Four dollars for two slices of pizza is a steal of a deal for a lunch or late-night haunt. Kick
back and enjoy a slice of Bulgogi, vegetarian, Hawaiian, pepperoni, cheese or chicken-pine pizza in this little urban dug-out, next to the floor-to-ceiling graffiti that covers the whole wood-paneled space. Slices here remind me of the pizza pops and frozen mini pizza pies from my childhood: Gooey without being sloppy, evenly placed toppings without being fancy, and – most notably – the crust, reminiscent of focaccia. Open until 3 a.m. and serving alcohol until 2 a.m., you can’t go wrong.
This is an infamous late night spot with graffitied walls and $3 pizza. Most people somehow end up at Steel Wheels after a night on Whyte Avenue or if they’re craving some dirt cheap pizza. It’s located right off at Whyte Ave and can only be approached after 6 p.m. The majority of their menu consists of pizza, sold in slices of two, and Korean dishes. If you haven’t been here yet, don’t let its run down, but hip, appearance scare you!
A Whyte Avenue staple, especially for the late night crowd, this graffiti-covered spot is known for its eclectic mix of pizza and Korean food. The two cuisines collide in one dish: The Bulgogi Pizza. It’s their most popular pie and, like all the other pizzas, it’s only $3 for two slices. Steel Wheels is a licensed establishment, so you can wash down your pizza with cheap beer. It becomes packed here after last call at the bars, since it’s open till 3 a.m. Monday through Sunday.