Eating pizza and banding together for a good cause are two things that New Yorkers do exceptionally well. At Wednesday's seventh annual Slice Out Hunger charity feast, you'll have the chance to do both with over 50 of Gotham's top pizza counters—including Di Fara, Lombardi's, Emily and Roberta's—hawking their cheesy wares for just a dollar each. The nearly 1,000 pies are all donated, so proceeds go directly towards funding Food Bank for New York City's hunger-combatting initiatives.
The pizza party goes down at St. Anthony's Church (155 Sullivan St) at 6pm on Wednesday, and ends when slices run out. Queue up at the door to buy one-buck tickets that are good for slices, drinks and raffles—or upgrade your donation with a $100 VIPizza Passport that comes with five tickets to skip the lines. Even if you can't make it, you can still donate here.