Topping options like smoked Gouda and Caribbean jerk sauce make this an unconventional slice.
This restaurant serves some of the best home-style, thin-crust pizzas in town with a personal touch.
Whether sweet or savory, the pies emphasize house-made ingredients and imaginative flavor combinations. The desserts are enormous, so don’t shoulder the burden alone.
This friends-and-family joint on Burnet Road makes it easy to settle into a friendly din and dig in to some good, cheesy comfort food. Proprietary brews plus an impressive roster of other microbreweries await you here.
The sister restaurant to Apis restaurant & Apiary features hand-milled sourdough bread, considered salads, and wood-fired pizza made from locally sourced and sustainable ingredients.
Handcrafted pizza pies, sandwiches, and salads inspired by the Greek gods (and the mere mortals they played with). Vegan cheese and gluten-free crust available.
A large selection of salads and pasta dishes makes the cornmeal-cardboard pizza crust less of a heartbreaker here.
Clams Casino, shrimp scampi, and Capellini in Pink Sauce are just a few of the treats waiting here for you.
Located at Star Bar, this trailer's Detroit-style deep-dish is a good way to soak up the booze, but Via's rightly famous pizza stands on its own.
This brick-and-mortar just down the street from where the site of the original trailer offers the Detroit-style square pizza they're famous for, along with thin-crust round pies, salads, a full bar, and more.
From your basic deep-dish pepperoni (the Detroiter) to an upscale fig-prosciutto-balsamic (the Cadillac) or a thin-crust clam pie, you can't go wrong with Via. Pair your pizza with a Faygo, cocktail, or draft beer.
This is the perfect place to grab a genuine, thin-crust New York style pizza to carry out. This is the foldable, bubbles in the crust pizza that puts you right on a wintery Manhattan sidewalk.
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