Thursday, August 7, 2008

Simple question--Who's got the best pizza in town?

We wanted to throw this open to the public today and see who around town has the tastiest pizza pies. We're not handing out any kind of award, we just wondered if some of the newer pizza houses were as good as the established Ypsi/Arbor pizza places...

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Don't know about your town, but wherever one lives it's worth the trip to go to Anthony's. It's much closer than Chicago and better than Gino's anyway.

Johnny Action Space Punk said...

Don't toy with us, where can we find Anthony's?

glimmertwinfan said...

Red Rooster - Rawsonville/Willis Rd. "The Rooster" is the best pizza I've had in a while.

Ginos Cozy Inn, Arlington Ave., Toledo, OH

portuguesa nova said...

Aubrees! Aubrees! Aubrees!

Anonymous said...

NYPD

Now that they've come to Perrin Street, Ypsilanti became that much cooler.



Brian

Johnny Action Space Punk said...

If I'm in the mood a pesto pizza from Cottage Inn hits the spot. I used to adore Red Rooster pizza, I just don't call there anymore for whatever reason. Maybe I don't get their coupons. Aubreees is very good pizza too

I gotta try some of these newer places like NYPD, if this is the same one as in Ann Arbor, those are great slices....

eric said...

NYPD is about as NY as my dead grandmother (buried in Ferndale, WA), but I like it.

TrixielovesYpsi said...

Anthony's is by the sad little Kroger on Packard and I just saw online they have another location on Maple. I used to get it once in a while when I used to live in that neighborhood. The wait is about an hour and will set you back some coin but it's pretty damn good.

Johnny Action Space Punk said...

Thanks trixielovesypsi. I do like to try 'em all.

I think another key is sauce, I hate mine slathered on as the dominant ingredient. I like it slightly spicy and just a thin covering.

I'm ordering pizza tomorrow night

Anonymous said...

I believe the Anthony's by Georgetown is either closing or has closed.
They have recently opened two locations, one at (I think) 621 S. Main, which is making me guess it's the Main Street Market. The other is at The Miller/ Maple strip mall, both in Ann Arbor.

If you don't like a lot of sauce don't get Chicago style stuffed. Try the super thin crust. I don't think it's on the menu, but you can request it.

And yes, it is expensive. It is the only indulgence we can afford these days... It's just so good, it's worth skipping other treats for a week. But that is saying more about our income level than the price, it's not like they are going to need a credit check on you or something. And compared to that awful Pizza House they come in pretty close.