What you're getting: Pepperoni, Italian sausage, mushrooms, green peppers, and anchovies – AKA "everything"
Fricano's is the kind of place that knows what it's good at and sticks with it. They ONLY serve pizza (and it's cash only), and they have only a small selection of toppings. All pizzas are on 12-inch, cracker-thin, crunchy crusts (the only size available) and topped with a top-secret cheese (don't bother asking). Yet, despite all those seeming restrictions, Fricano's is consistently ranked among the best pizzerias in the state. Once you try it, you won't question why.
Salt of the Earth Fennville
What you're getting: The Whole Hog
Salt of the Earth is one of West Michigan's true dining destinations (and there's not a whole lot else in Fennville, save for Virtue Cider, which you absolutely must visit when in the area). Located in the heart of West Michigan's agricultural belt, Salt of the Earth is hyper-local and hyper-seasonal, working with farms and growers within a 50-mile radius for fresh produce, dairy, and meats. Also a bakery, Salt of the Earth makes their own wood-fired pizzas, which you should absolutely order along with everything else you should absolutely order... which is the whole menu. Bring a group. And try the Whole Hog pizza, made with fresh garlic sausage, house-made bacon, sopressata, and red sauce.