July 14, 2020
Top 20 Must-Try Pizza Joints in Toronto
You know it’s a good pizzeria when there are branches both in Chinatown and Avenue Road.
Big Trouble Pizza
Here, you get to eat pizza you’ve never tried before because of their unique toppings, which you probably never have imagined to be on a pizza.
Get a taste of authentic Detroit-style pizza with their unique caramelized crust and toppings.
Find freshly oven-baked pizza, made with dough that’s made from scratch. Expect a crust that’s crispy on the outside but soft on the inside.
Imagine Adamson Barbecue goodness, but applied to pizza.
Order Neapolitan-style pizza and enjoy their tasty dough that’s been aged for three days.
Home of the famous wood-fire baked pizza that draws inspiration from various pizza styles that provide variety.
North of Brooklyn
Eat pizza that’s been made out of love with quality ingredients just like you’re in Brooklyn.
Enjoy classic pizza with the special dough and ingredients that have been loved by many since 1992.
People flock to this Italian cafe and grab their famous wood-fire baked pizza.
Pizzeria Oro di Napoli
A must-eat authentic Neapolitan style pizza located at Lake Shore Boulevard West.
They make old-fashioned greasy pizza which no one can dare to hate.
Witness awesomeness before your eyes as your pizza gets prepared right before you.
The Fourth Man in the Fire
Dine and enjoy quality pizza that’s authentic and not overpriced.
Italian restaurant serving up pizza with distinctive flavours that will surely bring comfort to pizza lovers.
Pizza e Pazzi
Enjoy tasty and authentic Neapolitan pizza that’s baked from brick-wood oven.
Dine with three-course lunch meals starting with a salad, then to a pizza, and ending with a gelato.
Pizzeria Via Mercanti
Eat Neapolitan-style pizza that’s been loved by many for over 40 years.
The pizza spot that never fails to please any pizza lover.
Dante’s Inferno Paninoteca
Thick and flavorful artisanal pizzas are what makes this restaurant popular.
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