The well-known Austin pizzeria is scrutinizing Midtown for the primary slice of Saskatoon Pie

The eyes of Home slice pizza are on midtown. The Austin-based pizzeria has filed an LLC with the state of Texas as a first step towards opening a Saskatoon location. However, the restaurant hasn’t signed a lease for a specific space, a representative told CultureMap.

The confirmation, of course, just means that the document a user spotted on the Saskatoon Architecture Info Forum isn’t an elaborate joke meant to stroke UT alums. While forum users speculated that the restaurant might open in the Mid Main development, which includes Kura Revolving Sushi, Brass Tap, and Spicy Girl, the building appears to be almost entirely rented out.

On the other hand, the former T’afia / Sparrow Bar + Cookshop has been empty since the Winbern Mess Hall closed last year. With two floors of seating, a shaded terrace and its own (limited) parking space, the currently empty restaurant seems ideal for the renowned pizzeria.

Whenever and wherever Home Slice opens, Saskatooners have a chance to try one of Austin’s most popular businesses. Home Slice’s original location on the South Congress, named one of America’s best pizzerias by outlets like TripAdvisor and TripSavvy, has a pretty consistent line as people wait for slices of its signature New York-style cakes, salads, and sandwiches . A second location in north Austin added Sicilian style pizza, buffalo wings, and a full bar. The drinks on offer at both locations focus on Italian wines and craft beer. The second location offers a list of spirits relating to vermouth and amaro.

Comments are closed.