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Eater Pizza Week 2014: Buddy's, Supino, Bigalora, And The City's Most Iconic Pizzerias

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All Buddy's Pizza Photography by Chris and Michelle Gerard

ROYAL OAKLuciano DelSignore is beloved in the region for his Italian cuisine, but it's all about the pizza for his interview this week, where he divulges the secret to a great pizza, admits his love of MI craft beer, and explains why caviar doesn't belong on a pie.

DETROIT/METRO DETROIT— Mapping the iconic pizzerias of the city and the suburbs isn't easy with so many to choose from, but here are 15 of them, from deep dish to thin crust and everything in between.

EASTERN MARKETDave Mancini of Supino Pizzeria has become a local legend, but his first foray into pizza wasn't exactly a success. Read the full story, and learn about his new restaurant, La Rondinella, opening soon in Eastern Market.

DETROITBuddy's Pizza is home to the original Detroit style deep dish, and while it's now a chain with nine locations, the first restaurant, first serving the now famous pizza in 1946, is a piece of history. Take a look inside the original Buddy's on a bustling weekend evening.