Domenico, Mauro, and John left their hometown in Italy for the great city of New York nearly 15 years ago. While in the Big Apple, their work ... More
New York Pizza Depot
Domenico, Mauro, and John left their hometown in Italy for the great city of New York nearly 15 years ago. While in the Big Apple, their work experience varied from downtown pizzarias to uptown restaurants specializing in Italian cuisine. During this time, the four brothers perfected their recipes by combining family secrets and high-quality ingredients to create the ultimate New York pizza pie. Today, the family has grown, and so has the variety of pizza. From the traditional New York slice to their newest creation, the Wild Mushroom Medley, every item on the menu carries with it a promise of quality and an authentic Italian style that you can taste in every bite. Now celebrating their 5 year anniversary in Ann Arbor, New York Pizza Depot has raised the standard of Italian cuisine by continuing to create delicious new pizzas, pasta dishes, and baked entrees.
Great pizza, sandwiches I've tried have been great too. Homemade crusts with fresh toppngs, thin crust not typical Michigan bread dough.
Now if you are not from Michigan you're going to hate Michigan pizza. But if you search on Pizza you'll find they rate them all 4-5 stars. That's because they all taste the same, bad. Bready soft dough crust rolled up 2 inches on the end. Frozen toppings, even the vegies. But this is what they've grown up on so it's understandable (Dominos and Little Ceasers). They're Best of city poll rated Jet's number 2. White Castle made they're top 5 for burgers. enough said.
I once took 18 Michiganders to Wrigley Field for a Cubs game. We ate Jeno's once and Geordanos once. They hated it. Thought it was tasteless. I guess it lacked the 8000 Mg of sodium and preserves they're used to getting.
While we love their NY style pizza, their Greek salad is surprisingly fresh every single time we order it. I especially love the crispy romaine lettuce. The garlic knots (that come with the salad) are a nice treat.
They have the standard slices. They also serve other more interesting combinations. I usually get one stuffed, one other traditional and a drink ($8). The stuffed (choice of 3: meat, eggplant parm, and another) I have had the meat and the eggplant. I enjoyed both. However, if you like eggplant parmsean you will really like the stuffed pizza variety. I do prefer NYPD over Cottage Inn.