Kendall Bruns and Alan Metoskie discuss Loverboy (1989).
Does pineapple have a place on pizza? Are Bagel Bites pizza at all? Join us at the U.S. Pizza Museum to watch and vote as professional comedians debate these and other contentious topping topics in our live taping of the nationally-acclaimed Arguments and Grievances podcast.
We’re excited to announce our first events at the U.S. Pizza Museum at the Roosevelt Collection. In addition to our exhibits, we want the U.S. Pizza Museum to be a gathering place to dive deeper into all kinds of pizza topics, from demos and conversations to live comedy events all themed around America’s favorite food.
U.S. Pizza Museum Founder and Director, Kendall Bruns will be the Keynote Speaker at Pizza Camp 2018: The Final Slice at the Baker Near-Wilderness Settlement in Maple Plain, MN on July 7th–8th, 2018. Presented by the MPLS Pizza Club, Pizza Camp is an all-inclusive immersive […]
Nameless Network is creating The Museum of Pizza (no affiliation with the U.S. Pizza Museum) popup in NYC from October 13–28, 2018. The organizers promise, “A place to take amazing photos and absorb every wonder of our larger-than-life, immersive installations. A space to bask in […]
The U.S. Pizza Museum will be presenting a GreenBox Pizza Box Art Contest as part of the 3rd Annual Chicago Pizza Summit at Thalia Hall on Sunday, April 22, 2018. Compete in each sold out session for a chance to win prizes from: Chicago Pizza Tours Coalfire […]
On Wednesday, April 4, 2018, pizza lovers gathered at Paulie Gee’s Logan Square to draw on GreenBox pizza boxes in a competition for prizes from Galerie F and tickets to the sold out 3rd Annual Chicago Pizza Summit presented by Old Style Beer and Empty […]