See How You Can Buy Some of New York City's Best Pizza Slices for $1 This Wednesday!

And no, we're not talking about that awful stuff near train stations.

October 8, 2012 4:07 PM EDT | By Anthony Smith
Excited yet? (Photo: GIS)

This Wednesday, some of New York City's best pizzerias are offering up their standard slices of perfect, greasy pizza for a dollar a piece.

No, they haven't gone crazy. Just crazy charitable. All proceeds for their pizzas will be going to benefit City Harvest as part of the Slice Out Hunger initiative geared towards raising money to feed New York City's hungry.

On Wednesday night, head on down to St. Anthony's Church at 154 Sullivan Street and look out for $1 pizza tokens being sold at the door. Inside, you'll be able to exchange those tokens for a Lizzy natural soda, a raffle ticket, or slices from Motorino, Keste, Lombardi's, Joe's, John's of Bleecker Street, and many more.

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For a full list of participants, click here. And be sure to get there early! You can't buy amazing $1 pizza if there's no amazing $1 pizza left!

Cheap, amazing pizza for a great cause: what more could you want? (In b4 truffle oil)

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