While it's only been about a month since Vinnie's Pizzeria unleashed its insane pizza served in a box made of pizza, it appears the marinara maniacs have somehow taken the cheese-fueled madness to a whole new level with their latest monstrocity: a pizza topped with mini slices of pizza served in a box made of more pizza.
Vinnie's first revealed the pizza overload in an Instagram post on Saturday, claiming the beastly pie (or pies?!?) came to life when a customer ordered a Pizza Box Pizza and requested mini pizza slices on top of the pizza inside. Perhaps the easiest way to describe the thing is pizza on pizza on pizza. It's basically a pizza engineering marvel, or as Vinnie's put it, "#infinitypizza."
Believe it or not, Vinnie's has already sold at least five of so-called Pizza In A Box Topped With Mini Pizzas as of early Sunday afternoon, according to a report by Gothamist. Sean Berthiaume, the pizzeria's co-owner, told the publication, "Our philosophy is 'Yes, you can do whatever you want,'" when it comes to ordering a pizza there. In other words, you can eat one of these crazy things (or something crazier), if you're willing to pay up. The #infinitypizza experience will set you back $46, per the report.
But if you're not ready to take on such a giant pile of pizza, Vinnie's recently introduced a smaller, handheld version of the original Pizza Box Pizza, the aptly dubbed the Mini Pizza Box Pizza. Or, you can always order a slice of Vinnie's famous "Cheeseception" pizza, topped with -- of course -- mini slices of more pizza. At this point, it's hard to imagine how they'll top (no pun intended) this latest creation, but it's probably inevitable.
A small pizza shop in Williamsburg, Vinnie's went internet famous in 2016 for creating two monstrous pies: a pizza served in a box made out of pizza, and a pizza topped with mini slices of pizza. When Vinnie's isn't taking America's favorite delivery food to new meta levels, it's serving up speciality meat, vegetarian, and vegan pies, like the Florentine made with sautéed spinach, feta cheese, and chopped tomato. The space might be tiny and filled with only a few booths, but ingredients like pesto cream, breaded eggplant, and teriyaki chicken help separate it from the neighboring run-of-the-mill slice shops on Bedford.