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best pizza in or around Rochester Hills, MI?

IndyGirl Jun 20, 2007 12:47 PM

We'd love a great place that also delivers. Thanks!

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    jcbroder RE: IndyGirl Jun 20, 2007 03:57 PM

    I don't think that they deliver, but Crust makes a very good pie. Jet's, a local chain, probably delivers and their pie is worthy of a try. I don't normally eat deep dish pizza, but I like their's.

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      xman887 RE: IndyGirl Jun 20, 2007 08:12 PM

      have been to crust a couple of times and it is good.

      our two standbys: alibi (eat in or carry out but no delivery) and jets (chain; large cheese +1 < $10)

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        amandaqtpie RE: xman887 Jun 21, 2007 12:08 AM

        YES! Definitely try Alibi. Excellent suggestion. I lived in RH for a few years, and we ordered from King's (not sure if it's a chain; I think it is). Is there a Buddy's closer than the one on Van Dyke and 13 Mile? In any case, I love their pizza and love that you can get a half-baked one for those times when you don't want to cook a meal, but aren't dying to eat pronto.

        I've not heard of Crust; someone tell me more about it, please. Is it new? A chain? Where is it located, precisely? Thank you.

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          xman887 RE: amandaqtpie Jun 21, 2007 09:49 PM

          crust is about a year old. at the corner of rochester & auburn is a huge shopping development (target, best buy, kohls, star theater, and a lot of little places). out on the northwest corner is a small pad that has crust and a few other stores (chipotle, omaha steaks, etc.)

          it's a fairly small and warm place with tables and hightops and a bar. pizzas are thin crust style from a wood fired oven. decent salads. beer & wine. have been a couple of times and enjoyed it.

          i think they may have another one on the west side.

          here is the metro times review:

          http://www.metrotimes.com/guide/resta...

      2. IndyGirl RE: IndyGirl Jun 20, 2007 08:16 PM

        Great, thanks to both of you. More ideas would also be appreciated--one can never have too many good pizza places to choose from.

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          boagman RE: IndyGirl Jun 20, 2007 09:35 PM

          Do yourself a favor and hop on I-75 and get off at 9 Mile Road. Go about 1.1 miles east to Dequindre, and go north about 1/8 of a mile to Loui's Pizza. Still the best pizza I've ever eaten in my life. They do carry-out, but don't deliver.

          Trust me: it'll be worth it.

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          mi2ca2mi RE: IndyGirl Jun 21, 2007 08:23 AM

          I used to enjoy the pizza from Antoniou's Pizza (918 S. Rochester Rd.) when I lived in Rochester Hills 6-7 years ago. Not sure how it is now but they do deliver.

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            gooddog RE: IndyGirl Jun 21, 2007 01:36 PM

            There's a Buddy's at Squirrel & Walton. I'd also second the Crust recommendation. Unfortunately, I don't believe either delivers.

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              kellycolorado RE: gooddog Feb 20, 2008 02:04 PM

              Any new finds? I don't want to go through a lot of duds and want to avoid the huge chains.

              thanks!

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                boagman RE: kellycolorado Feb 20, 2008 02:14 PM

                Loui's is *no* dud. Even if you only like it *half* as much as I do, you'll love it. Worth the trip. Really.

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              Docsknotinn RE: IndyGirl Feb 21, 2008 03:57 AM

              IMO the best pizza in the area is easilly at Kruse & Muer at Adams & Walton in the Meadowbrook Village shops. No delivery but definatly worth the drive. If you don't mind a driva pizzapapalis on Northwestern in Southfield, Greektown or at Detroit Metro.

              http://www.kruseandmuerrestaurants.co...

              http://www.pizzapapalis.com/

              1. nliedel RE: IndyGirl Feb 21, 2008 05:00 AM

                LOVE Jet's. The cheese is great. There is some soy in there though. My husband has an allergy and he's reacted to Jet's. Which is a shame, because it's delicious.

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                  mdepsmom RE: IndyGirl Feb 21, 2008 07:53 AM

                  Another HUGE thumbs up for Alibi. Before moving to AZ, I lived right around the corner from it. Best pizza, hands down. Their crust is a little bit sweet/yeasty (hard to describe) but is sooo good.

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                    coney with everything RE: mdepsmom Feb 22, 2008 04:27 AM

                    Count me as another Alibi pizza lover, especially with the antipasto salad.

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