Best thing I ate: Detroit style pizza has arrived in Orange County

Critic Brad A. Johnson says you’ll need to block out some time for the post-pizza coma, but it’s worth it.
Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • January 20, 2021
Steel Pan pizzeria enjoyed a short run at 4th Street Market in downtown Santa Ana before closing and relocating to Rodeo 39 in Stanton. The menu is fairly short and to the point, focused on a handful of square-pan pizzas inspired by Detroit. The...
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