You know the old Dean Martin song, "When the moon hits your eye, Like a big pizza pie, that's amore.”

Well, tens of thousands of pizza lovers are experiencing plenty of love in the Bronx this weekend.

It's the 2nd Annual New York Pizza Festival hosted by the Belmont Business Improvement District.

The festival features tastings from 25 U.S. pizza makers and five Italian ones.

The festival runs throughout the weekend, along Crescent Avenue in the Belmont section of The Bronx.

The event itself is free but in order to get your slices and drinks you'll have to purchase tickets.

Pizza-only tickets are $25 for three slices or $35 bucks for 6.

Beer and wine tickets are 20 dollars for 3 drinks and 30 dollars for 5.

Bronx favorite Pugsley Pizza and Brooklyn's Di Fara Pizza are serving up samples at the festival.

Mayor de Blasio is also set to make an appearance, as well as several world-renown chefs.

30,000 people are expected to attend.

The festival benefits local New York non-profit Slice Out Hunger.