Even in Florida, you can now sink your teeth into the famous Detroit-style square pie from Buddy's Pizza

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Buddy’s original Detroit-style pizza is now available … everywhere.

The creators of the Detroit pie that's beloved nationwide have launched a new partnership with online marketplace Goldbelly that will ship anywhere in the United States. You can order Buddy's frozen classic eight-square pizzas in three- or six-packs.



“At Buddy’s Pizza, we’re always striving to help families and friends create special memories like we’ve done for the last 75 years,” Buddy’s Pizza CEO Burton Heiss said in a press release. “With these holiday offers, we not only have the opportunity to bring comfort to even more Michiganders, but now we can spread the Original Detroit-Style Pizza love nationwide through our partnership with Goldbelly. Everyone can enjoy a piece of Detroit this holiday season.”

Buddy’s has been around since 1946, and is the birthplace of the Original Detroit-style pizza, which has become a worldwide fave, created on the corner of Six Mile and Conant. In recent years, the company announced a plan to expand throughout Michigan and beyond.



More information is available at goldbelly.com/buddys-pizza.


This story originally appeared in our sister paper the Detroit Metro Times.

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