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Most Expensive Pizzas
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Pizza, an American favorite, is typically thought of as a quick and cheap meal to grab on a weeknight when you’re just too tired to make dinner. Sure, there are some gourmet pizzas like those made by Wolfgang Puck, but none compare to one special pie getting the royal makeover at one New York City pizzeria.

3. Nino's Bellisima Pizza
890 Second Ave.
New York, NY

12 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. (Mon. – Thurs.)
12 p.m. – 11:30 p.m. (Fri. – Sat.)
12 p.m. – 10 p.m. (Sun.)

Born on New York’s Upper East Side, this 12-inch thin crust pizza is one for the record books. Topped with Petrossian caviar, lobster tails, crème fraiche and chives, this extravagant pizza is sold for $1000. Think that’s a high price to pay for a pizza? Owner Albanian Nino Selimaj says the refined ingredients on this high-end pizza make it worth it. In fact, it costs the restaurant $720 just to make one of these masterpieces! (Note: To order this pizza, you must call at least 24 hours ahead.)

And, if you think this pizza is expensive, check out some other pricey pies around the world.

2. Renato Viola
Salerno, Italy

Arguably the most expensive single pizza in the world, this pizza, donned “Lois XIII,” redefines luxury. The creation takes about 72 hours to make and the 8-inch pizza is topped with buffalo mozzarella, three types of caviar, lobster and, for the finishing touch, is dusted with hand-picked grains of pink Australian sea salt. At $12,000 the price tag is steep, but it does include in-home service: Three Italian chefs come to the comfort of your own home (well, Italian villa) and make the pie in-house.

1. Domenico Crolla
Glasgow, Scotaland

Named after the British agent, James Bond, this pizza certainly lives up to its title. At $4,200 a pop, the luxurious pie, known as “Pizza Royale 007,” is topped with champagne-soaked caviar and lobster that has been marinated in 100-year-old cognac sprinkled. For a touch of class and perfection, the finishing touch on this famous pie is a sprinkle of 24-carat gold dust.

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