Lest there be any doubts about Toni’s Pizza’s Detroit bona fides, the beverage list should assuage them: The new Mount Pleasant pizzeria is serving Vernors and Faygo pop.

Toni’s was founded by a trio of Michiganders: Toni and Pete Sahutske, alums of legendary Buddy’s Pizza, and Pete Sahutske’s uncle, Steve Hopkins. And in keeping with tradition, the restaurant is serving a small selection of appetizers, salads and pastas.

Yet the centerpiece is the Detroit-style pie, which is currently trending in the Charleston area. For diners who haven’t familiarized themselves with the genre at Renzo’s regularly scheduled happy hour or Lewis Barbecue’s pop-up pizza party, the hallmarks of Detroit pizza are a rectangular blue steel pan, sweetish tomato sauce and tangy brick cheese.

Located at 1795 U.S. Highway 17, Unit 1, Toni’s is open 4-9 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday. For more information, call 843-416-8232, or visit tonisdetroitpizza.com.

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Food editor and chief critic

Eating all of the chicken livers just as fast as I can.