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Posted by Roy on 12/20/2014
Annoying pizza names, poor service, expensive and bland. Museum is cool though, and the ice cream next door is tasty.
Posted by Darnell on 12/19/2014
First off, skip the place for food, the pizza is embarrassing with its awful crust, spoiled sauce, and foolish names. The museum part is interesting once. Once. Another review said its a bunch of kids trying to make pizza and doing a bad job at it...that's exactly what it is. The place makes sense if you met the guys who run it, very nice, but immature and a joke (the owner named his kid "Waldo mysterious"..cruel and unusual..sort of like the pizza, and the refusal to take cards despite using iPads for checking out. Good intentions but awful execution.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/09/2014
Bad service, under cooked and expensive! wow i would never go back
Posted by Anonymous on 05/13/2014
Posted by Peruvian Peter on 11/09/2013
This place is really neat. The pizza is okay, you can tell it is just some inexperienced kids trying to make gourmet pizza but they don't know how. It is a great concept though and the pizza isn't bad, but it could be executed a little better.
Posted by Fango on 08/13/2013
I want this place to be terrific but the pizza was over priced and soggy.
Posted by mr. smidgens on 10/19/2012
I've been to Pizza Brain now a few times. Everything about this place is unique. It's the world's first pizza museum and there is pizza memorabilia creatively displayed throughout the shop. It's just a really cool, inspiring place. The pizza is outstanding! Super fresh ingredients creatively combined and served on an amazing crust. This is definitely one of the finest pizza places in Philly. My faves are the Forbes Waggensense- hands down the greatest pepperoni slice I've had in a while- and the Charlie Mayfer. This is a seasonal pizza with sliced apples, sweet potatoes, brown sugar and pie spices. It wasn't too sweet, but it felt like a dessert pizza. The pies are made in a gas oven, but at a high heat so they sometimes come out charred. This is cool with me becuase this is more of a classic pizza taste. There is a difference between charred and burned. Charring actually brings out the taste of the tomato sauce. But I understand that it might not be for everybody so be sure to ask for a not so well-done pie if your taste buds are finicky. The service is super friendly. The staff seem to go out of their way to make you feel welcome. They don't have red pepper flakes or oregano. But trust me the pies have plenty of perfectly balanced seasoning. They really are serving gourmet meals on the pies. Bottomline- do not miss this spot if your are anywhere near Northern Liberties/Fishtown/East Kensington!