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July 17, 2020

Working with family and opening a pizzeria in a revitalizing neighborhood with Brando from Slice Project

Working with family and opening a pizzeria in a revitalizing neighborhood with Brando from Slice Project

Love beer with your pizza? Who doesn’t! The episode today is with craft beer and homebrewing enthusiast, Brando, who partnered with his brother to open up Slice Project in the revitalizing neighborhood of downtown Watsonville, CA.

Check them out on IG @sliceproject


Slice Project

300 Main St, Watsonville, CA 95076

(831) 319-4851

Full Transcript Here

Brando: We're on the same bone, pretty much about everything we do honestly is opening up together the dream team that wouldn't want to open up with anyone else.

Eidref: Thank you so much for tuning in to the What's Good Dough podcast. I hope you enjoy it and I hope you share it. If you want to get in touch with me, follow us on Instagram at Whats Good Dough. And remember to always ask, what’s good dough? What's happening? What's good dough? It's your boy Eidref. How y'all doing? How are y'all doing? I'm doing great in case any of you are wondering. Today we have a dope episode with Brando from a slice project. We talk about opening up a craft beer and pizza spot in a revitalizing neighborhood with family. This is a great episode. So sit back, relax and enjoy the show. And remember to always ask what's good though? Brando, thank you so much for joining me today. How are you doing?

Brando: Doing good man. How are you?

Eidref: Awesome. Before we started, I found out you and your brother are co-founders of the pizzeria. That's amazing. I always wanted to get into business with my brother. Tell me about how that all started and got into play.

Brando: Yeah, man. I mean, it started about two years ago, maybe. We've always had conversations of opening stuffs together. So my brother's been in the restaurant industry for about, honestly, like 10 years now. A little more maybe. And so he was always hopping around cooking at different restaurants. He's cooked in Los Gatos is cooked in Monterey, cooked in Santa Cruz. And so he finally started doing his own thing more towards the end. So he started making donuts. And so we kind of linked up and we thought, like, you know, let's do something together. And so we started exploring, like different things that we can do. I'm a huge beer guy. And he's like a baker, and sort of like, dude like what's better than pizza and beer.

Eidref: Nothing