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"Before Detroit-style pizza became the hit thing outside of the Motor City, trailblazers Brandon and Zane Hunt decided to bring their hometown pizza to Austin, Texas. It wasn’t called Detroit-style pizza then. It was just pizza. "
"Detroit-Style Pizza Is Having a Moment. But Are Its Originators Getting Left Behind?"
"Over the last decade, Detroit-style pizza has grown from a local pride point to one of the hottest food trends across America."
"Here are the top spots for a good pie in the 52 largest cities in the country, including Chicago and New York City."
"Pizza is the ultimate equalizer. Doesn’t matter if you land in the 1% or have $1 to your name – the way three simple, staple ingredients blend together is enjoyed by all."
“'Quit reading and run to Via' demand disciples of this food-truck duo"
“It almost doesn't seem right that the best Detroit-style pizza in America would come from anywhere other than the Motor City."
“For the uninitiated, consider Detroit-style like a Sicilian slice” semi-thick, but with a light and airy crust (similar to focaccia) formed from baking it in industrial steel pans that also allow for the cheese to be baked all the way around."
"It didn't take us long to become addicted to their unique Detroit-style pizza (which has been receiving national praise)."
"...East Sixth Street trailer garnering raves for its square pizzas with semi-thick, light, fluffy crusts..."
"Move over Chicago-style, New York-style, Neapolitan-style: there's a new geographically oriented pizza in town. "Detroit-style" pizza has landed--we should say, pulled up--in Austin."