Pizza in the United States is deeply embedded into the nation’s culinary consciousness, from thin crust in New York to wood fired in San Francisco, and of course, no where more fervently than Chicago, from it’s iconic deep-dish to more recent Neapolitan incarnations.
Join U.S. Pizza Museum Founder, Kendall Bruns for a conversation with Dave Bonomi (Coalfire), Derrick Tung (Paulie Gee’s Logan Square), John Munao and Jerry Petrow (Burt’s Place), and Jon Porter (Chicago Pizza Tours) for stories on the lineage and state of Chicago pizza today.
Taste Talks: Pizza Icons Converge: Stories, History and Pies
October 1, 2016, 4–4:45pm
Morgan’s on Fulton, 950 W Fulton St, Chicago, IL 60607
Presented as part of Taste Talks Chicago
About Taste Talks
Taste Talks is a publication and national series of festivals celebrating the intersection of taste and culture through symposia, tastings, dinners and parties. Taste Talks brings together thought leaders and luminaries from around the world together with everyday food enthusiasts to engage in great conversation, amazing food and one-of-a-kind experiences.
I want to know where the pizza in the picture is from – it looks AWESOME!
That’s a “Paulie’s Prohibited Logan Square” from Paulie Gee’s. They’re only available in limited quantities on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Sundays. The toppings change every month.