As Americans, we’re enthusiastic embracers of one of our great nation’s rich pastimes: the all-you-can-eat meal. From sushi to pancakes to a certain red-sauce chain’s unbeatable soup-salad-and-breadsticks deal, we Yankees strive to get the most bang for our buck no matter what type of cuisine we’re craving.
Enter: pizza. The Italian tradition of pizza a giro—basically, sitting down to eat a ton of pizza, normally accompanied by a glass (or five) of wine—is being imported to New York shores this month by Rossopomodoro, Eataly’s Neapolitan za spinoff. Starting on Sunday 13 and running through Christmas Eve, the restaurant will be offering the unbeatable opportunity of cramming your maw with unlimited puffy-crusted, wood-fired pies.
For a mere $20 (tax, tip and drinks excluded), you’ll be served as many of Rosso’s ten pizza varieties as you can manage; same goes for everyone else in your party, for an additional $20 each. This means no more Sophie’s Choice dilemmas over whether to order the Indiavolata (Neapolitan spicy salami, mozzarella) or the Broccoletta (Brussel sprouts, guanciale, fonduta)—heck, get two of each.