Damn Good Pizza Can Come From Anywhere
We’re giving the best, under-respected pizzas their moment. These pizzas come from great American cities like Detroit and Milwaukee, where cheese flows like champagne and caramelizes over oil-kissed crust. We pay these humble pizza styles tribute for one reason:
They taste good.
Legend has it that this style was forged by Detroit autoworkers who used deep industrial pans as cooking equipment.
Thick, pillowy crust - Light + airy on the inside - caramelized cheese around the outside - real Wisconsin brick cheese
Milwaukee is the birthplace of the classic bar pie. Because, of course it is.
Thin, cracker crust – Buttery + crispy – Loads of thick-shredded mozzarella – Begs to be cut in squares, AKA a “party cut”
Everything worth eating is covered with cheese curds and sausage.
Sweet mother of Wisconsin: this is real cheese pizza.
Deeper than high school poetry. Just as cheesy. And with way more meat.
Nothing fancy. Everything cheesy. Crowd pleasers please crowds for good reason.