Pizzeria sells pizza for $8,000

P-VDAYPIZZA2008-02-13-1202926627.jpgEat your heart out.  One pizza pie in the shape of a heart is really going to cost you this Valentine's Day. It's on the menu for more than $8,000, but it comes with some extra toppings.

“The ring is 8000 dollars, the bottle is 160 dollars and the pizza is about 19 dollars,” said Tom Favitta of Favitta’s Family Pizzeria in Henrietta.

Favitta hopes the unusual offer makes someone's Valentine's Day unusually romantic.

“We'll bring the ring, and I'll personally deliver it, with a little white cloth over my arm, and open the bottle for them."

The price tag of $8,180 might be a bit steep for some lovers and lovers of pizza.

According to the National Retail Federation, men will spend about $165 this Valentine's Day. Women will spend about $85. So this pizza may be a little out of your price range, but can you put a price tag on love?

“Well, it depends how good the diamond is or maybe the pizza?,” said Richard Peritore.

“I guess you must really like pizza (if you buy it),” said Lorry O’Leary. “Pizza must be what they have in common."

Most people will not be buying pizza or jewelry for their valentines. According to the NRF, they will be spending their money on candy, flowers and clothing. But Favitta says this gift is in good taste for someone out there.

“It's certainly not out of the price range of somebody that's legitimately looking for an engagement ring.”


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