San Antonio may be the seventh-largest city in America, but you wouldn’t know it if you go looking for that stalwart bastion of the metropolitan lunch hour: a hot pizza sold by the slice.
Bustling pedestrians shuffling to and from their apartments or offices while noshing on a slice are easy find in places such as New York City or Chicago. But San Antonio is just built differently — literally. The population density of those two behemoths stands at 27,000 and 12,000 people per square mile, respectively. In San Antonio, that number is 3,000 people per square mile according to the latest U.S. Census data.