Available starting on March 19 at the Anaheim location, this personal pie is loaded with more than TWO HEADS of garlic, including both minced garlic AND roasted cloves. The flavor profile is rounded out with spicy tomato sauce, caramelized onion and mozzarella. For those who can't handle the funk, you can order the pizza 'Regular Stinky' to omit the additional garlic cloves on top.

"Anaheim's culinary scene continues to serve up Instagram-worthy experiences, and creating this one-of-a-kind pizza hotel package with our partners presents guests with ample opportunity to get that double tap," says Charles Harris, Senior Vice President of Marketing, Visit Anaheim.

The FOODBEAST pizza is part of a greater hotel package available at The Anaheim Hotel, which includes a one-night stay at the hotel, one 'Stinky FOODBEAST' Pizza, one pizza of the diner's choice, and two root beer floats, starting at $149. If you want to enjoy it like a FOODBEAST, order your meal to be delivered poolside, as The Anaheim Hotel has the only Olympic-sized swimming pool in Anaheim.

"When I was first approached by FOODBEAST and Visit Anaheim about the 'Stinky Pizza,' I had serious doubts when I saw it on paper," said Dara Maleki, founder & CEO of The Pizza Press. "But the unprecedented amount of garlic on this pizza will surprisingly have you coming back for more."

The Pizza Press also worked with beer connoisseurs Beer Savage to pair the pie with Beach Grease Beer Company's 'Surf Zombie Hazy IPA,' which lends its flavor nicely to the pie and helps mitigate some of the heat from the garlic. This beer will be available on tap for a limited time at the Anaheim location of The Pizza Press.

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About FOODBEAST
FOODBEAST Inc. is an independently-owned national publication, publisher agency, influencer network, and experiential activation company based in Santa Ana, California. Inspired by the lack of a millennial-driven voice in the food & beverage media landscape, FOODBEAST was founded in 2008 to report on food in an unpretentious way. FOODBEAST reaches over 50mm+ monthly users across FOODBEAST.com & affiliated social platforms, and has garnered widespread attention for its national campaigns with Taco Bell, Coca-Cola, Hormel, Kellogg's and more.