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Carry Out & Delivery Available

Open For Lunch!

Guido's Caters Any Event

Online Ordering Available

Proudly Serving "Detroit-Style" Deep Dish Pizza

Auburn Hills

Auburn Hills
Guido's Premium Pizza in Metro Detroit, Grand Blanc and Sault Ste Marie offers great deals on pizza and catering! Keep us in mind when you are in Auburn Hills for Detroit-Style Deep Dish Pizza, Pasta, Salads, Wings, Stromboli and Of your Guido's favorites!

One visit to nearby Auburn Hills, and you'll probably want to move there! The City's website will have all the details about life in Auburn Hills.

Visit Downtown Auburn Hills's website for a list of all the great shops and restaurants.

If you're the entrepreneurial type, the Auburn Hills Chamber of Commerce website can help you open a business there!

We hope that you will keep Guido's Premium Pizza in mind for all of your pizza and catering needs while you are in Auburn Hills. We are happy to help with your choice of carry-out, delivery or catering! 

  • Guido's Premium Pizza in Detroit-Style Deep Dish, Hand-Tossed, or Thin Crust
  • Fresh Salads
  • Premium Pasta: Lasagna, Mostaccioli, Penne Alfredo 
  • Premium Subs: Giant Italian, Steak & Cheese, Ham & Cheese, Club, Veggie
  • Guido "tizers": Guido Wings, Stromboli, 
  • Bread: Guido Bread, Motz Bread, Cinnamon Stix

Guido's Premium Pizza

Metro Detroit, Grand Blanc and Sault Ste Marie

Auburn Hills is located in Metro Detroit and Oakland County. The city hosts a population of 21,000 and was formed in 1983 when Pontiac Township became the City of Auburn Hills.

Auburn Hills is home to the world headquarters of Chrysler, the Walter P. Chrysler Museum, Oakland University, BorgWarner, Guardian Industries, Great Lakes Crossing shopping center, as well as The Palace of Auburn Hills, home of the Detroit Pistons.

Situated on the Clinton River, it was named by Aaron Webster, the first settler, from Auburn, New York. Auburn Hills roughly follows the course of Interstate 75 and is home to a prosperous business community.  In the early 1980's, Oakland University partnered with developers to create a technology and research park on unused land it owned.