Connect to customize your food & drink discovery. 536 Queen St. W., 647-655-7451, pizzeriadu.ca, A post shared by Vegandale (@vegandale) on Oct 3, 2020 at 9:02am PDT, One of the city’s traditional Neapolitan go-tos is also a standout for its more off-piste creations, like this white pizza dotted with tender bits of rosemary-flecked duck confit, Bosc pear and mozzarella. © 2020. Authentic Italian pizzeria in Corso Italia boasting a certification from the Associazone Verace Pizza Napoletana. 302 College St., 416-922-9555, frescapizzapasta.com, A post shared by A Personal Food Photo Album (@foodphotojournalism) on Jul 30, 2020 at 4:17pm PDT, Pizzaiolo Curt Martin doesn’t use commercial yeasts to make his three-day naturally leavened dough. A post shared by TORONTO • FOOD • HOMECOOKING (@m_eats) on Jun 27, 2020 at 8:10am PDT, It’s impossible to miss this bright-pink cube of a pizzeria across the street from Greenwood Park. You can get a whole pizza or order by the slice, it's up to you. 88 Harbord St., 416-929-7788, pianopianotherestaurant.com, A post shared by Susan Willemsen (@susan_willemsen) on Sep 16, 2020 at 11:47am PDT, The wood-fired pies at this Roncey family joint get the haute treatment. 331 Adelaide St. W., no phone, gapizza.com, A post shared by General Assembly Pizza (@ga_pizza) on Jun 21, 2020 at 11:23am PDT, This Kingston Road bakery specializes in cakes, pastries and gelato—but they also have a lot of fun with pizza. In this month’s blind taste test , chef Mark McEwan tries some of their latest creations and tells us which new(-ish) parlour makes the best pies. Maker has tightened up their menu (thanks a lot, Covid) and are currently only offering five pizzas. From the Food Dudes team, the brightly-hued neon pink shop is serving up some excellent thick-crust pizza. Best Pizza in Toronto, Ontario: Find Tripadvisor traveler reviews of Toronto Pizza places and search by price, location, and more. 642 King St. W., 416-583-2642, theparlourrestaurants.com, A post shared by The Parlour (@theparlourrestaurants) on Oct 12, 2019 at 8:17am PDT, Chef Victor Barry’s wood-burning oven churns out an assortment of beautifully blistered pizzas, but the pièce de resistance is The Bitters, a fire-kissed sourdough crust topped with charred kale and dandelion greens, creamy fior di latte, parmesan, chilies, garlic, and a refreshing spritz of lemon. 176 Wicksteed Ave., 647-694-3327, conspiracypizza.ca, A post shared by Herman & Jenn (@opticalmealfinder) on Jun 20, 2019 at 11:20am PDT, The folks at Sugo are now tossing pizza just west of their red sauce joint. After selling his patty empire, he decided to open a new restaurant, again based on American nosh that he couldn’t north of the 49th. We’re fans of their more playful pies, like the cacio e pepe topped with prosciutto, provolone, parma, cracked pepper, fior di latte, and one covered in kicky Calabrian pesto and finished with braised beef, caramelized onion and pecorino. For the past five years, this quickly growing mini chain has been churning ou double-baked hybrid pies that combine the best from the New York and Italian approaches. A quirky pizza shop by Toronto's famed Matty Matheson is doling out some seriously delicious pies with enviable leopard-spotted crust. By Toronto Life | October 7, 2020. 1279 Bloor St. W., 416-792-1279, pizzaconzo.com, A post shared by CONZO’S (@pizzaconzo) on Sep 30, 2020 at 10:02am PDT, These Detroit-style pies make all other pizza rivals seem shallow. Their Crazy 8 Pizza Box ($50 for eight slices) is a great option for a family that can never agree when it comes to toppings. Conspiracy Pizza is working towards ditching UberEats, so help them out by ordering through their website where they’re offering free delivery. Multiple locations, qmpizza.com, A post shared by JENNIFER (@jenniferkongg) on Aug 15, 2020 at 12:17pm PDT. more. A classic family-owned spot for New York-style pizza. Various locations, buca.ca, A post shared by Buca (@bucatoronto) on Mar 26, 2020 at 2:00pm PDT, No tinfoil hat required to enjoy one of these over-the-top Leaside pies made with six-day fermented dough. By Toronto Life | 10/07/2020. They even have a double-layered pizza if you're feeling hungry. The pizza scene here ranges from greasy-yet-gourmet slices to authentic wood-fired pies that you would happily eat every weekend. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly prohibited. Zoom in to see updated info. They have a Rapini e Salsice pizza that is divine and a must-order. The pizza cooks in a 650-degree wood oven and the results are absolutely remarkable. 184 Ossington Ave., 416-519-6996; 269 Dunn Ave., 416-901-4080, superpoint.ca, A post shared by Superpoint Pizza, Pasta & Wine (@superpoint184) on Jun 4, 2020 at 11:07am PDT, Topics: Mouth-watering and ready to be devoured -- here is our list of Toronto’s standout pizza joints. 1555 Dundas St. E.; #2-88 Ossington Ave., 437-341-1555, blondiespizza.ca, A post shared by Blondies Pizza (@blondies_pizza) on Jul 10, 2020 at 9:21am PDT, Luxe flavours abound on Buca’s pizza alla Romana, pies topped with fancy ingredients like smoked mozzarella, preserved tomato, shaved truffles, pickled garlic and ’nduja. You can fully customize and make your own pizza by choosing all of your own toppings at this fast-casual pizza chain. All rights reserved. No walk-ins, pre-orders only. Terroni’s sister bakery tops the Occhi Di Bue, one of our favourites, with sun-dried tomato, rapini, mozzarella, parmesan and poached eggs. Toronto Life is a registered trademark of Toronto Life Publishing Company Limited. A quick and easy option for some delicious New York-style pizza. Multiple locations, northofbrooklyn.com, A post shared by North of Brooklyn Pizzeria (@northofbrooklyn) on May 14, 2020 at 10:45am PDT, “Not from Naples” reads the top of every Parlour pizza box—and in this case, that’s a good thing. A post shared by Sud Forno (@sudforno) on Aug 26, 2020 at 3:18pm PDT, Each foldable slice of this Ossington pizzeria’s New York classic is minimally topped with sweet tomato sauce, mozzarella and pepperoni, and finished with a dusting of parm and oregano. Counter-service joint offering whole pies and pizza by the slice. The crusts puff at the edges and give way to thin-yet-substantial centres. The pizzas all have cute names like Lamb Borghini (a Halal pie made with lamb sausage and lashed with labneh), Porky Pine (a gussied-up Hawaiian) and Fern Gully (a vegan option topped with a mushroom medley, walnuts and caramelized onions). Terms of Service and Terroni is a master of Italian cuisine and their pizzas prove it. Super cool, fast-casual spot serving high-quality pizza at low prices.