Vito?s Italian Restaurant and Bar is part eatery, part arcade. Pool and air-hockey tables populate the floor, and video games like Golden Tee provide kids and adults alike with hours of fun?or just the few minutes it takes to get a table. The restaurant even has a crane machine for players to try to nab a stuffed animal or a stuffed pepperoni. A jukebox plays popular tunes while diners refuel with hand-tossed thin-crust pizzas and deep-dish pies. Chefs can customize crusts with garlic butter or Cajun seasoning, depending on patrons' whims; they top specialty pizzas with grilled chicken, bacon, and ranch dressing, to name just one. The menu also offers burgers, sandwiches, pasta, and the popular Goofy Bread?plain dough baked with garlic butter, mozzarella, and parmesan.
The family-owned Toarmina's has served up its signature sweet sauce and gullet-stuffing, 24-inch pies since 1987. The menu boasts traditional pizzas ranging from the small one-topping ($8.99) to the two-footer with three toppings ($24.39)—a favorite at giant-division ultimate frisbee leagues. The casual eatery's aromatic ovens also cook up deep dish ($11.99–$13.99) and specialty picks such as the steak and cheese ($12.49–$28.99), which blankets melted mozzarella and american cheese over steak, mushrooms, onions, and golden italian dressing, and the veggie ($11.49–$25.99), a garden party of mushrooms, black olives, diced green peppers, and onions.
The Motor City Brewing Works is located at 470 W. Canfield Street in Detroit, Michigan and has been in business since 1994. MCBW produces top-quality beers that are hand-crafted for exceptional flavor. Their beers are unfiltered to give them a fresh, vibrant taste. Their 20 BBL brewery is custom fabricated using salvaged equipment & scrap metal from industrial plants that are no longer in business. The area’s most talented artists have hand-crafted these items, transforming them into amazing pieces of art. Motor City Brewing Works is located in an eclectic area known as Detroit’s Cultural Center. Many of the city’s cultural and educational centers are located nearby. The list of beers, wines and ciders is quite extensive and more than a few have become extremely popular. Be sure to try the nut brown ale, the Motor City ale and the Primavera wine on your visit. They also make non-alcoholic drinks like cherry soda, ginger ale, and root beer.
True authentic pizza, made the Italian way, awaits you at Pizza Papalis. Their dedication to creating nothing short of culinary masterpieces makes them the number one hotspot for golden-brown, veggie-topped, cheese-sprinkled pizzas that melt in your mouth. If you were doubting how serious Pizza Papalis is about making their pizza superb, guess what: even their flour is special! They use a special, protein-rich mix of flour, for a crust that's as guilt-free as it is delicious. Don't worry, their tomatoes are special, too--they're from the Agro Nocerine Sarnese region of Italy, and they have to be tasted to be believed. The care that goes into every little detail really shows at Pizza Papalis, so make sure to give this perfectionist pizzeria a try!
Pizzapapalis has been serving the best and freshest pizza to its customers since the 80s. Bite into a crunchy golden-brown crust like no other thanks to their signature dough formula that gives their pizza that distinctive melt-in-the-mouth texture. Every morning a special brand of whole wheat flours is mixed to produce the best base for their culinary creations. The tomato sauce was carried over from the first true pizzeria in Naples and is the real deal! Top that off with the finest meats and vegetables, cut fresh daily and you’ll have a pretty good idea just how yummy and unbelievably good the pizzas at Pizzapapalis are! Choose between the deep dish or thin crust option for a unique take on the oh-too-familiar and loved-by-all dish.
Supino Pizzeria has a basic motto: keep it simple. Unlike other pizzeria places who complicate their pizzas to jack up their prices, Supino Pizzeria focuses on making the basics amazing. The menu has a nice selection of pizzas--a local favorite is the El Greco. This pizza is topped with spinach, feta, onions, mozzarella, and olives. Another local favorite is the Affumicatta, topped with smoked prosciutto, roasted garlic, parsley, mozzarella, smoked Gouda, and ricotta. These and other mouth-watering pizzas make this the premier pizza spot in Detroit. Hours of operation are Tuesday-Thursday 11am--8:30pm, Friday-Saturday 11am-10pm, and closed Sunday and Monday.