Corktown Pizza

Connected to Buffalo Wild Wings, Corktown Pizza is an affiliate of Detroit Style Pizza Company and is the flagship restaurant in their expansion with this new name.

Detroit-style pizza got its start in the mid-1940s when soldiers were returning home from the war. Rather than using traditional round pans, in true Motor City fashion, the originators baked their pizza in square, blue steel automotive parts pans that allowed the outer edges of cheese to caramelize, forming a delicious golden brown cheese barrier around the perimeter of the pie.

Detroit-style pizza uses a brick cheese blend with pepperoni under the cheese and sauce on top. The crispy-outside, chewy-inside crust lends a one-of-a-kind, mouthwatering consistency, and the flavor is the reason why thousands have demanded Detroit-style pizza nationwide.