Four Pizzas For the Rich and Famous

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It is no secret that the rich and the average live worlds apart in terms of their everyday functions. That said, there is one thing that they have in common and that is a love for pizza. Just like the average family, the rich and famous are getting the cravings for that stretchy cheese, the tomato sauce and the meat delight onto. They aren’t exactly lining up at Pizza Hut though, they are taking pizza to a whole different level. These are the world’s most pricy pizzas.

Luis XIII, Salerno, Italy, a Renato Viola Creation

Selling at $12,000 per pie, this pizza holds the title of being the world’s most expensive pizza. This pizza isn’t something that you can make in a few hours or a day, but only in 72 hours. This is mostly so the dough can be rested. The other aspects of this amazing pie is the toppings. We have bufala mozzarella cheese, lobster straight from Norway, three different caviars and salt straight from the Murray River in Australia. This is a pizza that can’t be bought in restaurants, one has to actually have the cooks take over their kitchen and cook it at home. The service certainly contributes to the price.

Favitta’s Family Pizzeria, Henrietta New York

Tis $8,200 pizza is known as the Pizza for Lovers. Despite being of really high quality, the ingredients aren’t the reason for the high cost. It is all about the diamonds. That’s right, this pizza comes with a diamond ring and a bottle of Dom Perignon. This pizza is the perfect way to pop the question.

Haggis, Glasgow, a Domenico Crolla Restaurant

The Pizza Royale 007 is a scottish named after the land’s greatest hero, James Bond. Meat lovers won’t rejoice upon looking at this $4,200 creation. It is topped with lobster that is marinated in 100-year-old cognac and caviar soaked in champagne. It is also topped with 24-carat gold.

Nino Bellisima, New York City

This is an amazing New York Pizza. It is topped with lobster tails and six types of caviar. It has made quite the impact on the Upper East Side of Manhattan and is definitely a pie that is famous with the rich.

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