• By Dana Casadei

Tomatoes Apizza

So far, since opening, things have been going well for Tomatoes Apizza’s newest addition, a Birmingham location at 34200 Woodward Ave. “I love Birmingham – it’s amazing,” said owner Mike Weinstein. “The people are so amazingly nice. I just feel like the community’s amazingly great.” The 1,400-square-foot spot, adjacent to Papa Joe’s, will offer carryout and delivery, but no sit-down service like their Farmington locations. The New Haven style pizza (which means that it’s thin-crust and cooked in a coal-fired oven) will be just as delicious though, with offerings like the green pizza, topped with mozzarella, spinach, and garlic; crab pizza; and the Naples Sampler, which is each a quarter of a different style. Why try New Haven style pizza in Michigan, with its own infamous Detroit style? “Have you tried my pizza?” Weinstein said. “It’s really delicious.”

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