Thank the gods (mostly Dionysus)!
Brazil has Domino’s Pizza (quite possibly the best pizza money can buy).
I was recently compelled to order two gigante pizzas from Brazil Domino’s to satiate my appetite for delicious greasy wholesomeness. However, you will all be very sad to learn that the new and improved Domino’s pizza from the US has yet to make its way down to South America (yes, that means no garlic crust).
Additionally, these two pizzas ran a total of R$75 (correct, the 5-5-5 and even the 15-15-15 deals also have yet to infiltrate Brazil’s borders), but that was alright because we also received a free two-liter soda with each pizza (thanks for nothing Domino’s Brazil).
Oh, and lastly, if you are wondering how big these “gigante” pizzas are (the largest available, imagine a standard medium Domino’s pizza from the US (yes, I am assuming all of you have eaten one of these, and if you have not, then you know what you are having for dinner) and grow that eight slice pizza by about 20% – HUZAA! Gigante size.
I think we may have a problem.
In short: too expensive, not too good, go eat a coxinha.
And yes, I used my hands to eat it despite what I learned on my date.