Whenever we share an article about Eegee’s, there’s at least one person on social media that invites everyone to pay a visit to Slice & Ice at 1905 W. Grant Rd.
There are a few reasons why and one of them is because Ed Irving, owner of Slice & Ice, started creating the original Eegee’s beverages back in 1971 — serving them from a truck. He and Bob Greenburg teamed up to bring the fast-food giant to life, Ed being the “E” and Greenburg representing the “G” in Eegee’s.
They sold the restaurant chain in 2006 and Ed opened up Slice & Ice in 2020, introducing pizza to the mix of sub sandwiches, frosty drinks, and crinkle-cut fries.
If you’re looking for an inexpensive lunch or dinner with a sense of nostalgia, look no further and give Slice & Ice’s Snack Box a whirl. For $7 you’re treated to a slice of cheese pizza, which is actually half of their 12-inch pizza, and fries.
If you’re feeling fancy, do what all fancy eaters do and glamorous those fries. They’ve got garlic, hot ranch, pizza, and ranch fries.
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This is just one of the many cheap menu items available at Slice & Ice. We can talk about the Family Fry Box that’s only $7, any of their sandwiches that come in under $10 each, or any of the 12-inch pizzas but we suggest you head in to see it all for yourself.
In other words, just about everything on the menu is under $10 (there’s a 2.5-gallon bucket of gourmet Italian ice for $24).
Speaking of their gourmet Italian ice, they’re made with natural ingredients and stray away from artificial coloring. On the menu, you’ll find flavors such as Orange Pineapple, Strawberry Lemonade, Watermelon, a Sweet Tea Ice, and rotating flavors.
Overall, they’ve got 32 flavors (not at once) that they rotate through each month and they’re always asking for requests if you’ve got a specific concoction in mind.
Slice & Ice is located at 1905 W. Grant Rd. For more information, visit sliceandicetucson.com.
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