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Ottava Via offers cozy interiors with round tables, oval-shaped lamps hanging from a reddish-brown ceiling and a red brick wall in front of the kitchen. It is popular for its Neapolitan Pizza prepared in a stone oven, Italian antipasti and pasta. Typical items on its menu include Caprese Salad served with mozzarella cheese, the classic Porchetta, Tuscan Braised Short Rib and Rucolinia Pizza. Try their Mushroom Pasta soaked in Truffle oil and you won't be disappointed with its rich textures and flavors. This restaurant is a great place for gourmets to enjoy a traditional Italian meal without breaking the bank.
Supino Pizzeria in Detroit's Eastern Market is some of the city's favorite pizza, and has even won several "Best Pizza" awards in the Metro Detroit area. The menu consists mainly of pizzas divided into two categories: red and white. Classic combinations like the Quattro Formaggio (four cheese) and Margherita mix with modern ones like the City Wing Thing with smoked turkey, smoked Gouda, chevre, feta and parsley to form a well rounded pizza menu. Customers can also choose to create their own pizza from a selection of toppings. Pies are available in 12 inch or 18 inch sizes as well as slices. To round out the menu they also have a house salad, house lasagna and cannolis.
Looking for a late night slice, and quick? Look no further than Sgt. Pepperoni's at the Garden Bowl. This quick-service joint in the historic bowling alley is a favorite of Detroiters when looking for tasty pizza and sandwiches until the wee hours. Whether you're craving a plain cheese slice, calzone or an Italian Sub, you'll find it at Sgt. Pepperoni's.
Amar Pizza isn't any ordinary, average pizzeria and neither are its pizzas. Having been featured on Travel Channel's "Bizarre Foods," you can be sure that whatever you order will be out of the ordinary. While you can get the more traditional toppings and combinations, it would be a shame to miss out of the Amar originals. Creative pizzas range from the Gyro Pizza topped with gyro meat, tomatoes, onions and cucumber sauce, to the Tandoori Pizza with tandoori chicken breast, cheese, red onion and special tandoori sauce to the super adventurous Dry Fish Pizza with dried shrimp, roasted garlic, onions, cilantro and spicy fish paste sauce. If you love spice, make sure you try the Ghost Pepper Pizza topped with the spiciest peppers in the world.
A Detroit tradition, Buddy's Pizzeria has grown from a little-known bar and pizza joint to an institution. There are now Buddy's outlets in multiple suburbs, but the authentic experience is at the original, crowded, multi-roomed eatery. Buddy's was the first spot in Detroit to offer square pizzas, in 1946. The pizza is thick and the filling comes with plenty of cheese and sauce, and it is repeatedly voted the best in Detroit in local surveys. Salads, pastas, burgers, sandwiches and home-made soups are also on the menu. There is always a bustling party atmosphere.
Loui's Pizza is consistently one of Metro Detroit's favorite pizzerias, and has the awards to prove it. Loyal Loui's patrons drive miles and miles across the Metro Detroit area just for one of their legendary square deep dish pies. Loui's follows the Detroit-style deep dish philosophy, opting to put the sauce on top of the cheese to avoid soggy crust syndrome. Aside from the pizzas, diners also rave about the antipasto and, more specifically, the dressing that comes on it. Be prepared for a bit of a crowded wait, but by the time you're seated and eating, you won't mind at all.