Mirror- This is the perfect snack for those moments when you just can't get enough pizza.That's right - a restaurant has begun dishing up a pizza , with mini pizza slices on top.
And the mini slices also have mini slices on them - creating a kind of never-ending pizza multiverse.
The Mini Vinnie Pie is the work of Vinnie's Pizzeria, in Brooklyn, New York.
Tiny slices of the cheesy, doughy Italian goodness perch lofty on top of the classic big apple snack.
People might be taken aback here, but when the pizza is of a high enough quality I am not really a topping guy. I suppose that may be an exaggeration, seeing as I would never turn down a good sausage, or pepperoni, or (insert any other type of meat here) slice. Still, nothing is better than a slice of cheese pizza that can stand on the merit of it's cheese, sauce, and crust. The only problem with with a slice of cheese pizza is that it's hard not to fold it, and in folding it, while it remains the same exact amount of pizza, you drastically reduce the surface area of pizza for which to bite.
This pizzeria is Brooklyn just solved that problem. In fact, my first move upon receiving this would be to turn all the mini-slices over. Boom. You get the effect of folding over the slice without having to worry about making your food too efficient to eat. You give me one regular slice of cheese pizza and I am likely empty handed with a layer of skin burned off the roof of my mouth in two minutes. You give me a slice with a bunch of mini slices on top and that consumption time become at least 5 minutes. That's probably only because you're nearly doubling the amount of food, but in my head it's still one slice. One slice that will probably only become two or three slices instead of four, and keeping that number as low as possible is better for everyone's self esteem.
Most importantly about this slice is that, even without the mini slices on top, it looks goddamn delicious, and that's the most critical aspect of any solid tomato pie.