If you’re looking for the best pizza in town, you’re in luck. Green Lantern Pizza is it. Started in 1955 by Thomas and Irene Vettraino, we’re the real deal. We combine an old school casual-diner feel with modern food and fast service.
Our family-friendly pizza restaurant is one of the most popular late-night pizza places in the Metro-Detroit area. Maybe you want to hang out with friends. Maybe you have an insatiable hunger for amazing pizza. Either way, we’ve got you covered.
Green Lantern Pizza all started with a restaurant at our iconic spot in Madison Heights. Since then, we’ve grown to seven locations in the greater Detroit area, but we never forgot the old neighborhood or our mission.
Today, you can sit down for pizza in our Berkley, Clinton Township and Madison Heights locations. You get the kind of old-fashioned service you got back in the day when every customer was a friend. With our casual and warm dining atmosphere and our amazing food, you’ll see why Green Lantern Pizza is the King of Pepperoni. It’s good to dine with royalty.
At Green Lantern Pizza, we get it. When you want a hot slice of pizza, you don’t want to drive all over Michigan to eat. That’s why we’ve got a bunch of spots open, always ready to serve up amazing food. All of our locations let you grab your food to go. We even deliver or cater, so you can eat in your PJs if you want to. We won’t judge.
Green Lantern Pizza has had the best pizza in town since 1955. We may be famous for our “Best in Town” round pizza and our deep dish “Detroit-Style” square pizza, but we do have a few aces up our sleeves if you’re craving something else. Check out our full menu of apps, salads, subs, sandwiches and sides. No matter what kind of munchies you’ve got, Green Lantern Pizza has you covered.
You’re obviously a pizza fanatic like us. You know what else we’re fanatics about? Friends. We love seeing old friends, making new ones, and baking them all the pizza to boot. We put love into our pies. So much so that you can taste it. No, really. That special seasoning? All love, man.