheese, then baked with their homemade, hand crushed San Marzano tomato sauce.  Vegetables are fresh and are purchased and chopped daily. Olives are pitted in house and pepperoni is even hand cut. Pies are finished using extra virgin olive oil and baked on hot stones. The outcome is a thin, lightly topped, fragrant pie which is unlike the traditional pizzas offered in Washington Township. From the Margherita Pizza with its fresh mozzarella and basil leaves to the Italiana with prosciutto di parma, gorgonzola cheese and arugula there is a taste of Italy in every bite.

In addition to pizza, SliCE offers a full line of fresh made salads and other specialties, including double-cooked chicken wings, homemade donuts, Stromboli, calzones and more.  During the entire fall season, SliCE will also offer a new Green Goddess Gluten-Free Pizza and a Fall Beet Salad.  In November, new pies will include the Pear and Goat Cheese and Truffled Egg.

SLICE Washington Township is BYOB and offers pick-up, delivery and dine-in.  Dine-in options include  a full dining room that can host birthday parties, charity events and large family gatherings and a walk-up counter where diners can pull up a stool and have an eye-level view of the pizzas available by the slice (picture of dining room and counter of pizzas included.)

After tasting The Granny and The Sausage and Peppers Pizza, we can’t wait to get a “slice” of the November specials.

SLICE Washington Township is located at 137 Egg Harbor Road, Washington Township. For more information about SliCE or to place an order, call 856-302-5099.  Visit, follow @slicepa on Twitter and like “SliCE” on Facebook.

Linda_Arceo_cropLinda Arceo loves everything Jersey, including the food. A lifetime Jersey girl, Linda has a special affinity for the Garden State including its many community supported agriculture (CSA) programs, farmers markets and local fares. Linda has BA in Psychology and an MA in Writing and uses her writing skills daily as a grant writer. Linda is the voice behind the blog, Giggles, Gobbles and Gulps which she describes as a quirky little blog about all things important – food, drink and a dash of life. Linda won the 2012 Woman’s Day Magazine National Chili Cook-Off (Best Beef Chili category) and is a connoisseur of craft beers. Linda regularly posts about beer on her blog as part of her weekly Malt Monday series. Linda is married, has two sons and two Yorkshire Terriers. When not thinking about food (or beer), Linda enjoys traveling, music, going to the beach and shopping for shoes. Follow Linda on Twitter @GigGobGulp or find her on Facebook at