The next time you’re at a pizza place and your pizza isn’t good enough, don’t worry, the owners are making sure you have a good excuse.
The owners of the Villa Pizza in Mexico City, one of the world’s most famous pizzerias, are offering a new pizza that features a variety of toppings and a cheese platter that’s been customized for each of the three villas on the property.
The new pizza, called Lucha Pizza del Villas, will come in a $6.99 box and will be available on the Villahost Pizza website.
The restaurant, which is operated by the family-owned family-run Villa pizza chain, has about 100 restaurants across the country and serves pizzas like a pizza joint, pie, and an Italian-inspired pie.
A family-style pizza will come with a cheese plate and an extra toppings box.
The menu includes: cheese platters with chorizo, mushrooms, peppers, garlic and onions, and a red sauce that’s spicy and sweet with tomatoes and onions; chicken pizza, with a tomato sauce, peppers and onions and a spicy tomato-based sauce; and the Villanha pizza, a pizza topped with a variety “of toppings.”
It also has a cheesecake with a cream cheese base and a pepperoni topping.
A cheesecake and pepperoni topped pizza costs $8.99.
A pepperoni pizza with pepperoni sauce and a cream cheesecake is $8, and pepperonis are $9.99 on the website.
A tomato pizza with tomato sauce and cheese sauce is $9, and tomato is $10 on the site.
Other toppings include a tomato, pepperoni and egg, which costs $6, and two cheese sticks, which cost $6 each.
The pizzas will come to the Villamarcas on October 27.