We weren’t sure what would happen when elite street-wear brand, Young & Reckless, and its MTV figurehead CEO Drama, made plans to take over a Los Angeles PizzaRev. Hot Models? Crazy Pizzas? Food Apparel?
Yes, in reckless amounts and abandon. But let me tell you about these pizzas.
The Young & Reckless Pizza
The Young & Reckless Pizza: Signature dough, pink sauce, mozzarella cheese, ricotta cheese, Canadian bacon, sweet fennel sausage, pepperoni, meatballs, sun-dried tomatoes, basil, arugula, fennel seeds, fresh garlic, red onion and olive oil drizzle. The most well balanced speciality/promo pizza of the bunch. Well thought out, and outlandishly delish.
The “Foodbeast” Pizza
The FOODBEAST: We had never ordered a pizza from a build-your-own location with ALL THE MEATS. So that’s what we did. Pepperoni, multiple types of sausage, chicken, pulled pork, ham, Canadian bacon and any other protein they had that came from an animal. OK, you got me. I’ll be honest. We didn’t include anchovies because we don’t like them and we’re non-committal.
Drama’s Pizza: Signature dough, pink sauce, mozzarella cheese, spicy pepperoni, italian sausage, pineapple, pepperoncini, and finished with basil pesto. The shirt featured was exclusive to the event, but if you’re into pizza socks (and who isn’t), they’re available for $10 here. Oh and who’s the hot girl on the shirt? Meet Naressa Valdez. She’s got pizza in her instagram handle, so I’ve made an executive decision that this is food related.
Reckless Girls Pizza
Reckless Girls Pizza: Signature dough, BBQ sauce, mozzarella, onion, chicken, crispy bacon and pineapple. I was ecstatic that the pizza from Reckless Girls wasn’t gluten free, vegetarian, pescatarian, or any other erroneous pizza type. And hey, it actually featured multiple proteins.
Make sure to follow @foodbeast and @yngandreckless for all of our combined debaucherous shenanigans. Since it’s fair season, you should probably watch that one time our crews combined to eat everything at the OC Fair: