For those of you who are tuning in from Rome, you might be able to get freshly baked hot pizza from a vending machine.
Buyers can choose from four different kinds of pizzas, baked in and delivered from a bright red vending machine in just three minutes.
The machine can work 24/7 with pizzas costing from five to seven U.S. dollars each.
When a customer places an order, the machine shows the pizza being cooked behind its small glass window,creating new way to enjoy pizza.
"It's hard to resemble the true tradition, but the effort is fun, I think it'll have a good return, in my opinion, more because of the curiosity than anything else."
Although the machine has drawn some lackluster reviews in Rome, ranging from "acceptable if you're in a hurry" to outright horror,some are calling it evolution.
Others are saying it's an added service for people who need food at night and who want a cheap, quick option.