New Jersey Pizzeria Offers Fyre Festival-Inspired Slice | Inside Edition

Pizzeria Offers Fyre Festival-Inspired Slice

A pizzeria offers a gag menu item inspired by the Fyre Festival.
(Twitter/Villa Italian Kitchen)

"A new luxury pizza experience exclusively for the wealthiest consumers and industry influencers!"

Those who did end up flying to the Exuma for the ill-fated Fyre Festival might not be so privy to reliving the experience, but onlookers who never made it to the island can join in on the joke.

Villa Italian Kitchen, a New Jersey-based chain with locations across the United States, is now offering the Festival Pyzza inspired by the less-than gourmet meal Fyre-attendees were served during the infamous 2017 fiasco.

Their gag menu item comes following what many call the final nail in the coffin for the Fyre Festival, where guests were promised five-star catering that didn't live up to expectations.

"Literally slices of bread, cheese, and salad with no dressing,” an attendee tweeted along with the disappointing photo of the meal.

Like the festival, Villa Italian Kitchen is marketing their pizza as “the greatest pizza that never happened,” boasting a “luxury pizza experience exclusively for the wealthiest consumers and industry influencers,” the chain wrote on Facebook.

Correspondingly, the menu description was shared with a photo of the actual dish: a tomato slice and two pieces of processed cheese atop a bed of undressed greens.

To top off the experience, Villa Italian Kitchen is reportedly pricing the dish at $25 – just in case those who actually fell prey to the Fyre Festival still have funds in their bank account to spare.