Pizza Brain, the World's First / Largest Pizza Museum and restaurant that opened last month here in Philadelphia, is kicking it up a notch with the "Frankford Avenue Taco" ($5) that consists of a slice of cheese pizza topped with a big scoop of pizza-flavored ice cream from the restaurant's conjoined Little Baby's Ice Cream counter.
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Pizza Brain, Philadelphia's combination art project, restaurant, and Guinness—certified largest collection of pizza memorabilia in the world that we first told you about last year is gearing up to open this summer. Renovations at Pizza Brain HQ in Fishtown—a big space with plenty of room for arcade games, seating, and even a back yard—are running smoothly and they're looking to open around June.
If all goes according to plan, business partners Brian "Brain" Dwyer and Joe Hunter will be opening an awesome-sounding venture called Pizza Brain later this year. Dwyer, who organized a pizza-themed art show last May, apparently owns a crapload of pizza memorabilia, which will find a home in the new pizzeria.