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  • - Hey Andrew, how's it goin'?

  • What's up man?

  • My bestie, Keith, actually, is not available right now,

  • but I was wondering if you would be

  • at all willing to come with me on a food adventure?

  • - So I'm just like your backup?

  • - Um, We're doin' pizza.

  • - Okay.

  • - Sweet! - Let's go.

  • (whooshing)

  • (funky brass music)

  • - So where are we going?

  • - We are on our way, right now,

  • to eat three different pizzas at three

  • drastically different price points.

  • And we're gonna find out which one

  • is the most worth-it at its price.

  • - What does the expensive one cost?

  • - 135 dollars.

  • - 135 dollars, is it made of gold?

  • Why do you need me to come with you?

  • - Because, I need a partner in crime,

  • and you are the best friend today.

  • - Lemme look up some dynamic duos

  • and then we can decide which one we are.

  • Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Who's who?

  • - Why can't we just be Steven and Andrew?

  • - Spaghetti and meatballs, milk and cookies.

  • - I'll meet you inside.

  • - Beavis and Butthead.

  • Mary Kate and Ashley Olson.

  • I think it's pretty obvious.

  • (driving percussive music)

  • - We're gonna serve for you, today,

  • our basic pizza. It's our Simple Pie.

  • Our Simple Pie is just tomato sauce, Parmesan,

  • and a whole milk mozzarella.

  • As well as our Green Stripe.

  • It's got basil pesto, mozzarella,

  • all-natural chicken, wild baby arugula,

  • and roasted red bell peppers.

  • - [Steven] How much is the Simple Pie?

  • - [Brad] At this location it's five dollars and 25 cents.

  • - [Steven] That's value, right there.

  • - [Brad] Or for 7.95 you can get

  • as many toppings as you like, as much of them as you like.

  • - That's pretty great.

  • - And here's the cool thing about it.

  • Just like any fine dining restaurant,

  • all of our stuff's all-natural

  • - So like, how many pies does this location make in a day?

  • - We've done over 1,200.

  • - That's a lot of pizza!

  • - [Steven] We're here. The first pizza restaurant.

  • - Not how I thought my day would go but, alright.

  • - This pizza's the size of your head,

  • and it's five dollars, can we cheers?

  • It's really thin. - With the pizza?

  • - Yeah.

  • - Like,

  • (funky bass music)

  • (laughing)

  • (funky bass music)

  • - Yeah, it's a great pizza.

  • - This pizza's called the Simple Pie.

  • It's very simple, and I think that's

  • how you should do things in life.

  • - Five dollars you're getting the

  • three things that make pizza, pizza.

  • - You have good dough. You have good sauce.

  • You have good cheese.

  • - This sauce is delicious. Have you had this sauce yet?

  • - I've been eating the pizza.

  • Alright let's try the other pizza now.

  • So we got the most expensive pizza here, and it's $7.95.

  • (excited gasping)

  • Cheers.

  • (crunching)

  • This one is very good. You demolish pizza.

  • - I know, this is something that you're

  • gonna have to get used to. I have no self-control.

  • - You are a pizza monster.

  • - And you are a pizza plebeian.

  • - That's pretty good.

  • - Next place.

  • - That Simple Pie was great, but I would

  • spend the extra three dollars to get that pesto pizza.

  • - I think I would just get two simple pies instead.

  • (cymbals crashing)

  • - No, that's not how it works!

  • I say the pizza fact! (horn blasting)

  • - Pizza fact!

  • (cymbals crashing)

  • I like pizza.

  • Pizza fact.

  • Experts theorize that the price of pizza

  • in New York City will always equal

  • the price of a subway fare.

  • - So if you have a slice of pizza,

  • you could trade that for a free ride

  • (groaning)

  • - I've had too much pizza today.

  • - We've only been to one place.

  • - You want a Tootsie Pop?

  • (suckers rattling)

  • (car humming)

  • (popping)

  • (funky guitar music)

  • - We're gonna make a buratta pizza for you today.

  • Buratta cheese is basically a fresh mozzarella preparation.

  • Very soft, rich, luxurious mozzarella cheese.

  • First we'll stretch the dough,

  • and then we'll put a little bit

  • of olive oil on the crust.

  • We'll top it with our pizzato,

  • which is our tomato sauce, and then layer

  • the squash blossoms over the top.

  • Spread it over the pizza, it goes in the oven.

  • - [Steven] And how do you know when it's finished?

  • - One of the true tells is you turn it up on one end,

  • and it will stay like a board.

  • And then it gets topped with the buratta cheese,

  • a little bit of extra virgin olive oil,

  • sea salt, and black pepper.

  • - [Andrew] It sounds delicious.

  • - [Steven] What makes you pizza different from other pizzas?

  • - We focus, a lot, on the crust.

  • The toppings are important, and we put

  • a lot of attention to that,

  • but people don't know that that's

  • what makes a pizza so good.

  • They just think it's the toppings,

  • but it's actually the crust.

  • (gentle piano music)

  • (lips smacking)

  • - Oh wow, that is so good.

  • This pizza comes in quarters. I think that is awesome.

  • - These are all good slices.

  • Cheers.

  • (tsking)

  • Cheers.

  • (calm violin music)

  • (satisfied grunting)

  • - That's a perfect pizza.

  • - I'm calling it right now,

  • we're not gonna get a better pizza than this.

  • (crunching)

  • I just got into the crust.

  • The way that really fresh popcorn tastes,

  • we got like, flavored air comin' out of the crust.

  • How are you not excited about this?

  • (crunching)

  • Do you get what I'm talkin' about?

  • - Whoa!

  • You know what's also interesting? The pepper.

  • - Yes. I love putting black pepper on stuff.

  • I put a disgusting amount on it.

  • - This is a lot - My girlfriend

  • yells at me all the time.

  • - You have a girlfriend?

  • Feels like I'm eating something

  • that was prepared with love, for me,

  • and you, and you, and all of you guys out there.

  • Are you havin' a great time?

  • - Pizzeria Mozza, amazing, 10 outta 10.

  • Steven Lim, pretty fun.

  • I feel like I'm starting to get drunk off pizza.

  • - Where did he get that pizza?

  • Pizza fact!

  • Did you know, that in 2001,

  • Pizza Hut delivered a pizza to

  • the International Space Station?

  • Can you imagine eating pizza in space?

  • - Then I'd be pissed off that they sent me Pizza Hut.

  • - Pizza Hut's good, what are you talking about?

  • - If you're sending it all the way to space,

  • they could go ahead and send you

  • the best pizza from Earth.

  • - What will it take for the next pizza to win out?

  • (harmonized singing)

  • - I dunno.

  • (gentle violin music)

  • - I'm the chef de cuisine at Spago, Beverly Hills.

  • I will be making Italian white truffle pizza.

  • That's in season right now.

  • What's so special is the truffle.

  • Truffles are fungus and they grow under the ground.

  • A pound of white truffle will go as high as 3,000 dollars.

  • So a little piece like this, about 100 dollars.

  • We will be stretching this dough

  • to about nine inch diameter.

  • We'll put mozzarella on top of the dough.

  • The dough will go in the pizza oven

  • for about five minutes. We use real wood fired oven.

  • This will give, somewhat, a smoky aroma.

  • Once it comes out, we're going

  • to shave a lot of white truffle on it.

  • - That's it?

  • - That's it.

  • - Three ingredients?

  • - As soon as you shave the white truffle on it,

  • the aroma will just explode.

  • It has it's own distinct aroma,

  • you can't find it in anything else.

  • This is 135 dollars on the menu.

  • Actually a bargain.

  • When we have a special ingredient like this,

  • for us it's not about making money.

  • It's more of a showcasing the seasonality

  • and sharing the beautiful ingredients with the guest.

  • - So we got some white wine as suggested by the chef.

  • (glasses clinking)

  • (calm piano music)

  • Wow, I've already learned, today,

  • that wine goes delightfully with pizza.

  • Are you ready for this? I don't know if I'm ready.

  • - I'm a little apprehensive about

  • eating a pizza that might never be

  • surpassed again in my life.

  • The most expensive pizza tip touch that's ever occurred.

  • - Here we go.

  • (calm piano music)

  • - [Steven] That's an indescribable taste.

  • You've already eaten half the pizza.

  • - Yeah, I like pizza.

  • - This is the best pizza I've ever had in my entire life.

  • - If I ordered this, and this dining room were full,

  • other diners would be jealous.

  • The plate would come by, they'd all just be

  • turning their heads. What's that smell?

  • That smell is my dinner.

  • (expletive beeping)

  • - It's a once in a lifetime experience.

  • - Finally I've found a pizza that

  • makes me slow down and enjoy each bite.

  • - We did it. We slowed Andrew down.

  • - I got us some candy corn for dessert,

  • 'cause we're best friends now.

  • (laughing)

  • (surprised grunt)

  • - Which value was worth it the most?

  • - The five dollar pizza was amazing.

  • But it was a little to formulae.

  • I would go with Mozza. They've really

  • honed and perfected that craft.

  • - Spago was truly an out of body experience.

  • But that wasn't a pizza, that was

  • a truffle dish that happened to come on a pizza.

  • I will also have to go with Pizzeria Mozza.

  • That buratta cheese was a game changer.

  • - Some of the world's mysteries

  • have been brought to an end. That's kinda sad.

  • It's like I know that Santa Clause isn't real anymore.

  • - Uh.

  • (funky guitar music)

  • - You want a piece of candy corn, cleanse your palette?

  • - Do not ruin that pizza with candy corn.

  • - Open up!

  • Open up!

  • (bag crinkling)

  • (laughing)

  • Just give me one mouthful.

  • (whooshing)

  • (bag crinkling)