- Tom Perkins
- Chorizo pizza.
Detroit-style pizza and its square, deep-dish charm continues to rise in popularity across the country. As part of that movement, a new Detroit-style pizzeria opened in Corktown on Wednesday.
The new eatery, Michigan & Trumbull, is located in a refurbished garage at 1441 W. Elizabeth St., next to McShane's. It’s named after a major intersection nearby that has a celebrated baseball backstory, as it was once the location of the old Tiger Stadium.
The secret is out about Detroit-style pizza — but is that a bad thing?
"The response has been overwhelmingly positive in Pittsburgh, people are disappointed to see us go," Calverley previously told Metro Times. "I think initially it was tough convincing people that the pizzas — particularly the signature caramelized cheese crust — was not 'burnt,' but eventually it caught on. I think it's helped a lot that Detroit-style pizza is everywhere now and extremely on trend."
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