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