Pizzeria apologizes for 9/11-themed slice, but the Internet still can't get the taste out of its mouth.
One New York City pizzeria chain is getting a lot of heat after it served up a poorly-named deep dish pizza to its customers. On Saturday, The Gothamist reports that Bravo Pizza—located in the Flatiron district—named one of its pies “Ground Zero Deep Dish.”
According to UPROXX, Bravo is undergoing a rebranding phase, and it will soon be called Big Slice New York. Thus, the pizzeria has been renaming various pies after prominent New York City landmarks and regions like “Empire State Buffalo Chicken” and “SoHo BBQ Chicken.” That's a fun idea, sure, but it probably doesn't mean there should be a Ground Zero pizza.