NICK EICHER, HOST: New Yorkers love their pizza, but New York pizza makers like Frank Giaquinto love it even more.
GIAQUINTO: I been making pizza almost 50 years. It’s been in my family since 1899 and pizza is my life. God first, family second, pizza third. I eat pizza every day of my life.
Now the work of pizza makers like Giaquinto are set to have their own Museum of Pizza.
It’s not a permanent one. It’s more a “pop up” museum, rising like a crust and disappearing after it’s consumed.
What I mean is, the exhibit will be open for two weeks only in October.
Tickets will go for $35 and include at least one slice per visit.
The website touts an “experiential pizza adventure”: pizza-inspired rooms, like a cheese cave, a pizza art gallery, a pizza beach.
All of which probably means little more than lots of great backdrops for photos to post on Instagram.
It’s The World and Everything in It.