It's quite fitting that Grease Monkey will soon be cooking pizza in square pans inspired by auto-part trays given Braddon's history. While the car yards and mechanics are long gone, the dining options are about to get a lot greasier.
Grease Monkey is bringing Detroit-style pizza to Canberra, taking over the spot next door where Catch used to be.
But what is DSP? According to the Greasy's team "it's possibly the best pizza we've tasted".
Think light, thick and crispy, specialty cheese blends, heaps of sauce and toppings.
"The unique thing about DSP is its shape - it's cooked in a 'square' pan, inspired by auto-part trays from the Motor City itself. Because of the shape, the cheese caramelises around the outside of the pizza, so make sure you get to the corner pieces first."
There'll be roughly eight pizzas, some classics and some new, including one vegan option and gluten-free options throughout. All the pizza bases will be made in-house and each pizza is cooked in a newly built specialty oven for six minutes to ensure the same delicious taste every time.
The team said its DSP would be unlike any pizza Canberra had ever seen.
"Essentially, what we did with burgers, we're going to do with pizza."
Grease Monkey has been pumping out burgers, beers and fried chicken for the past four years and are approaching its millionth burger.
To celebrate one lucky customer will win a year's supply of Greasy's pizza but full details will come closer to the opening. We're not sure when that will be so stay tuned.