Thursday night I had the pleasure of attending the pizza-themed Cheryl dance party mentioned early last week on Slice.
The Royale in Park Slope was decked out in pizza-parlor regalia with red-and-white checked tablecloths, construction-paper pizza slices, and paper plates on the wall. There was no shortage of fantastic homemade pizza-themed costumes. Attendees came dressed as various toppings: pepperoni, olives, peppers, tomatoes, broccoli. There was even someone dressed as salmon. And one guest came dressed as Kristy Lynn Hammonds, one of the recently fired Domino's miscreants of YouTube fame.
The evening's most popular snack accessories were edible pizza necklaces, thoughtfully provided by Cheryls. Also spotted were cheese graters and pizza wheel necklaces. When it came time for the Cheryls to perform their signature choreographed dance, The Cheryl, they emerged from behind a wall of empty pizza boxes, dressed as cheese, sauce, and crust.
Pizza Cheryl was definitely the most delicious dance party I've been to in a while. Hopefully there will be more food-themed Cheryls in the future. Cheryl burger anyone?