New York’s Most Expensive Pizza: Is It Worth It?
When you think of the state food for New York, chances are that you think of pizza.
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Sure, Buffalo is known for wings, and Rochester is known for the Garbage Plate, but when most people think of New York, they think of pizza.
Yep...good, simple, delicious pizza. New York is so big that there are different styles of pizza. Most people in the world think of a thin, chewy crust when you say New York pizza. We know in Buffalo, the pizza crust is a bit thicker with cupped pepperoni.
The one thing we all know about pizza in New York is that it is pretty cheap. You usually can get a whole pie for under $20 or a giant slice or a couple of bucks.
But what about on the other end of the money? How much would you be willing to pay for a pizza? The most expensive pizza in New York is more expensive than most mortgage payments for people living in the state.
The 24k pizza will cost you $2,000 per pizza. This super expensive pizza is offered by Industry Kitchen on South Street in the Financial District of New York City.
For your two thousand dollars, you get a pizza that is made of squid ink dough that has been rested for 48 hours. After the dough rests, it gets stretched and topped with Stilton cheese, caviar, truffles, and foie gras. Then on top of all those expensive ingredients, the pizza is topped with 24-karat gold leaves.
If you want to try the pizza for yourself, you will need to order at least 48 hours in advance and get ready to pay a handsome price for a pizza pie.
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