This pizza is more then just picture perfect. It's hands down the best pizza I've ever hadAlex A
Love the staff. Love the atmosphere! Love love love the food Especially the pizza crust.Jen B
So yummy! And filling - a small fed my husband and me. Although we could have eaten more. Although it looks like deep dish - it's surprisingly light and airy with really fresh toppings.Sarah L
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(8×10) | (10×14)
“IT’S NOT GOOD, IT’S GRAPE”
‘Nduja, Grape, Rosemary, Calabrian Chili, Fennel Herbed Cream, Arugula
19 | 31
Sauce, Cheese, Pepperoni, Sicilian Oregano, Basil
16 | 27
Sauce, Cheese, Venetian Meats Crispy Pepperoni, Sicilian Oregano, Basil
Cheese Blend, Fresh Chorizo, Roasted Jalaepenos, Lime Pickled Onions, Sauce, Cilantro Sour Cream, Fresh Cilantroil
17 | 29
Mozaa/Naturally Smoked Caciocavallo, Calabrian Chilis, Basil, Mikes Hot Honey
18 | 30
Cheese Blend, Slow-Roasted Garlic Cremini Mushrooms, Double Smoked Bacon, Caramelized Onions, Lemon Zest, Fresh Thyme, Grana Padano, White Truffle Sauce
18 | 30
Our Pepperoni Pizza with Diablo Fuego hot sauce & House made ranch
18 | 30
THE GOOD OLD DAYS
Marinated Roasted Red Peppers, House Made Fennel Sausage, Shaved Red Onion, Sauce, Basil Aioli, Grana Padano
17 | 29
WHAT IS DETROIT STYLE PIZZA?
One of the first things pizza lovers notice is that Detroit-style pizza is square in shape. This is because in true Motor City fashion, authentic Detroit-style pizza is baked in square, blue steel automotive parts pans. Traditionally, deck ovens are used for baking.
IT’S UPSIDE DOWN
Detroit-style pizza is often referred to as upside-down pizza or red top pizza because the sauce is on top.
CHECK OUT WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT DESCENDANT DETROIT STYLE PIZZA.
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