NEW: Slice Pizza opens 3rd location in Montevallo

Slice Pizza
New Slice Pizza in Montevallo. (Sean Eichelberger/Strand Coffeehouse)

Birmingham-based Slice Stone Pizza and Brewhouse is opening today its third location in Montevallo. 

The  popular pizzeria can be found at 1105 Ashville Road on the corner of Ashville Road and Wadsworth Street. Need another landmark? Check out this beautiful mural by Marcus Fetch at the establishment’s side entrance.

New Slice Pizza in Montevallo mural by Marcus Fetch. (Sean Eichelberger/Strand Coffeehouse)

According to the Shelby County Reporter,  Slice’s Montevallo restaurant hours will be 11AM to 10PM on weekdays and 11AM to 11PM on weekends. 

Pizza, Beer and Community

Community-oriented Slice is known for its locally sourced ingredients – one of a kind pizzas and an annual summer festival — Hullabaloo (formerly Slicefest) — in the Birmingham Lakeview Entertainment District.  

Tripadvisor ranks Slice #1 in its top 10 pizza places in Birmingham. The popular eatery has also been featured in Sports Illustrated and Cosmopolitan

Montevallo is Growing

Move over Austin Texas. Check out Montevallo, Alabama’s newest destination mural. (Pat Byington/Bham Now)

2022 has been a good year for downtown Montevallo businesses. In February, the Strand Coffeehouse  and Sunrise donuts opened its doors.

And in 2020-2021, the University of Montevallo was the 4th fastest growing four-year public institution of higher education in Alabama.

You can bet a new pizza/brewhouse located blocks away from campus will be a favorite too.

Have you visited Slice recently? Tell us what you like about the place — and tag us on social media at @bhamnow 

Pat Byington
Pat Byington

Longtime conservationist. Former Executive Director at the Alabama Environmental Council and Wild South. Publisher of the Bama Environmental News for more than 18 years. Career highlights include playing an active role in the creation of Alabama's Forever Wild program, Little River Canyon National Preserve, Dugger Mountain Wilderness, preservation of special places throughout the East through the Wilderness Society and the strengthening (making more stringent) the state of Alabama's cancer risk and mercury standards.

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