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Anyone have a $1,000 Pizza in Utah?

By Brian | March 17, 2007 | Share on Facebook

OK, this one’s for my friends in Utah. A guy in New York City has created a pizza that he sells for $1,000:

Nino Selimaj, who runs six pizza restaurants in New York, on Wednesday unveiled his Luxury Pizza, a 12 inch (30 cms), thin crust topped with caviar, lobster, creme fraiche and chives. Cut into eight, it works out at $125 a slice.

Mr. Selimaj says it’s no publicity stunt – he did over a year of market research to determine demand, and has already sold one pizza. But here’s the money quote:

“But where better to experiment with pizza than in New York where people love their pizza,” he said.


Topics: New York, New York, The World Wide Weird | 1 Comment »

One Response to “Anyone have a $1,000 Pizza in Utah?”

  1. jason says at March 19th, 2007 at 11:51 am :
    Wow… just… wow. I think I’m speechless. This is right up there with that thousand-dollar brownie I heard about a while back, a sure sign that our society teeters on the brink of hopeless decadence.

    And yet… lobster meat on a pizza does sound pretty tasty. Maybe when chenopup and I sell our screenplay…



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