The Best Pizza in Etobicoke
The best pizza in Etobicoke can be ordered from old school takeaway counters, kitschy Italian eateries, and neo-Neapolitan parlours. This list represents both traditionally Italian and distinctly North American styles, ranging from greasy "gourmet" to genuinely gourmet (air quotes not required). Many offer standard (but still crave-worthy) varieties, still ordered off green and red paper menus, while others offer premium ingredients and fresh takes on the iconic combo of crust, sauce and cheese.
Here is the best pizza in Etobicoke.
FBI stands for Full Blooded Italian and is a delivery-focused pizzeria known to craft its pies on a choice of crusts with premium toppings like porchetta, prosciutto, roasted veggies, caramelized onions and arugula. Bonus points, this Etobicoke location will even deliver to the downtown core.
This shopworn Queensway restaurant is popular for its wood-fired crusts, which are infused with smoke and blistered around the edges. In addition to traditional Italian pies, the menu also offers Turkish-styled pides dressed with homemade garlic butter instead of red sauce, and topped with spinach and feta, gyro or sujuk (Turkish sausage).
This eclectic and kitschy Italian trattoria boasts two Etobicoke locations (one on the Queensway, the other on Islington) that both do brisk business in pizzas predominantly for dine-in. Their 15 signature 'zas feature standouts like the seafood topped Friuli or the thoughtfully covered Piemonte that pairs prosciutto with mushrooms and artichokes.
This Queensway eatery is like nearby Rocco's, but keeps the menu focused on only the most essential Italian-American specialties like fresh salads, hot sandwiches, pastas and, of course, pizzas. Here, pies come topped as requested - no wacky ingredients or pre-selected combinations offered.
Since 1963, this mom and pop pizza shop has earned a reputation for delicious pizza, covered in generous layers of bubbling cheese and toppings. The local favourite is hands down the double pepperoni available by the slice or made fresh to order with little crisp and greasy, neon-staining slices of meat.
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