U.S. Pizza Museum Installation at The Whistler

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The U.S. Pizza Museum will display items from our permanent collection in an installation in The Whistler Storefront Gallery in Logan Square from July 18–October 2, 2016. An opening party on Wednesday, July 20 at 6pm launches the show, with free pizza from Father & Son Restaurant, while supplies last. Chicago rapper and pizza enthusiast, ShowYouSuck, will perform followed by DJ Charlie Coffeen of the band Sidewalk Chalk from 9:30pm–1am.

The installation includes over 80 items from the U.S. Pizza Museum collection, focused on pizza pop-culture accented by items representing Logan Square pizzerias including The Boiler Room, Dante’s Pizzeria, Father and Son Restaurant, Giordano’s, Reno, and the recently opened Paulie Gee’s Logan Square.

U.S. Pizza Museum Installation at The Whistler
July 18–October 2, 2016
Opening pizza party Wednesday, July 20 from 6pm–1am
The Whistler, 2421 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60647

Vintage Father and Son Restaurant Menus

Vintage Father and Son Restaurant Menus from the U.S. Pizza Museum collection.

About Father and Son Restaurant
Father and Son Restaurant, located a block away from The Whistler, will be celebrating their 70th year of business in 2017. Their Logan Square location was a Studebaker car dealership before they purchased it in 1962. Make sure you come to the opening early so you can enjoy some of their pizza on The Whistler patio.

ShowYouSuck

ShowYouSuck photo by Stefan Klapko.

About ShowYouSuck
Chicago emcee ShowYouSuck is putting his mark on the music world, one skateboarder at a time with his mad hooks, slick rhymes and thought provoking lyrics. Straight from the hood, but you’d never guess it with his board toting, fashion conscious personality and nack for 80s and 90s pop culture.

About The Whistler
The Whistler is a bar, gallery, record label, and venue that hosts live music and DJs seven nights a week. Their award-winning cocktail program features an always-changing menu of classics, contemporary favorites, and Whistler originals. Their stage hosts an eclectic mix of jazz, punk, rock, electronic, country, and soul, along with Movieoke, film screenings, literary readings, and other artistic endeavors. No cover charge. 21+ (proper ID required). Capacity 74.

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Director of Brand Strategy & UX at Freeosk, Inc. / U.S. Pizza Museum Founder / Films of the Future podcast Co-host

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