Our 8th Annual Empty Bowls Fundraiser

The Empty Bowls Project is a nationwide effort by potters & artists to end hunger.

The Lillstreet Arts Center proudly hosts the 8th annual event to benefit First Slice Pie Cafe!

On Friday, April 17th from 5-8pm, guests will enjoy the soup & bread social in a handmade bowl donated by a local artist. Guests may take home their bowls as a reminder of all the other bowls that may be purchased. Bowls are $25 each, and there is no limit to the number of bowls that can be purchased. Sales begin at 5pm on a first come, first served basis.


Nice To Be Recognized

If you’re a fan of First Slice, you already know that feeding yourself at one of our cafés also helps to feed those in our community who are hungry and lack access to resources…


Ok, Let’s Make Soup

Ok, let’s make soup. First slice an onion very thinly and sprinkle lightly with salt. Set aside and let the onion release its juices for a minute. Meanwhile, throw a bunch of garden tomatoes of any variety into boiling water for about a minute and slip off their skins. Remove and compost the core, squish the tomatoes good with your hands, and don’t get rid of the seeds


Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie

Hands down the Chocolate Peanut Butter pie is by far our best selling pie. Think of a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup rolled into crust OMG this is a sinful experience to say the least. If you love chocolate, you have to try this pie. As one reviewer wrires: “I savor a slice of their chocolate peanut butter pie–oh who am I kidding, I’m inhaling it right now-Sinfully Good!”