Size of Relief

A pizza parlor that lets you cut your own slice



cissors and Pie serves up pizza al taglio and takes the only problem out of a great slice of pie: You get to decide the size. Charging by the ounce and not the slice, this sleekly designed store lets customers choose how big or small they’d like their meals, from small snack to huge feast—which means they get to choose the price, too. And the pizza, which is hand-cut with a pair of scissors, has a fresh toppings and a crust that’s good at any size. Zarowin



Pizza “al taglio” means “by the cut.” Those square slices are called “petzos,” meaning “pieces.”

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