Tony Gemignani’s Slice House Hits The Market
As with insane rents and the specter of venture capital getting into the coffee game, when the topic of pizza-by-the-slice comes up, the inevitable comparison is to New York. But while San Francisco has made admirable gains over the last few years with its pizza options, the fact that we have far fewer corner pizza joints might be what’s prevented a race to the bottom in prices. (The cost of New York’s slices is notorious for running neck-and-neck with the base subway fare, currently $2.75.) In other words: pizza here costs a lot more.