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6 Pizza Spots in Detroit to Deep Dish Into

“Red” and “White” Pizzas and Everything in Between at These 6 Pizza Places in Detroit

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Detroit pizza is a literal slice of the lively culture throughout the city. If you’re in downtown Detroit for an event or just or just driving through the area, grab some quick pizza for lunch or taste test several with family.  There are so many other pizzerias besides Buddy’s that making a name for themselves now. Remember the recent wave of national places spiking on the Detroit pizza game?

Speaking of now, November is the time to eat out because soon we’ll be doing lots of home cooking. And carry-out is almost always an option. Detroitisit dove into the most delicious pizza places in Detroit serving up their own slice of what good pizza should taste like.

 

PIZZA PAPALIS

Italian pizza

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A quick walk from Downtown Detroit, Pizza Papalis is the perfect pizza place for a filling plate of gooey cheese.  Watch the dough be tossed right in front of you. Papalis gourmet deep dish is topped with fresh spinach, chicken breast, black olives, garlic, and feta, or go for a thin crust pizza and add on some seafood toppings like shrimp and Krabmeat. The only dilemma is which is better, the deep dish or thin crust? Also, check out the New Center location on Woodward Ave.

 

BUDDY’S PIZZA

square pizza

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17125 Conant St, Detroit, MI

Next is an iconic Detroit restaurant gone corporate all across the country. Do I even need to say Buddy’s? After all, it’s one of the most famous pizzerias in Detroit. It’s a special treat when you’re dining at the original Conant Street bar. Buddy’s knows how to expand their topping options while still making their classic square pies just as enticing. Online ordering is available.

 

 

AMAR PIZZA

Pizza goers should try Amar Pizza for a Bangladesh-influenced takeout pizza among their other flavorful Bangladesh cuisine. House-made American flavors swirl with eastern seasonings in each of their quality pizza dishes including tandoori chicken pizzas and dried fish. If you’re feeling venturous or already a loyal local customer, the Ghost Pizza is sure to give you that extra spice. The pizza is topped with chicken, red onion, cilantro, and of course, a sweat-inducing ghost pepper sauce.

 

SUPINO PIZZERIA

2457 Russell Street Detroit

Take home a pepperoni pizza and sausage pizza pie or dine in for lunch to experience the entertaining atmosphere with an array of drink options. The traditional pizza in town is a confident high-ranking competitor on this list of best pizzerias in Detroit. If you’re not a huge fan of deep dishes, Supino’s is the way to go. Their menu is divided into “red” and white” pizzas with the perfect balance of classic and modern style pizzas. Enjoy the Margherita or surprise your taste buds with the City Wing Thing, which consists of red sauce, smoked chicken, smoked gouda, banana pepper, roasted garlic, and fresh mozzarella.

PIE-SCI

5163 Trumbull St, Detroit

A quick perusing of Detroit’s pizza laboratory Pie-Sci’s website proves how unconventional their pizzas are. Not to mention, they all have great names. Seasonal menus keep the customers checking back in for new options. Some pizzas are just too tough on the dough, but every bite of Pie-Sci dough is soft and spongy. Colorful vegan and vegetarian options featured such as tofu bacon, grilled tempeh, seasoned black beans, and vegan adobo sour cream drizzle. Order curb-side pickup and save the outdoor patio for the warmer months.

 

OTTAVIA VIA

1400 Michigan Ave, Corktown

True Italian pizzas aren’t just mozzarella cheese or pepperoni. Pizzas at Ottava Via are crafted with pepperoncini and aged-cheeses like pecorino. Choose something on their Rosso menu like the Rucolina. Perhaps you’re the “Bianco” menu sounds more about, the Italian may be the melting goodness you’re in the mood for.

 

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