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1. King Slice1598 Bloor St W, Toronto
2. Pizza Gigi189 Harbord St, Toronto
3. Ferro Bar and Cafe769 St. Clair Ave W, Toronto
4. Mangia & Bevi260 King St E, Toronto
5. Vesuvio3010 Dundas St W, Toronto
6. Queen Margherita Pizza1402 Queen St E, Toronto
7. Terroni720 Queen St W, Toronto
8. Pizzeria Libretto221 Ossington Ave, Toronto
Sometimes you just want so much pizza that no amount can satisfy you... until you come to King Slice, where their pizzas really are king-size.
This bright yellow pizza resto will attract your eye and the pizza inside will appease even the most picky of palates.
This family-owned Italian bar and cafe serves up delicious pizza made in a wood-fired oven.
This Italian spot serves up a variety of styles of 'za, including one made with tomato sauce, bufalina cheese, and arugula, all on top of a perfectly crisp thin crust.
Vesuvio has been a pizza staple in Toronto since they opened their doors in 1957, and they still make fresh hand-made pies just like they began.
Queen Marg' produces some of the most quality pies in Toronto, using a wood-fired oven from Naples and ingredients imported from Italy.
Terroni offers delectable, regional Italian dishes that have been made in the same manner for generations, including a myriad of different pizzas that are as pleasing to the eye as they are to the palate.
Libretto is all about traditions: traditional Neapolitan pizza flavors, traditional ingredients, traditional wood-fired oven. Take a seat in this cozy, authentic Italian restaurant and start with the beef carpaccio or a caprese salad and then pick from a variety of gourmet pizzas like the Libretto Margherita (made with buffalo mozzarella) or the Ontario Prosciutto and Arugula. If you have meat on the brain, sink your teeth into the Nduja pizza, made with nduja sausage and stracciatella cheese. Any way you spin it, you get the satisfaction of the crisp, sweet taste of wood-fired crust with gooey cheese and fresh sauce. Before you waddle home, get the tiramisu … word on the street is it’s pretty darn good.