When you pay in advance for tickets to a food festival, you expect an event that serves large quantities of said food, right? Yet people who bought tickets to pizza and burger festivals held in Brooklyn on Saturday found tiny and cold slices of pizza, warm drinks, and a long wait before they could even get to that subpar food. …
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By Samantha Scelzo - Friday Aug 11, 2017
Maybe all the fame got to be too much for our beloved Pizza Rat because we haven't heard much from him lately. We hope he's OK.
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- The 'Fyre Festival of pizza' was so bad it's under investigation
By Rachel Kraus - Wednesday Sep 13, 2017
If there's one thing New Yorkers take seriously, it's pizza. Which is why it makes total sense that the New York attorney general has reportedly opened an inquiry into a possibly criminally shitty pizza festival.
As a result of social media complaints about the disparity between what was promised by the event, and the pizza-lacking disaster that materialized, WNYC reports that the office of New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has "opened an inquiry" into the event. Read more...More about Pizza, Fyre Festival, Consumer Fraud, Culture, and Web Culture
- No Justice, No Pizza: AG's Office Opens Inquiry Into NYC Festival
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Pizza-hungry New Yorkers are fuming after shelling out $75 for tickets to a pizza festival where attendees claimed they only got slivers of cold pizza slices at a "shady" Brooklyn parking lot — and now state prosecutors are opening an inquiry into the event.