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The Best Late Night Pizza in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / August 28, 2015

pizza torontoThe best late night pizza in Toronto will satisfy that inevitable craving after last call when your tummy is rumbling but you've only got coins left in your pocket. Whether you're in need of a slice stat or you have the patience to wait for a whole pie fresh from the oven, these pizza joints will oblige.

This is the best late night pizza in Toronto.

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Amico's

Amico's

Open until 4 a.m. Thursday through Saturday, this old school Italian joint in Parkdale has got you covered whether you're pining for a pepperoni slice or a hearty bowl of linguine. Not only does this spot toss pies until just before the sun comes up, it will usually deliver in the downtown core on weekends past 3 a.m. More »

North of Brooklyn (Get Well)

North of Brooklyn (Get Well)

Sharing the space on Dundas West with Get Well means you don't even have to stop drinking to enjoy a slice of kale and bacon or an order of garlic knots. Open until 2 a.m every night of the week. More »

Big Slice

Big Slice

Huge, greasy, foldable slices are a staple at this Yonge St. classic and a no-fail option for Ryerson students studying late or post partying at the club. Open until 5 a.m. daily, this is the kind of place that shines after dark. More »

Pizza Gigi

Pizza Gigi

After hours when your judgment is already impaired this pizza place on Harbord is a godsend. Dealing in midnight munchie-approved fare, you'll find your best bet is to order and wait for a hot, fresh pie. Even sober you will agree it's top notch. Open until 4 a.m. daily. More »

Fresca Pizza

Fresca Pizza

Go for the classic Margherita at this pizza joint on College then dress it up with squirt of garlicky oil. Cheap, ready-made slices ($3.50) await the impatient, though nothing quite beats a fresh pie straight out of the oven. Fresca is open until midnight or later during the week and until 3 a.m. on weekends. More »

King Slice

King Slice

The location on Queen is open until 4 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights making it the perfect pit stop when stumbling out of any number of nearby bars after last call. Choose from four quintessential slices ($4.50) on display including the spicy Arrabiatta with mushrooms, jalapeno, garlic and parsley. More »

Pizzaiolo

Pizzaiolo

Locations blanketing the city are an excellent source for a vast selection of slices that'll satisfy vegans, vegetarians, and carnivores alike. Expect generously applied toppings on pizza priced around $4 per slice. Closing times vary from one location to the next, but several stores operate until 4 a.m. on weekends. More »

Cora Pizza

Cora Pizza

Fueling late night study sessions and keg parties, this pizza joint in close proximity to U of T is a student favourite. Find a classic assortment of fairly priced slices ready to grab and go. Open as late as 4 a.m. on weekends. More »

Il Paesano

Il Paesano

Open for take-out, delivery and dine-in until 2 a.m. daily, this Etobicoke pizzeria is an ideal destination for hand tossed pizza made with homestyle sauce and generously adorned with toppings. Aside from the pizza, locals rave about the panzerotti. More »

Papa Ceo

Papa Ceo

This pizza joint on Spadina is home to the King Slice, a massive triangle of crust, sauce and cheese that'll require two hands or at the very least a fold to get it into your mouth. Open daily until past 4 a.m. not just for walk-ins but delivery too. More »

Old Man Pizza & Wings

Old Man Pizza & Wings

This old man doesn't mind if you stay out past curfew as he's more than happy to serve you slices and wings at 3 a.m. no matter what day of week. More »

Papa John's

Papa John's

Being open until just before 3 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays (and 1 a.m. otherwise) makes this pizza franchise on Dundas East all the more enticing. Expect a sturdy, doughy crust and sweet sauce. More »

Discussion

9 Comments

Sue / August 28, 2015 at 04:40 pm
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Big Slice on St.Clair is great for pizza slices but I order the steak with mushrooms and potatoes and it comes with garlic bread and a salad and it's delivered to me in like half an hour for under 24 bucks *I get the bacon laced caesar for my salad though*
Dude / August 28, 2015 at 04:51 pm
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Any recommendations for late-night delivery around the entertainment district / south-core?
poe / August 28, 2015 at 06:01 pm
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Fresca is my top - but Mare Pizza in the market is open really late most nights. Big Decent Slices, Fair price.
Mark / August 28, 2015 at 06:12 pm
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All these places suck. Toronto has no good late night pizza, I found the longest hair in my pizza from North of Brooklyn at Get Well.
Andrea replying to a comment from Mark / August 28, 2015 at 08:42 pm
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Ohh well shit happens. Relax.
Not a big deal, you find hair in your food when you make food at home or when you eat at someones house for their homemade food.

Namaste.
Adam Sobolak / August 28, 2015 at 09:10 pm
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THen, regardless of quality, there's the most late-night-pizza-*esque* joint in Toronto: Diamond Pizza in East York...
Adam replying to a comment from Dude / August 29, 2015 at 01:06 am
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I'd recommend Mamma's Pizza, or Pizzaiolo not super late though.
Joey / August 30, 2015 at 05:34 pm
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Il Paesano has terrible pizza. Why are they on this list? If you're going to include them, you might as well include Pizza Pizza.
klec / August 30, 2015 at 07:45 pm
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All the places on this list truly suck

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