Hours

sun to thur: 12pm - 9pm / fri & sat: 12pm - 10pm

Leave the streets to a traffic Superhero!

The professionals at Skip the Dishes are standing by ready to bring DSP directly you! Just remember that something this deep takes about 25 minutes to prepare.

Its hip to be square!

Our love and passion for pizza took us to the streets of Detroit where we discovered there is no equal to this Motor City classic! The crusted-baked Brick cheese, the crunchy, light focaccia-style dough and toppings spread to the edges of a square, blue-steel auto factory tray makes this every bit DSP. Enjoy!

Corners Rocks

With DSP the corners are the best part! Make sure to get your paws on one.

Upside Down

DSP flips everything we know about pizza upside down with the sauce on top!

Steel Pan

When it comes to DSP, Detroit blue steel auto factory trays make all the difference.

A Square Deal

DSP is as square as good math allows. Equally divisible and great for sharing.

Feed the party!

Because DSP is square and so darn hearty, it’s perfect for sharing and there's more pizza-per-box. Our regular pizzas [8 x 10] feed 1 - 2 and our large pizzas [14 x 10] feed 3 - 4.
Do you have a group with Superhero hunger?

 

POW to the People!

Our Dough-Slingin' Superheroes are working hard to bring the very best DSP to the masses!

 

Fire!

Renfrew HQ is operational and ready to serve you a dose of the best DSP this side of Detroit.

 

All Hands on Deck

Corner to corner, we have you covered.

 

We're laying it on thick.

There's no cutting corners here. We believe in locally sourced high quality ingredients. It's what every Hero needs.

 

From our hands to yours.

It's all made in our house, for your house.

 

Superhero Taste!

Our DSP packs a POW! We SMASH together honest ingredients with good ol' fashioned Superhero WHIZ-BANG!

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Where the heck are we?

Our pizza headquarters is located in the very heart of Renfrew! It can be tricky to find though so keep an eye out for our patio and fire pit!

Without What?

Those villains are Without Papers and a thin crust?