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Grew up in Saginaw but my dad worked in bay city for 20 years and I've eaten BC hundreds of times. Un Friggin believable.
Tried it once after the rave reviews on this board, threw away 1/2 the pizza. A pizza loaded with extra cheese is not always a good thing.
Uccello's in Grand Rapids - Try the meat lovers style pie, coincidently called the Uccello.
Your right its awesome and comes with the anscillary benefit of being down the street from the strippy
I would recommend PJs pizza on 52nd street in kentwood to GR folks on this board
There's one not too far from me. Is their specialty round or square?
Cellar 849 in Plymouth and Mani Osteria in Ann Arbor.
Louie Tourteau should go down in Detroit food history as the real "Pizza Man". Louie was responsible for Buddy's success in the 1950's-1960's when his uncle bought the place from Gus Guerra (later of Cloverleaf fame). Before Louie opened his place on Dequindre, he turned Shield's from a typical Detroit corner bar on Davison & Shields into a competitor with Buddy's.
forget the pizza: were you really Duffy's Caddy?
Now, Green Lantern has a location on 15 Mile Rd. (West of Utica Rd.) in Clinton Township. It will be interesting how they do there.
Some co-workers living out that way have said they have seen lines out the door. Maybe those are just due to the novelty of having good pizza in the area.
Just looked at Green Latrines website. I was unaware they opened another location, in RO
I live down the street from it and have ordered a couple times since they opened. We now have 3 good places within a couple miles of me. A couple years ago when O put up the original post we had none. The only downfall I can see for Green Lantern is the service is average at best
Square deep dish. I usually get the 3 topping, double pepperoni and sausage. 2 cups of ranch.
Fatty I know lol.
RE: what I get at Benitos
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I have eaten here a few times and my best advice would be to stay away. First, the pizza is way too expensive. I almost left after placing my order when the unkempt hispanic guy behind the counter told me how much my slices were going to run me. The slices were covered with grease. I dropped half a slice on the floor by accident and I refused to pick it up and throw it away. If they're going to make them that greasy, then they're going to be have to be there to clean it up off the floor when it becomes impossible to hold onto.
Do you know if their round is any good?
I loved Zaa Pizza in Rochester Hills but it somehow went out of business about a year ago. Great pizza, fresh toppings. $5 buffet which included a nice salad bar. Still angry that it had to close.
I've never tried it. Deep dish is definitely good though.
Wow, thank you to those who recommended Klavon's in Jackson.
We loved it.
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Apparently I posted in this thread 2 years ago. Pizza House is still my fave. Boomer's in New Hudson will always be a fave (my aunt & uncle own it). We also go to Pizza Cutter in Northville a lot--their whole wheat crust is yummy. And I like Bilbo's when I'm in Kzoo.
Someone mentioned Tony Sacco's in Novi--I wasn't really that impressed the one time I had it. And to whoever mentioned Dolly's: the actual Dolly came to my family's garage sale once (we lived in Walled Lake at the time, just down Pontiac Trail from their Novi/Walled Lake store). She was pretty cool!
I'm pretty sure pizza is the perfect food. I don't think I could ever get tired of it.
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Never liked Zaa too much, but Antoniou's Town Square Pizza in Rochester is my personal favorite in that area.
The Doctor is in:
Doyle's in Plymouth
Palermo's in Canton
Fricano's in Grand Haven (thin crust). Been a couple of years since Ive been out there so I have no idea if they are still open.
they're still open and as greasy and delicious as evar.
Yes - love that place!
Finally had Jets for probably the first time since High School. Just a basic square pepperoni but damn good... might be sold on it.
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