At this counter restaurant, six varieties of pizza are served, instructors demonstrate pizza-making and the customers are encouraged to try their own hand at tossing those whirling disks of dough in the air. Decorated with displays of cheese, tomatoes and other pizza ingredients, the counter also sells soft drinks and beer.

It's hard to believe today, but back in 1964 pizza restaurants were not very common, except perhaps in some large cities. Pizza proved to be a popular food at the Fair, and one can only wonder how much that helped it gain in acceptance.


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