Food & Drink

Montreal pizza can kind of suck, but these 6 pizza joints don’t

Published On 11/13/2013 Published On 11/13/2013
Pizza St. Viateur Montreal
Katherine Sehl
Katherine Sehl
Katherine Sehl
Restaurant Miss Jean Talon
BEVO Bar Pizzeria
Pizzeria Magpie
Flickr user Psychs
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1. St-Viateur Pizza 15 rue Saint-Viateur ouest, Montreal, H2T 2K7 (Mile End)

With various locations, St-Viateur Pizza is one of the easiest and tastiest options for a quality pie in Montreal.

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2. Pizza Mory's 4702 Verdun, Verdun, (Verdun)

This mom-and-pop pizza place does truly original Montreal pizzas, including one made with a poppy seed crust reminiscent of a famous Montreal bagel.

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3. Restaurant Miss Jean Talon 901, Jean-Talin ouest, Montréal, H3N1S7 (Parc Ex)

The pizza at this Greek resto is everything it should be: cheap, greasy, and unbelievably tasty.

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4. BEVO Bar + Pizzeria 410, rue St-Vincent, Montréal, H2Y 3A5 (Old Montreal)

The folks at BEVO know how to make a mean pie, their products are Southern Italian-style wood oven-baked pizzas, available with a number of toppings both traditional and unusual.

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5. Pizzeria Magpie 16 rue Maguire, Montreal, H2T 1B8 (Mile End)

This Mile End pizza palace cooks up perfect pizzas with flaky crusts and luscious toppings using wood ovens to bring the pies to the perfect intersection of crispy and fluffy.

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6. Pizzeria Napoletana 189 rue Dante, Montreal, H2S 1K1

This place might have the best pizza in all of Montreal, plating 41 different pizzas and 34 different pastas in Little Italy since 1948.