Few pizza joints make pizzas larger than 20 inches; fewer parlors make super-sized pizzas for special occasions throughout the year, and one can count the number of pizza parlors in the world who will make humungous pizzas for their customers. Although these select places may require a few days’ notice, they will gladly create a pizza as big as you and your family! Here are the top five of the world’s largest commercially available pizzas.
Guninness World Records named Big Mama’s Giant Sicilian the biggest pizza commercially available in the world. Measuring in at a whopping 54” x 54”, this is actually not the largest pizza on the list...Guninness needs to step it up. With a simple 24 hour notice, you can get this monstrous pizza delivered to you in the LA area. At 4.5 square feet, this 200 piece pizza serves up to 70 people and costs $199.99.
Truly the largest pizza on the list, the 70” x 70”, 58-lb meat and cheese monster boasts 7-lbs of meat, 7-lbs of cheese and 2 liters of sauce. All that is required is 48 hours notice and $600.2
Another pie larger than the Guninness record holder, this 60” pizza is delivered to you by a crane for a mere $350. How do you suppose folks should feel upon receiving their meal via a crane because it is too big for humans to carry? I know portions keep growing, at a rate comparable to the expanding rate of folks’ waistbands, but come on!We need to lose our fixation with SUPER-SIZED things…the world is not big enough.
This 42” pizza may be smaller than the others, but what it lacks in size it more than makes up for in variety. You’re not eating pounds of cheese…instead; you are eating pounds of various toppings! This ‘Big Lou Super 42’ weighs around 30-lbs and was featured on the Travel Channel’s Man vs. Food
El Buono claims their pizza to be the biggest in Asia. The 35” pizza serves up to 150 people. Thanks to the exchange rate, one can purchase this pie with a mere $190, which includes the addition of up to four toppings.