Brigade Pizzeria Napolitaine has just added another awesome item to the Montreal food scene. And, all I have to say is: I'm so excited about it. There's no denying that Montreal is a city filled with locals who simply love to eat, which is why there are always new restaurant and dish ideas popping up all over the place.\nBrigade Pizza, which can be found at 1428, rue Stanley in downtown Montreal, has decided to bring a slice of Detroit to our city.\nEditor's Choice: Harvey's Is Going To Give Away Free Burgers At Grocery Stores In Quebec This Month\nThe pizza spot let us know that this is the first time anyone in Quebec is bringing Detroit-style pizza to life and believe me when I say, it's totally worth checking out.\nFor those of you who don't know what Detroit-style pizza is, you're in for a real treat.\nThe thick and airy rectangular pieces are baked on a special "blue pan," which leaves the pie with a crown of wicked caramelized cheese that's the main factor in what makes this pizza type so unique.\nThe key ingredient to getting this pizza to taste as it should is that special pan.\nAs it says on the restaurant's website, "the pans are a thick steel that is more similar to a cast-iron skillet than a cake pan."\nJean-Daniel Nadeau, CEO Brigade Pizza, said they simply "fell in love with the Detroit pizza style and knew we wanted to bring it to Brigade."\nView this post on Instagram L'ingrédient clé d'une bonne pizza à la Detroit- c’est la poêle. La croûte carrée molle et aérée, l'extérieur croquant et le fromage caramélisé qui borde la pizza sont tous dus à la poêle profonde dans laquelle les pizzas sont cuites. Les casseroles sont en acier épais. La légende veut que Gus Guerra a inventé cette pizza en 1946 quand il a fait cuire une recette de pizza sicilienne dans des casseroles, il a obtenu d'un ami qui travaillait dans une usine automobile. La pizza de style Detroit était née. The key ingredient in a proper Detroit-style pizza is the pan. The soft and airy square crust, the crunchy exterior, and the caramelized cheese that edges the pizza are all due to the deep pan in which the pizzas are baked. The pans are made of thick steel. The legend is that Gus Guerra invented this pizza in 1946 when he baked a Sicilian pizza recipe in some pans he got ffrom a friend who worked in a car factory. Detroit style pizza was born. A post shared by Brigade Pizza (@brigadepizza) on Jul 15, 2020 at 12:58pm PDT\nHe went on to tell us that "it's everything we love about pizza, a long dough fermentation, an incredible mix of soft, chewy and crunchy textures."\nThe Brigade team researched and began developing the Detroit-style pizza over the course of a few months, and it's something they're incredibly passionate about.\nAnd, the team is so excited to finally be able to share this delicious pizza with Montreal.\nBrigade Pizza\nFor anyone whose mouth is watering after hearing about this decadent pie, you can get your hands on one by dining in the restaurant or getting some take-out.\nThey're also available for delivery on Ubereats, SkipTheDishes, and Doordash!\nCourtesy of Brigade Pizza\nIf you're a pizza fanatic like myself, you're going to want to dive in and experience this phenomenal tasting piece of pizza, which would usually be found on the streets of Detroit and is now available in the 514.