This and Gino's on South Beach is the closest you'll get to NY. Fortunately, I live right down the street from Slice N Ice.
Oh yeah, they're Italian Ice is not bad either.
Gino's is only good when they are not busy, try them on a Friday/Saturday night, and it's cardboard with some cold cheese on top. Can I ask, in your opinion, what is the best pizza delivery on South Beach? There are plenty of horrible slices to be had, but after the closing of Mario's and La Boite A Pizza, there is no consistantly delivered pizza. In other words, Master's and Gino's can be alright, but they are hit or miss. Worst Pizza, this is a job for you!
As you can see from my previous review of Gino's, I whole-heartedly agree with you on their pizza. Actually the Gino's (same owner) in Orlando was incredible!
There was one time I went to Gino's and got a soggy slice and thought to myself, what has happened here. Then I went back there on a weekday evening and things were back to normal.
Hmmmm the best pizza delivery is a hard one since I never get delivery when I am down there. Let me think about this one and ask fellow Miamians.
I always go to the Gino's on Alton and 16th and never had a problem.
Mornings suck. I should have written “their” and not “they're”.
Carlos you are forgiven this one time for your typos. lol. = D
Did you REALLY think I didn't know my pizza? #thatsall #casolasdoesntholdatorchtoslicenice
Craig, why don't you post the address/info of each of these joints. Slice n ice, even though its in my neighborhood, is hit or miss. sometimes they offer a yummy slice, othertimes its cardboard like. i'm gonna say that casolas on 17th is more consistent.
have you tried bertoni's pizza yet? its more italian style, but i thought it was pretty good. (also in coconut grove)
I have to agree. I tried Slice and Ice for the first time last week now that I live down the street from it and I really dig it. A 12″ with 3 garlic rolls and a soda for $10 is a pretty good deal.
The addresses and phone numbers are listed in custom fields below the actual review. I have not been to Bertoni's but based on your recommendation I will go down there and try it.
I haven't had the garlic rolls here, are they any good?
They're ok. Too small for me. Bite size even.
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Me and several other people I work with for Charlotte Web Design went to this place. We weren't really impressed.
Please come to Hialeah and review DiPiazza pizza. It is TRUE NY STYLE PIZZA!
Had Slice N Ice yesterday with 8 others. Accurate review. Real good. Yes, the slices could be a little bigger. Glad you reviewed it. ~Mike
slice and ice is the only good pizza in miami.
Slice and Ice pizza is good stuff! Very convenient and fast delivery. I highly recommend it!
I recently gave them the best New York style slice in Miami, on Slice Pizza Blog
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Man… I think they are out of business. The place has been closed and boarded up for over a week.
I wouldnt have believed it if i didn’t see it with my own eyes. i wonder what happened? i miss ny pizza and i will miss Slice and Ice.!!!!!
Rumor has it, the street is being widened and the city/county bought the lot. Really depressing to lose such an awesome piece of the grove.
they’re open again – delivery only, on Bird.
How far away is that?
is it possible to post the address please? someone told me they did open around the same area but i drove around and found nothing. possible are the on bird ave. and if so what name are they using .. tomorrow i call 411.. or i will stop by the bp gas station and ask where they went?
THANX FOR THE INFO. signed, hungry for some ny pizza!
any phone #’s
Someone is trying to pass itself off as the old Slice-N-Ice. It has acquired Slice-N-Ice’s old telephone number but the pizza is horrible. Its looks/tastes like supermarket pizza. The second you see it or taste it you will know its not Joe Cappillo’s awesome NY pie.
I looked up the records and Cappillo’s Slice-N-Ice company was called Fugheddaboutit Pizzeria LLC. Sadly, the company filed for dissolution on Aug 2012. Cappillo’s ficticious name certificate is still valid, so I dont know how these people are serving up that terrible pizza using the Slice-N-Ice name.