When we took our first bite of the Detroit-style pizza from this spot on Metropolitan and Driggs, it reminded us of our first time trying Emmy Squared in 2016 - an experience filled with pure joy, light and airy dough, and crispy cheese-studded crust. While Emmy Squared has become somewhat of a chain restaurant, Ace’s has all the magic of a new, delicious pizza place. Not to mention the fact that a small Detroit-style pepperoni pizza costs under $15, and is the perfect size to share with a friend or takedown yourself if you’re really hungry.
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