Alba White Truffle Festival

Nov 3-12 at Slyce IRB and Slyce Mad Beach

Urbani Truffles and Prunotto are bringing the Alba White Truffle Festival to cities across the United States for the 2nd year in a row with SLYCE as a participant.

Food Features:

  • White Cheddar Macaroni and Cheese blended with gourmet mushrooms and Urbani truffle cream
  • Our signature Truffle Shuffle Pizza that is lightly drizzled with Urbani White Truffle oil

Wine Features:

  • Prunotto 2012 Occhetti Nebbiolo d’Alba: Bottle 41 | Glass 12
  • Prunotto 2012 Barolo: Bottle 70 | Glass 20


Unfortunately, due to the potential impact of Hurricane Irma, Slyce Indian Rocks Beach is closed effective immediately, and Slyce Madeira Beach will be closed as of Friday.

At this point, we plan on remaining closed at both locations through Monday, reopening on Tuesday at 11am. This is of course subject to change depending on how everything goes with the storm.

We appreciate your understanding, and apologize for any inconvenience these unplanned closings may cause. Stay safe out there, Slyce Nation, and we’ll look forward to seeing you again on Tuesday!

Slyce Madeira Beach is Now Hiring

Slyce Madeira Beach Now Hiring

Greetings Slyce Nation! We’re happy to announce that tomorrow Dec. 20 we will begin accepting applications and interviewing for all positions in our new Madeira Beach location. Stop in anytime at the new location from 10am – 6pm this week, Tuesday 12/20 thru Friday 12/23, and again next week Monday 12/26 thru Friday 12/30 from 10am – 6pm for application submissions and interviews.

Slyce Madeira Beach is located at 662 150th Ave. Madeira Beach, Fl. We can be found between Publix and McDonald’s in the Madeira Shopping Center.

Happy Independence Day, from your friends at Slyce Pizza Bar!!!

Independence Day at Slyce Pizza Bar

Today marks a very special day for us at Slyce Pizza Bar as we celebrate 5 years since opening our doors here in beautiful Indian Rocks Beach, FL. We’re grateful for all the support we’ve received from our guests both near and far, and we’re so thankful to be part of such a great community. As hard as we’ve all worked these past five years, none of this would be possible without each and every member of Slyce Nation.

In addition to our passion for great food and drink, we’re equally committed to being good stewards in our community. By coming together and joining forces with so many wonderful people, we’re proud to have supported several great local organizations and causes. These causes and groups include (but are not limited to) our flagship Sitton Supreme initiative, the Beach Community Food Panty, Blessings in a Backpack, charity golf tournaments, Boy Scouts of America, Wing House raising money for Pediatric Cancer Foundation, Angry Pepper in support of The Philip Bryant Melanoma Foundation, GTE Scholarship Foundation, and Redington Beach Wine Festival raising money to support scholarships for local kids.

We at Slyce are big proponents of local music, and are proud to have created such a welcoming and unique atmosphere with the help of some of the best musicians in the Tampa Bay area. We’d like to express an extra special thank you to Matt Winter and Andrew Carmouche who have been with us since the very beginning, and have played a major role in establishing Slyce as one of the premier venues for great local live music.

To our friends, families, talented staff, and fellow business community members, and to everyone who has ever stopped in and visited us at Slyce Pizza Bar, we offer a heartfelt thank you. You’ve kept us going with your support, kindness, and even critical feedback when necessary, allowing us to constantly learn and grow. We’re proud of what we’ve accomplished these past five years, but we still feel like we’re just getting started. With our second location opening soon in Madeira Beach, we’re incredibly excited for all that’s in store for the future of Slyce Pizza Bar. We hope you’ll come along for the ride as we continue to build for the future.

This summer, Slyce Pizza Bar is coming to Madeira Beach, Florida!

Slyce is expanding by opening our second location, and will be conveniently located between Publix and McDonald’s in the Madeira Shopping Center on 150th Ave. With plenty of parking and an easily accessible dock, we welcome you to arrive by land or by sea.

We’ll see you soon, Mad Beach!

Slyce Pizza Bar - Madeira Beach Location

In observance of the Christmas holiday, Slyce will be closed Dec 24 and 25. We wish everyone out there in Slyce Nation a safe and very Merry Christmas. We’ll be back in action on Saturday the 26th, and will look forward to seeing you all then. Ho-Ho-Ho!!!


For immediate release: Indian Rocks Beach, FL (Oct. 1, 2015)

A locally owned independent pizza shop is among the nation’s best-performing pizzerias, according to Pizza Today magazine, the leading publication of the pizza industry. The magazine, which annually ranks the largest independent operations in the U.S. based on sales, this month named SLYCE PIZZA BAR to its prestigious Hot 100 list.

SLYCE PIZZA BAR is ranked No. 81 on the magazine’s Hot 100 list.

“Making our list is quite an accomplishment,” said Pizza Today Editor-in-Chief Jeremy White. “Each year our readers await the release of the Hot 100 list anxiously. Making it here isn’t easy — it’s a testament to many factors such as great food and service, solid marketing and old-fashioned hard work. The pizzerias on our Hot 100 list have managed to really set themselves apart from the competition.”

Slyce Pizza BarFounded in 2011, SLYCE PIZZA BAR is operated by Jack Bennett/Ken Gillespie/Suzanne Brown. For more information, visit


9/11 World Trade Center Memorial Fundraiser


This public memorial to be built by Pinellas Suncoast Fire & Rescue will be a powerful way to ensure the memory of the victims and heroes of 9/11 live on.

9/11 Memorial Fundraiser - Indian Rocks Beach, FL

9/11 Memorial Fundraiser – Indian Rocks Beach, FL

The 911 World Trade Center Memorial will feature the iconic vision so prevalent in all our minds – the steel inner structures of the towers. Constructed of stainless steel, these two structures will flank the upright 36-inch, rippled piece of I-beam from the Trade Center. The I-beam will be wrapped with a stainless steel draped flag, stars cut from the flag to reveal the artifact, and burnished to represent the colors.

These will be placed on a debris field in an elevated brick structure the shape of the pentagon. Water will flow down the flag into a reflecting pool that will represent the water so close to the towers and the escape route for so many survivors.

Slyce Pizza Bar will be accepting donations throughout the weekend in an effort to raise the required $1700 needed to complete the memorial. Stop by Slyce to donate, and bring the kids to tour the fire trucks!

If you can’t make it to Slyce but would still like to help in our efforts to honor those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001, the Indian Rocks Volunteer Fireman’s Association is accepting donations.

You can make checks payable to “IRVFA Nine-Eleven Memorial Fund” and mail them to 304 First Street, Indian Rocks Beach, FL 33785; or you may make a donation at any Fifth Third Bank.

McKinley Moore needs our help.



McKinley Moore is a sweet, two-year-old little angel who was recently diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL).

Young McKinley has a long road of testing ahead of her, including spinal taps and bone marrow testing. She has already begun chemotherapy treatments that will last the next two to three years.

To learn more about McKinley and the Moore family, and to consider making a donation (no matter how small), please visit

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