Coppola’s Pizzeria in Erie, Pennsylvania had to stop taking orders for the shop’s special buffalo-shaped pizzas around 9 p.m. Friday night as Buffalo Bills fans started to overwhelm the business with orders. The buffalo-shaped pizzas, starting at $20, aren’t as simple to make as a normal pie which has resulted in Coppola’s pulling the plug on orders.
“Our ovens can only cook so fast and there is a specific process to make this pizza as good as the rest!!” the shop announced on Facebook. “We can still make you a killer party pizza!! Go Bills!!”
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Pizza, wings, ranch, Blue Lights and folding tables will be in high demand before kickoff from fans who won’t be among the 6,700 in attendance for the 1:05 kickoff against the Colts. Erie County (NY) dictator Mark Poloncarz has spent the last six months threatening Bills fans who try to tailgate at lots around Ralph Wilson Stadium. He’s also threatened lot owners with license revocation if they don’t play ball with the county.
BUFFALO BILLS PIZZA 🍕 🏈 starting at $20.00 LETS GO BUFFALO!!!! Let’s clinch!!!!