Michigan’s “Weirdest” Pizzeria Is Now Open And We Tried The Pies
DETROIT – There’s a new pizzeria in town that bills itself as the weirdest pizzeria around. Michigan’s first Pizza Cat is now open at 407 East Fort Street in Detroit’s Greek Quarter.
There are so many different toppings and sauces to choose from that the possibilities are nearly endless. We’re talking about 1,962,273 possible pizza combinations to be exact.
Some of the unusual toppings include beef brisket, corned beef, salami, and pickles. Among the 20 sauces are Franks RedHot, Carolina BBQ, spicy ranch sauce, Thousand Island and diablo gato hot sauce.
Unusual specialty pizzas include Flaming Hot Cheetos, Coney, Spicy Reuben, and Carolina brisket. It’s also about how they make their pies, co-owner Andre Robinson told the Detroit News.
“The other thing that sets us apart is that we bake our pizzas in pie pans. Literally, we fry the bread in the oven and it’s edge-to-edge pizza. Most people have a half-inch crust. We don’t waste time wasting bread like that, we use the entire surface of this pizza or pie for edge-to-edge cheese.
We tried a 12 inch pie with pepperoni, ground beef and regular pizza sauce. Indeed, there is very little crust, but it is good and crispy. The sauce was also one of the tastiest pizza sauces we have tried.
There are also 9-inch pies and dairy-free, vegetarian, vegan, keto, and gluten-free options. Pizza Cat also serves wings, chicken pieces, bagel sandwiches and various cocktails. It is open Friday and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. and Sunday through Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to midnight.
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