CAKE BOSS’ NEW PIZZA ATM VENDING MACHINE OFFERS $10 SLICES
The Cake Boss, whose real name is Buddy Valastro, is a renowned Italian baker known for his reality TV show Cake Boss. Valastro runs Carlo’s Bakery, a family-owned bakery in Hoboken, New Jersey, and Pizza Cake, a pizza restaurant in Las Vegas.
Valastro recently unveiled two pizza vending machines at the Linq Hotel in Las Vegas, according to Vital Vegas. The machines are meant to provide fresh, hot, or cold pizzas and offers three varieties: cheese, italiano, and pepperoni.
The Las Vegas blogger posted her review of the pizza ATM on TikTok (@lasvegasblogger), where it garnered more than 280,000 views in less than a day. She says the concept of the vending machines was “innovative” and admits that she had high expectations—because the pizza was $10 per slice and it was a “Cake Boss” product.
However, the pizza was a disappointment for the blogger. In her video, she shows the slice of pizza she received from the machine and says it was “dry and thick.” She describes the pizza as “a ginormous, super dry dough with two slices of cheese.”