Buddy's, Shield's, Jet's, Little Caesars, Dominos, Cottage Inn, Hungry Howies and so many more. On nearly every block in metro Detroit, you can find a restaurant serving up some hot pizza.
Detroit even has it's own style of pizza. As most of you know, it's a square slick with a thick crust, with sauce over the cheese.
In an article published on Friday by the New York Post editorial board , the group calls Detroit-style pizza "the new hipster horror."
"For the record: Real pizza is round and flat, with melted mozzarella atop the sauce," the editorial board wrote .
According to the New York Post, fans "blubber" to New York traditionalists that the pizza isn't topped with bullets."
"Hmm: Let's hope the dough's not made with Flint River water," the editorial board wrote .
Many people reacted to the article on social media.
So NY Post trash talks Detroit Pizza. My response? Who eats Detroit Pizza? People w/taste! Who eats NY pizza? Rats: https://t.co/tQKV9zPzcG
— Kim Russell (@kimrussell7) June 26, 2016
— FletchDet (@FletchDet) June 25, 2016
@nypost making flint river jokes about Detroit pizza? Super classy
— Peter (@PeteSmithSHS) June 26, 2016
— (((AW))) (@ArtbyAWOHS) June 26, 2016
@wxyzdetroit that's uncalled for when there are so many real negative things happening on a daily basis.
— Jennifer V. Aiken (@LadyJ5569) June 26, 2016
@wxyzdetroit I guess no one has ever seen what the Hudson and East rivers look like. NYC has too many scars to be poking at Detroit.
— JMcG (@Yostmeister) June 26, 2016
@wxyzdetroit Good, more for me! And shocking the New York media slams a non New York item.
— Fat _ Hobbit (@oldSchoolCM) June 26, 2016