Home Slyce Hits a Home Run

| July 9, 2012 | 5 Comments

Located on the corner of the 1700 block of Light at the former location of Bill’s Lighthouse Inn, in just a few quick months since its opening, Home Slyce has proven to be a great addition to SoBo and a favorite neighborhood hangout. While still in process of making additions to the restaurant – including expanding their beer lineup, adding and creating new drinks for their cocktail list and hooking up HD for their televisions – Home Slyce offers a perfect place to grab dinner, catch a game or hang out with friends at one of their outdoor tables.

Their menu offers a range of Mediterranean meets Italian items – a house made lamb and beef meatball dish, roasted eggplant sandwich, caesar salad and chicken calzone, just to name a few. However, the pizzas are the real standout on the menu to me. You can choose one of their premium pizzas or build your own, while also choosing a 10” or 16” pie or their signature slyce, a thick-crust, oval(ish)-shaped slice that can easily feed two.

Some of my favorites from the premium pizza menu include the Home Slyce Classic (goat cheese, walnuts, eggplant, spinach and more), Touchdown Pie (ground spicy beef with feta), Chicken Pesto and Buffalo Chicken. You also can’t go wrong with a classic pepperoni pizza. If you aren’t in the mood for pizza, I recommend trying out one of the entrée salads, which is a slyce topped with garlic sauce, cheese and the salad of your choice – the chicken caesar is my favorite.

With appetizers and salads starting at $5.01, slyces at $11.24, sandwiches at $5.91 and entrée salads at $8.01, the prices (while unique) can’t be beat. When combined with super friendly service and laid back atmosphere, Home Slyce  has provided a big boost for the southern end of the neighborhood which is becoming quickly revitalized with the additions of nearby Hersch’s, 1901 South Charles and the Pabst Brewery.

Other draws for Home Slyce include hookahs, delivery and daily happy hours and food specials. So if you haven’t already, stop by and check out Home Slyce and let us know what you think.

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