Beautiful Pizza-Topped Lattes Will Make You Hungry For Your Next Coffee


A majority of my diet right now consists of two things: pizza and coffee.

Can you blame me, though? I'm a twenty-something with a restricted budget living in New York City, aka, the latte and pizza pie capital of the country.

I'm surrounded by beautiful cafes and historic pizza joints on the reg, and you better believe I'm going to take advantage of them.

Luckily, it looks like my favorite food and beverage just combined into one incredibly appealing pizza-topped latte.

You read that correctly: A PIZZA-TOPPED LATTE.

Someone pinch me, because I think I'm dreaming.

The latte art company called Baristart created the delicious-looking beverage, and I need to try it ASAP.

However, I'm going to assume the latte doesn't taste like pizza, but that's perfectly fine. I'm not so sure I'd want a cheesy, sauce-filled cup o' joe, anyway.

Either way, it's the most beautiful latte I've ever seen.


The foam on top of the pizza latte is tan with red "pepperoni" circles that drips off the top of the latte like a melted slice of pizza, and it's making me insanely hungry (and thirsty).

The company even made the pizza latte without the pop of color for anyone "classic" enough to enjoy a latte that looks like a slice of pizza.


Breathtaking, I tell you. These baristas are true ARTISTS.

These lattes aren't the only incredible representation of coffee art by the company.

In fact, their Instagram page is full of lattes with various "drawings" that'll make you feel caffeinated in a whole new way.

This egg latte would pair perfectly with a Sunday afternoon brunch.


The taco latte is perfect for anyone craving a caffeine buzz and a burrito.


If you like your coffee with a side of fruit, check out the pineapple latte.


Last, but certainly not least, take a sip out of the Salt Bae latte.

He's making us thirsty.


Salt Bae makes everything better -- even lattes.

Still, the pizza latte is by far my favorite of the batch.

Citations: Is This the Most Beautiful Latte You've Ever Seen? (The Kitchn)