Boston Pizza Released A New Christmas Pizza With A Box That Plays Holiday Music
It's like a choir delivering your pizza.
The holiday season is fast approaching and with this most magical season comes a new holiday wave of foods. There's one pizza place that wants to get you really into the holiday spirit. They've launched a new special menu for the next few weeks and Boston Pizza's Christmas pizza can sing you a carol when you order it.
This offer is valid at locations across Canada and it's going to surprise and delight those lucky few who get a magical singing box.
The new food option is available until December 29 and is topped with all the fixings you'd expect at your average Christmas dinner.
Topped with cranberry sauce, gravy, turkey and, of course, cheese — it's a unique twist on your favourite flavours of Christmas served on a pizza.
It comes in four different sizes, 8 inches, 10 inches, 13 inches or 15 inches and costs between $13.99 and $32.99.
Plus, you'll get a Toblerone bar for dessert to satisfy your sweet tooth.
It's not just the crazy Christmas flavour that you'll get when you order. You could be one of the lucky ones who's pizza will arrive in a singing box.
These boxes will be randomly distributed and they will work just like a birthday card that sings a tune. The restaurant chain calls it their "Caroling Pizza Box" and it's equal parts cute and annoying depending on who you ask.
The ad that was released to announce the new food item has an absolutely hilarious parody of the classic "Carol of the Bells" song.
All the lyrics were changed so the song goes, "Christmas Pizza, Boston Pizza, This is an ad, For a pizza, Cranberry Sauce, Gravy on top, Turkey as well..."
The song is also available on Spotify so it'll be a fun addition to any holiday playlists you have planned.
The new menu has a few new special additions that are perfect for the holidays. New dishes just for the season include Christmas poutine and Cranberry BBQ Ribs.
It's the perfect treat for any pizza-lovers who want a new way to celebrate the holidays.