Urban Slice’s design also took its cues from New York City and Chicago, says Korz.
“We asked ourselves if we were installing a new pizzeria in New York or Chicago in an old building, what would that look like?” Korz says. “We chose a very dark floor and we put in dark wood booths. We have pressed tin on the soffit and on the front of the counter, and we used a rust cinnamon color on the walls. The furniture was chosen as a direct contrast of that. We chose a cool, white marble for the bistro tables. Then we chose brushed aluminum for other tables and the counter.”