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Superior New York-style pizza in Detroit

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  • Jim M Mar 18, 2009 03:50 PM
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Just tried the new Supino's Pizza in Eastern Market, where Flat Planet used to be. Best very-thin-crust, NY-type pizzas I've had in the area, with the possible exception of Tomatoes Apizza. This place has a bunch of specialty pizzas with ingredients like speck (German prosciutto) and smoked cheese. All the basics made in-house. Fairly high price ($11 for a small and $17 for a large pie for some of the special ones; plain ones are cheaper), but a really good pie. Split a small with a friend and got out of there, with drinks, for under $15. Also has slices for $2.25 plain, $2.75 pepperoni, salads, simple pasta dishes. Open until 8:30 weekdays, I think, so it's not just for lunch.

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  1. Thanks for the report! Look foward to checking it out soon!

    1. I ran across a new wood oven pizza place in Canton of all places. It is named Sicily Pizza and is in the same plaza as BW3 on Ford Rd and Lilley Rd.. My wife and I had a pizza from there last night and it was fantastic. Thin crust with that almost burnt texture that great NY pizza has. It hasn't been open very long at all, but there were several folks dining there when I went to pick up my pie. Check it out if you find yourself in the cultural dearth of Canton.