• Square or rectangular in shape.

  • The steel pan used provides superior heat conductivity and caramelization on the crust (the mark of the great Detroit-style pizza).
  • Thick crust – light and airy inside, crispy outside.

  • Cheese is spread to the edges of the pan.

  • After the cheese, any additional toppings can be placed on top.

  • Last is the sauce – placed on top and in rows. This is why it’s earned the nicknames “red top pizza” and “upside down pizza.” Placing the sauce on top allows for a fluffier crust.

  • As the pizza bakes the cheese slowly melts down the sides and forms a delicious, caramelized rim of crust.