My daughter and I took a road trip to Philadelphia to go to the 9th St. Italian Market and also to visit the Pizza Brain Museum since it was supposed to be such a nice day. We left this morning about 9:00 am so we could look around 9th St. Italian Market first for awhile. I knew Pizza Brain wouldnít be serving pizzas until 5:00 pm, and knew we wouldnít be staying in Phila. that long, but Pizza Brain was supposed to open the Pizza Brain Museum at 11:00 am. When we got to the Pizza Brain Museum it had a sign on the door that said, Contrary to our posted hours below we will wonít be opening until 5:00 pm today, sorry for any inconvenience. I thought darn, but looked inside. I saw one man inside and decided to just take a few pictures outside. A lady walked inside the Pizza Brain Museum and I then decided to wave my hand to see if I could take a few pictures inside. The gentlemen were kind enough to let me take some pictures inside and even turned on the lights for me. The gentlemen told me I could come back at 5:00 pm when they opened and I told them I wouldnít be in Phila. for that long.
I talked to the man behind the pizza prep area and he was getting ingredients ready for the pizzas. I then talked to all of the guys that were inside Pizza Brain and they all sure a great bunch of guys and seemed like a lot of fun. They are aware of pizzamaking.com and said this forum helped them with their pizzas. They said Scott Weiner was there for Pizza Brain opening night.
I didnít get a lot of pictures because I didnít want to bother them too much. I thought what I saw was really interesting. I am sorry, but some of my pictures are blurry. I thought it was interesting how the floor had some cut-outs with pizza related things inside the cases in the floor.
I wished the guys at Pizza Brain the best of luck and said I will come back again when they are in full operation. I canít wait to try their pizzas.
The pictures start with when we left 9th St. Italian Market. It only took about 15-20 minutes to get to Pizza Brain from the 9th St. Italian Market.
I also took some pictures when leaving Philadelphia of the buildings and of one glass building. The glass building looked so neat with the clouds reflecting in the glass. I am not sure of what the glass building is called.