Vice Pizza & Wings Shop Review: “I’m firmly in the camp of ‘pineapple on pizza is an abomination’ but this one sounded too interesting to pass up.”

If the steady stream of riders arriving to fill their insulated bags with wings and pizza for Friday night’s takeaway crew is anything to believe, Vice has gotten off to a great start. Barely open a month if we line up for the in-person experience, the wing and pizza restaurant occupies a former Subway outlet on the Merrion Street stretch north of the plaza, a few doors down from Sweny’s Pharmacy, where Leopold Bloom bought his lemon soap and just a short walk from Leinster House.

It’s a sleek-looking establishment with a distinctive industrial aesthetic (co-owner Bobby Lawn later tells me that designer Jordan Ralph aimed for a Scandi-factory chic look), and it’s clear that absolutely nothing about the decor and branding is accidental is the menu projected on the bare wall (great idea) to the signature soft orange covers on the stools at our window table.

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