Passport's Mission

is to provide the Ultimate home dining experience. Passport Pizza creates perfectly handcrafted pizza with our original recipes, where every aspect of our quality and service shows our devotion to our customers.


Who We Are:


P: Passionate About Our Food
A: Actively Involved In The Community
S: Serving Wide Variety
S: Sourcing Fresh, High Quality Local Foods
P: Providing The Ultimate Home Dining Experience
O: Open Late And For Lunch
R: Reasonable Prices
T: Tender And Tasty Ribs



Passport's Goal

Our goal is to satisfy every customer with our food as well as delivery for lunch to a late night. To ensure satisfaction we will exchange any item that did not meet your expectations. When it comes to Catering, we can cater any size group up to 2000 people.


Passport's History

Passport Pizza has developed to be the highest quality pizza with our own recipes perfected over the years. Our dough is made fresh every day in each of our stores, the way pizza used to be. No corners are cut, pizza is not pre-made in a commissary. Every order is made per the customer’s request, with over 30 fresh toppings to choose from. We have 4 styles of Pizza: Hand tossed, Thin Crust, Italian Deep Dish and Signature Sicilian Detroit Style Deep Dish. We have developed a “World Tour of Pizzas” featuring our Big Ben. Fresh made to order Salads, Stix, Wings, Pasta, Chicken, Ribs, Subs and Grinders. We have a Gluten Free menu including Pizza, Stix, Salad, Ribs, and Chicken.

See Our Awards


We championed a law!

House Bill 4017

Under the bill, a retail food establishment, farmer, wholesaler, wholesale processor, distributor, or other person who donates food for use or distribution by a non-profit organization would not be subject to any criminal or civil liability resulting from the nature, age, condition, or packing of the food.

“Over 1.6 million people in Michigan are food insecure, meaning they don’t know where their next meal is coming from or when. I feel blessed to be able to play a role in addressing that need in Macomb County, but our efforts have hit a wall that has nothing to do with food supply,” said Sue LaTour.

Passport Pizza takes pallets of food that may only have a three day shelf life and distributes that food to local partners who can immediately give it to those who need it most. Passport Pizza’s relationships extend to a broad span of business leaders, non-profits, and community based organizations to help countless people, including youth, families, students, churches, single mothers, and the homeless.

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