Photo cred - Nick Sherman\nThere's no denying that pizza is the food of the gods, but you don't always have time for a whole pie, or you need something more practical for when you're on the go (been drinking heavily) and that's where a single slice hits the spot.\nMontreal is full of good pizzerias baking up all kinds of gourmet creations, but the humble pizza slice is not to be neglected. Hand-tossed dough, a slather of tangy marinara sauce, a greasy layer of cheese, and your garden variety of toppings, conveniently cut into a handy triangle and ready to fill your belly. It's cheap, it's easy and can be considered a vegetable depending on where you're from.\nPizza Madona\n3605 Boul St-Laurent\nA major player of the late-night drunchy scene on The Main, the slices are NY style and there's always a good amount of toppings.\nPizza Chez Danny\n1237 Rue de la Montagne\nThis is literally a hole in the wall take-out pizza place, but one of the best for a slice downtown after last call. And they'll grate parmesan on your slice for free!\nPizzeria Anatolia\n1444 Rue Saint Mathieu\nPerfect late-night spot for late-night pizza with friendly service and tasty pizza. Ask nicely, and they will even customize your slice (almost) any way you want.\nBella Donna\n4451 Boul St-Laurent\nAnother St-Laurent favourite, this is no-fuss pizza at it's finest. Perfect for soaking up some of that liquor in your gut.\nPhoto cred - Nick Sherman\nPizza Pinoli\n5524 Av de Monkland\nAuthentic home-made pizza in the NDG and best of all it's cheap!\nPhoto cred - Mr. Ducke\nMetro Pizza\n5101 Bannantyne\nOne of the finest slices of pizza you'll find in the city, or at least in Verdun. Great prices and combos.\nPhoto cred - Kenneth Setzer\nPizza Dorval Express\n208 Avenue Dorval\nAll you West-Islanders know what I'm talking about. For those times you decided not to get drunk downtown, Pizza Dorval will feed you good. On a side note, their poutine is awesome, just saying.\nPhoto cred - Poutinewar\nSipan\n264 Rue Ste-Catherine E\nIf you have ever gotten drunk at Foufs, you have grabbed a slice at Sipan. The pizza is nothing special, but the crowd always is.\nPhoto cred - letalbodec\nAl Taib\n2125 Rue Guy\nConcordia students already love this place for cheap middle-eastern eats, but you can't beat Al Taib for some quick and easy late-night pizza. Not to mention, it's baked on Italian granite. Fancy.\nPhoto cred - fotoproze\nBlanche Neige\n5735 Chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges\nBlanche Neige might be damn good for those early morning breakfasts, but they got tasty pizza on lock as well. Plus, they're open 24 hours on Friday and Saturdays so you don't have to worry about the party stopping.\nPhoto cred - jasonlam\nPizza Charlevoix\n2563 Rue Centre\nPerfect little spot to grab a slice when you're in the Sud-Ouest, and they offer free WiFi and a 50" for hockey games.\nPhoto cred - Montreal Eats\nGiovan\n3936 Boul St-Laurent\nDrinking in the Plateau wouldn't be complete without a final stop at Giovan for a quick slice or two for the road. And don't forget to ask for some ranch dressing for crust dipping.\nPhoto cred - Alejandro J.\nDouble Pizza\nVarious locations\nYes it's a chain, but that only means Double Pizza is doing something right. As the name implies, it's two-for-one pizzas, but they serve by the slice as well and it never doesn't fill you up.