Dimo’s Pizza Box

Dimo's Pizza Box Dimo's Pizza Chicago, IL, circa 2015 10.875 in. x 11.375 in. x 2.125 in. U.S. Pizza Museum Collection Acquisition Date: 07/24/2015 ID: USPM0170 Dimo's Pizza has two locations in Chicago, one in Wrigleyville and the other at "Six Corners" in Wicker Park. Besides pizza they champion three community causes: education, the arts, and bicycle... Continue Reading →

LaRosa’s Cincinnati Reds Pizza Box

LaRosa's Cincinnati Reds Pizza Box LaRosa's Pizzeria Cincinnati, OH, circa 2015 15.3125 in. x 15.125 in. x 2 in. U.S. Pizza Museum Collection Acquisition Date: 07/21/2015 ID: USPM0161 Buddy LaRosa, the son of a Sicilian immigrant, opened a pizzeria called Papa Gino's on Boudinot Ave on the west side of Cincinnati in 1954 with partners Richard Minella,... Continue Reading →

Imo’s Pizza Box

Imo's Pizza Box Imo's Pizza St. Louis, MO, circa 2015 10 in. x 10.8125 in. x 1.875 in. U.S. Pizza Museum Collection Acquisition Date: 07/18/2015 ID: USPM0159 St. Louis style pizza is known for it's cracker thin crust and gooey provel cheese. http://imospizza.com

Black Sheep Coal Fired Pizza Box

Black Sheep Coal Fired Pizza Box Black Sheep Coal Fired Pizza Minneapolis, MN, circa 2015 10.875 in. x 10.875 in. x 2.125 in. U.S. Pizza Museum Collection Acquisition Date: 06/01/2015 ID: USPM0096 blacksheeppizza.com

Modern Apizza Pizza Box

Modern Apizza Pizza Box Modern Apizza New Haven, CT, circa 2013 12 in. x 12 in. x 2 in. U.S. Pizza Museum Collection Acquisition Date: 07/06/2013 ID: USPM0055

Frank Pepe Pizza Box

Frank Pepe Pizza Box Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana New Haven, CT, circa 2013 10 in. x 10 in. x 2 in. U.S. Pizza Museum Collection Acquisition Date: 07/04/2013 ID: USPM0048 When Frank Pepe opened his coal-fired brick oven pizzeria in 1925 he introduced his distinct tomato pie, with its elegant simplicity and thin, oblong crust. Close proximity to... Continue Reading →

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