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The Most Expensive Pizza Ever

Updated on April 4, 2009

$1,000 Pizza in NYC

The Most Extravagant Pizza In The World

A Work of Art

A Work of Art
A Work of Art

The Most Expensive Pizza In New York.... In The World, I Daresay.

Could you imagine paying $1,000 for a pizza? No, this does not come with a car or house. For those with the means, who are kind of tired of the usual pizza toppings, and just happen to be in New York City, go splurge and indulge yourself with the most luxurious pizza in the world.

The restaurant Nino's Bellissima, in Manhattan, has put a $1,000 pizza on the menu. The 12-inch pizza is topped with creme fraiche, chives, eight ounces of four different kinds of Petrossian caviar, four ounces of thinly sliced Maine lobster tail, salmon roe, and a little bit of wasabi to complement all the fish. The thin-crust pizza is cut into eight, $125 slices for serving.

You can't just walk in off the street a pick up one of these specialty pies on your way home from work, though. The restaurant needs 24-hour advance notice to make one.

Expensive Indulgence

Would you purchase this pizza?

Nino and his Baby

Nino and his Baby
Nino and his Baby

Eat It or Put It On E-Bay....

Eat It or Put It On E-Bay....
Eat It or Put It On E-Bay....

Pizza Pizza!

What is your favorite style of pizza?

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Nino is really FREAKING ME OUT!

Nino is really FREAKING ME OUT!
Nino is really FREAKING ME OUT!


Which is your favorite delivery pizza?

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Tell Me What You Think. - CuhRazy Man, CuhRazy....

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    • Ramkitten2000 profile image

      Deb Kingsbury 

      11 years ago from Flagstaff, Arizona

      Sheesh, that's amazing. I mean, my husband and I could take a whole VACATION for what that pizza cost. Hm, a week of vacation or fifteen minutes maybe of pizza-eating? And funky pizza at that. Nah, I'll pass on the pizza. (Cool lens, though!)

    • Kiwisoutback profile image


      11 years ago from Massachusetts

      Fish pizza = no thanks! Nah, I'll just take my pepperoni. Certain things don't belong on pizza, and caviar is definitely one of them!

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      11 years ago


      $125 a slice is around $10 a bite!

      Hehe, Ill have 3 bites please:)

    • hlkljgk profile image


      11 years ago from Western Mass

      that is quite a pizza...

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      11 years ago

      Looks pretty, but I prefer my pizza with tomato sauce and veges.

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      Samuel Franklin 

      11 years ago

      Thats one expensive pizza! I dont even think it would taste that great... give me a hawain anyday!

    • evelynsaenz1 profile image

      Evelyn Saenz 

      11 years ago from Royalton

      We love pizza but one of the reasons is because it is an inexpensive meal.

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      12 years ago

      I love pizza but I refuse to spend a $1000 on it.

      Great lens


    • AlisonMeacham profile image


      12 years ago

      I have to say that I think I will spend my $1000 on something other than a pizza! I wonder how many they sell...........

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      12 years ago

      woah pricey! A square inch of that pizza probably costs as much as carryout at one of the national chains !!

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      Susan Deppner 

      12 years ago from Arkansas USA

      What a terrific idea for a lens! Love the way you put it together. One thing I can say for this pizza, it's mighty pretty!

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      Treasures By Brenda 

      12 years ago from Canada

      Pizza is a regular here on Friday nights. It is homemade and delicious and costs a lot less! (Naturally, it does not have any exotic ingredients on it!) Interesting lens!


    • ZenandChic profile image


      12 years ago

      I did not know that amazon sold caviar. I have a billionaire lens, this pizza would be good for that lens. I am going to lensroll this lens to it.

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      12 years ago

      OMG! I'd surely love a slice of that $1,000 pizza. Just can't imagine paying that much for a pizza ... I'm really more of a lobster and filet mignon type of gal and maybe a touch of caviar pleeeze. Interesting lens!

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      Nancy Tate Hellams 

      12 years ago from Pendleton, SC

      Very Cuhrazy and very interesting! I enjoyed reading about this $1,000 pizza. It sure sounds like it has been a great advertising gimmick if nothing else. Well done!


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