The Sliced Pint to Launch Brewery Pilot Series with St. Louis-Area Breweries

True to its name, The Sliced Pint, which opened Downtown last fall, offers an expansive selection of craft beer and pizza. Starting this month, the restaurant will boast an even more unique lineup of beers: The Sliced Pint plans to partner with....[Read more]


On Tap: keeping warm with beer in the West Bottoms before maybe heading east

...If you’re heading in that direction, here’s one more idea worth hoping to see in Kansas City. The Sliced Pint (1511 Washington Avenue, St. Louis) unveiled a new plan for its taps earlier this month. The St. Louis pizza shop is working with local ... [Read More]


Review: The Sliced Pint Is a Solid Downtown Destination 

That toasted ravioli pizza is not yet a "thing" in our great city boggles the mind. We love our t-ravs and pizza so much, the only thing that could make such a dish any more St. Louis would be if it was fashioned into the Cardinals logo. It's such an obvious... [Read More]


The Sliced Pint is now open in downtown St. Louis - 5 things you don't need to know but might want to

1. The Sliced Pint, located at 1511 Washington Ave. in the former East Bank Building (now known as the East Bank Lofts), has opened its doors. Menu items include toasted ravioli, several pizza options, salads and more than 100 beers, including 27 local options... [Read more]


The Sliced Pint Brings Inventive Pizzas and Local Beers to Washington Avenue

Amy and Amrit Gill’s Latest Creation Puts a St. Louis Spin on the Beloved “Pizza and Beer” Pairing. 
St. Louis, MO (October 5, 2016) – Developers Amy and Amrit Gill recently opened The Sliced Pint Tap & Pizza, a buzzy new spot boasting creative twists on the traditional pizza. The restaurant, located at 1511 Washington Avenue on the ground floor of the Eastbank Building, serves ... [Read more]


6 new St. Louis restaurants you need to know now

We're trying something new here at Off the Menu: a roundup of the previous month's new restaurants that have piqued my curiosity — and that should, I hope, pique yours as well. Did I miss a restaurant? Did I miss your restaurant? The tip line, like the Courtesy Diner, is always open: ifroeb@post-dispatch.com. Here now are the September restaurant openings you need to know... [Read more]


The Sliced Pint Is Serving Toasted Ravioli Pizza — and It's Actually Good

The newest restaurant to open downtown is serving a new kind of pizza that would only make sense in St. Louis – and we're not talking about the thin-crusted Provel-topped version at Imo's. No, we're talking about a pizza whose crust is made of toasted ravioli. This inventon is being served at the Sliced Pint Tap & Pizza (1511 Washington Avenue), which opened its doors Friday in the Eastbank Building. The toasted... [Read more]


A Sneak Peek at the Sliced Pint, Opening Tonight in Downtown St. Louis

A new craft beer and pizza joint is opening in downtown St. Louis tonight. The Sliced Pint Tap & Pizza (1511 Washington Avenue) located in the Eastbank Building, with its back entrance just about 40 feet from the front entrance of City Museum. The place will be owned... [Read more]


The Sliced Pint – Pint Sized Addition


When most people think of Washington Avenue, they think of the fun nightlife and some pricey establishments.  What they don’t think of is a fun, comfortable restaurant downtown with great food that’s relatively inexpensive.  Well, that’s the newest plan of developers Amy... [Read more]

 


The Scoop: The Sliced Pint to open in downtown St. Louis


The newest place to get a slice and a pint is coming to downtown St. Louis when The Sliced Pint opens at 1511 Washington Ave., later this summer. As reported by the St. Louis Business Journal, owners Amy and Amrit Gill are developers who own Restoration St. Louis, as well as... [Read more]


Amrit and Amy Gill plan to open The Sliced Pint at 1511 Washington Ave.

Amrit and Amy Gill plan to open a downtown St. Louis restaurant in a Washington Avenue building they own.
According to a liquor license application submitted May 27 to the city’s Excise Division, Innkeeper Restaurant Services LLC, doing business as The Sliced Pint... [Read more]