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Best of Toronto

The Best Pizza in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / April 2, 2014

best pizza torontoThe best pizza in Toronto is a little slice of heaven, beloved for a seductive trinity of cheese, sauce and crust. Whether you're loyal to thin-crusted Neapolitan varieties, crispy stretched Roman-style pies or unabashed mozzarella-topped American classics, Toronto has a pizzeria to satisfy your craving.

Here is the best pizza in Toronto.

See also:

The Best Pizza Slice in Toronto
The Best Pizza Delivery in Toronto
The Best Late Night Pizza in Toronto
The Best Pizza in Etobicoke
The top 10 Neapolitan Pizza in Toronto
5 under the radar pizza joints on the east side of Toronto
The top 15 new pizza joints in Toronto
The Best Italian Restaurants in Toronto
The Best Calzone (Panzerotti) in Toronto
The Best Pide in Toronto

Pizzeria Libretto

Pizzeria Libretto

The Ossington and Danforth locations of this popular pizza spot are renowned for authentic pizza, made to to strict Neapolitan specifications and flash fired in a wood oven. Top quality ingredients draw a loyal following looking to dine on such offerings as duck confit ($17) and white anchovy ($15) pies. More »

Terroni

Terroni

With three outposts in Toronto (West Queen West, Rosedale and near the Financial District) this love it or hate it mini-chain serves over two dozen varieties of traditional Southern Italian style pizzas ranging from $13.50 to $19. Opt for a classic like the Margherita or try the cold, folded Ciccio loaded with prosciutto di parma, arugula, tomatoes and fior di latte. More »

Queen Margherita Pizza

Queen Margherita Pizza

The menu at QMP's two locations (soon to be three) covers the classics and then gets creative with a 14-pizza lineup ranging from $14 to $19. Try a white pizza like La Scala to discover the deliciousness of sweet pork belly on pizza paired with fior di latte, salmoriglio, red onions, hot peppers, arugula and asiago cheese. More »

North of Brooklyn

North of Brooklyn

The short and straightforward menu at this pizza parlour triumphs thin foldable slices ($4-$4.50) and whole pies ($19-$22) topped with seasonal combinations over a base of bright tomato sauce and gooey mozzarella. Hit up the original location near Queen and Bathurst or try the new one in The Village. More »

Pizzeria Via Mercanti

Pizzeria Via Mercanti

This pizzeria operates two locations, one in Kensington Market and the other on Elm Street. The menu bills almost two dozen Neapolitan style pizzas ($10 to $19) including the signature, two-layered version that boasts a Margherita pizza sandwiching a second pie covered with ricotta cheese, prosciutto cotto, hot soppressata and mushrooms. More »

Bitondo's

Bitondo's

Located on a sleepy residential stretch off the beaten path of Little Italy's main drag, this take-away counter specializes in old school pizza built on a base of sweet red sauce and oozing mozzarella. Italian-American comfort food at its best. More »

Buca

Buca

Splurge at this King West osteria on long stretched pizza like the ultra-rich Tartufo Bianco ($49) covered with taleggio cheese, duck egg yolk and freshly shaved white truffles. Scissors are provided for easy division. Who knew pizza could reach such refined heights? More »

Pizza e Pazzi

Pizza e Pazzi

Staying loyal to the traditions of Neapolitan pizza-making, this pizzeria with two locations on St. Clair does things with reverence to the old country, making dough from scratch and sourcing only the freshest ingredients. Your best bet is the 'nduja pizza topped with tomatoes, fior di latte, and spreadable spicy salami. More »

Pizzeria Defina

Pizzeria Defina

On Roncesvalles, this charming Italian ristorante offers a choice between thin blistering Neapolitan-style dough or the crispier firm crust characterized by the Roman style. Inventive pizza ($13 to $19) draws inspiration from other iconic foods, like the lasagna pizza covered with beef bolognese. More »

Mangia & Bevi

Mangia & Bevi

This King East pizzeria earns top marks for for its selection of red and white pies covered with thoughtful combinations like potatoes and pancetta ($15) or speck, brie and arugula ($16). Go gourmet with sumptuous topping options like truffle paste or buffalo mozzarella. More »

Ferro

Ferro

Adding a pizza or two to a multi-course Italian feast is a must at this family-owned and operated restaurant on St. Clair West. Select from an impressive roster of wood-fired pies ($13 to $16.50) available with premium toppings like nduja di calabria and fresh ricotta. More »

Falasca SPQR

Falasca SPQR

In the fashion of Rome, this Midtown pizzeria offers 40 or so options of pizza al taglio during the day. Baked in rectangular pans and sold by weight, each slice boasts a special crispy crust and is layered with premium ingredients like fresh buffalo mozzarella and chiodini wild mushrooms. More »

Discussion

103 Comments

John / April 2, 2014 at 02:16 pm
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Post should be titled Best Fancy Pizza
Natasha / April 2, 2014 at 02:19 pm
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Magic oven??? Who the hell puts these lists together? It's like you just gather up a list of popular places. Popular doesn't mean good.
Laura / April 2, 2014 at 02:23 pm
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FAMOSO!
Tee / April 2, 2014 at 02:25 pm
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Don't laugh but the Pizza Nova we order from has amazing pies. The sauce tastes authentic, the crust thin, the cheese is real. We love it. As for 'fancy' pizza, Pizza Banfi, Terroni, and Libretto are good.
Jackson / April 2, 2014 at 02:28 pm
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When I was growing up there wasn't one fancy place to get pizza, there was barely a place to sit down and order it. Now that's all there is, fancy, thin crust, Neapolitan pizza. Is Neapolitan pizza bad? No, but could someone in Toronto open a regular pizzeria with awesome pizza? That's the second problem, any existing regular pizzeria pizza sucks in Toronto. So, there are your options terrible pizzeria pizza and expensive, thin crust, gourmet pizza. There's nothing good in between.

William Earley / April 2, 2014 at 02:36 pm
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Pizzeria Libretto is Ossington and Dundas, not Ossignton and Danforth...
AC / April 2, 2014 at 02:39 pm
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This is probably among the most subjective of the Best of lists.

Having said that, EnzoPizzabar on Queen deserves a mention as does Via Mercanti in Kensington Mkt and on Elm St. Less fancy digs, but great eats.

Terroni's is stil the best, however, (he said rather subjectively)
Robert / April 2, 2014 at 02:47 pm
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Are the owners of North of Brooklyn opening a new location on Church Street?
cosmosuave / April 2, 2014 at 02:48 pm
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F'amelia
e replying to a comment from William Earley / April 2, 2014 at 02:48 pm
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Libretto has 2 locations... one on Ossington and one of the Danforth.
Enzo! / April 2, 2014 at 02:51 pm
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Sad that Enzo is not on here...and they deliver!

My list :)
1) QMP
2) Libretto
3) Enzo
4) North of Brooklyn
5) Via Mercanti
norm / April 2, 2014 at 02:56 pm
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A few years back we had practically nothing when it comes to Real Neopolitan Pizza. Now look at us. Boom!
Ally / April 2, 2014 at 02:59 pm
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what about piola near queen west and gladstone? torroni is totally overrated for their pizza or pasta. i don't understand the hype really. maybe i should try their location on Adelaide but after trying the queen st. west location many times in the past many years, i came to the final conclusion that the food doesn't worth the long wait during rush hours. i'd say go for piola or libretto.
john burke / April 2, 2014 at 03:00 pm
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As usual, the best in Toronto only takes place south of Bloor. Toronto goes form the Pickering Border top Mississauga and from Steeles to the lake.
Where are the Scarborough ones or the Etobicoke ones?

Come on people, stop being like NOW magazine and only include the downtown core area for the best of...

Ali / April 2, 2014 at 03:03 pm
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Piola in West Queen West is as good if not better than every other place on this list. They have locations all over the world including Italy. Prices are fair (half price wine on Wednesdays) and the quality is high.
B / April 2, 2014 at 03:08 pm
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Brass Taps at College and Dovercourt makes a great Pizza!
Fraser / April 2, 2014 at 03:08 pm
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Famoso is missing from your list. Right up there with Libretto.
TorontoFoodBwoy / April 2, 2014 at 03:13 pm
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^ Peasantry
Ryan / April 2, 2014 at 03:13 pm
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I think Blog TO needs to start doing two lists.. The Best Pizza in Toronto, and then rename this list to The Best Frou Frou Pizza in Toronto. C'mon, I'm looking for the best pizza in Toronto, not a place to waste $49 on some duck egg pizza. Nor am I looking for a "pizza" place that weighs their slices and charges by weight. Let's get real and create a real list.
smokeythebear replying to a comment from William Earley / April 2, 2014 at 03:15 pm
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Lets call him William Late instead.
EastSide4Life replying to a comment from William Earley / April 2, 2014 at 03:16 pm
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Tommasso's on Eastern Ave can give all these places a run for their money.
Daniel / April 2, 2014 at 03:29 pm
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Anyone know of a good Sicilian style place in the city?
Little Davide / April 2, 2014 at 03:31 pm
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I cannot believe people keep saying Pizzeria Libretto is #1. It has a VERY LITTLE selection (less than pizzas?), many of the traditional toppings are missing and the quality is OK (....and the only one time I went there I found a lovely hair on my pizza....oh, hold on, that's another topping to add). #3, #5, #8 & #10 are way better for sure! I'm Italian, so I guess I know how to judge pizzas...
Naila / April 2, 2014 at 03:39 pm
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Lo Zingero is amazing authentic pizza! It should be top of that list!!
Little Davide replying to a comment from Little Davide / April 2, 2014 at 03:42 pm
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I was meaning "less than 10 pizzas" ....
yochie / April 2, 2014 at 03:48 pm
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Hey! Whats wrong with Famoso?
valerieinto / April 2, 2014 at 03:48 pm
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Anyone sniffing about this being a Fancy Pizza list oughta go to Bitondo and have a lovely slice on their rickety bench.
J / April 2, 2014 at 03:54 pm
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What about By the Slice ? 2 Locations York Mills rd and Roncesvalles They do gluten free and vegan with soy cheese as well as lots of other great pizzas. Also..... your Toronto seems to be really tiny, only consisting of the downtown what about the rest of us?
Kristy / April 2, 2014 at 04:00 pm
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Stratenger's on Queen East should definitely be on this list. Woodfire pizza oven; crispy, light crust every time; and never any skimping on the tasty toppings.....yum!
Michael / April 2, 2014 at 04:00 pm
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Big House is a fav at our house.
Missing / April 2, 2014 at 04:06 pm
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No mention of Pizza Rustica? boo.
JF replying to a comment from john burke / April 2, 2014 at 04:19 pm
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For those unimpressed with the downtown-i-ness of this list:

Did you look at the "See also" section on this page? It has two other lists that might tickle your fancy:

Etobicoke: http://www.blogto.com/toronto/the_best_pizza_in_etobicoke/

East side of Toronto: http://www.blogto.com/eat_drink/2013/04/5_under_the_radar_pizza_joints_on_the_east_side_of_toronto/
CHOWHOUNDGTA / April 2, 2014 at 04:25 pm
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Pizza Libretto is at Ossington and Dundas. Semantics, we're sure.
yummy replying to a comment from AC / April 2, 2014 at 04:25 pm
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there are two locations, one on the danforth and one on ossington
Wren / April 2, 2014 at 04:26 pm
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No Buddha Pie? Come on! I'm always talking up Blogto and last weekend when in Montreal, was really wishing there was a similar site to peruse. But guys, seriously? Who is doing this research and are they soliciting their peers?
Jim Smith / April 2, 2014 at 04:28 pm
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How did Pizza Pizza not make this list? Amazing, authentic pies.
Lost My Pizza / April 2, 2014 at 04:30 pm
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We still love our http://frankspizzahouse.com should of made the list Best Pizza the family loves them
Shawn / April 2, 2014 at 04:42 pm
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How about adding Gusto 101 to this list. The pizza with the egg in the middle during brunch is amazing http://beforelastcall.ca/place/gusto-101-toronto
WTFBlogTO / April 2, 2014 at 04:44 pm
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It still annoys me that BlogTO doesn't clearly state (or even state anywhere) that these "Best of ..." lists are voted by the visitors. I can only conclude that they do it on purpose in order to generate more comments by angry visitors wondering how the most popular places are highest on the lists, which makes total sense if you realize this is voted list not curated by BlogTO. Come on BlogTO, just post clearly that this is "The best pizza in Toronto AS VOTED BY BLOGTO USERS." As-is, it's simply deceptive and unnecessarily so.
loper / April 2, 2014 at 05:00 pm
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Brass Taps? By The Slice? Pizza Nova? And this is why BlogTO commenters get a bad rap.
yt / April 2, 2014 at 05:16 pm
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ashen, gummy "crusts" do not a "best" or "pizza" make. but hey, someone eventually is going to listen to the kid telling you that the emperor has no clothes on that one.

on a related note: had a pizza from bitondo's last weekend where they shoved the 'roni under the cheese. which...sometimes can work if you have a salty enough meat that isn't going to taste like a microwaved piece of lunch meat...anyway...i think it was someone else's order, but whatever it was...it was bad. threw out most of it. usually they're a rock when it comes to making a decent pepperoni pizza.

anyway - i like these places that put actual toppings on their pizzas, but the "authentic" crust bs has got to end. it's not a good texture, it's not a good flavour, and the worst part is that it is functionally worthless. it's "bad design" if you will. authentic pizza to me, is food you can eat with yr hands. not something i need a diamond tipped razor blade to cut through.

gauntlet has been laid. cue terroni fans/owners defending their hopeless cause.
Alex replying to a comment from William Earley / April 2, 2014 at 05:29 pm
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They have 2 locations. One on Ossington and another one on Danforth
Sam replying to a comment from William Earley / April 2, 2014 at 05:48 pm
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There are 2 locations: one in Ossington and one in Danforth. They are referring to the 2 locations and not the intersection.
LOLsy replying to a comment from Ryan / April 2, 2014 at 06:57 pm
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Ha ha that is so, so funny! I totally agree. Thanks for the other poster for mentioning Pizza Nova here. Will try them next time. I don't really like Frou Frou peetsa!!!
Lorianne / April 2, 2014 at 07:14 pm
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Where is ENZOOOOOO??? Actually should be 1st on the list! Then again what does a hipster know about pizza? The delivery is a ++++
DonLo / April 2, 2014 at 07:21 pm
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my top 5.

Agreed Lorianne.

My Top 5
1. Enzo
2. Queen Margherita
3. Terroni
4. Ferro
5. M & B.

Libretto so over hyped!! Pizza is good but not top 5 way too messy and sloppy. North of Brooklyn?? lol no. Mercanti?? No No No No!!!! Anyways terrible list, mind as well put pizza pizza and pizzaiolo
Mike P / April 2, 2014 at 08:17 pm
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Mangia & Bevi is excellent - I ate there at least once a week for over 5yrs. However, I don't see Marcello's (Dufferin & St. Clair) on the list. This place, in my opinion, serves by far the best pizza in the city.
mike colle / April 2, 2014 at 08:18 pm
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Should read best Mangia Cake Pizza.How about trying some real places.
Zach Bist / April 2, 2014 at 08:44 pm
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You've got to be kidding me. Everybody knows that Pizza Pizza makes the best pizza in town.
Zach Bist replying to a comment from Zach Bist / April 2, 2014 at 08:45 pm
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Just kidding.
Karen replying to a comment from William Earley / April 2, 2014 at 09:04 pm
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There are 2 locations. One on Ossington, one on the Danforth. I think that's what the reviewer was saying.
Karen replying to a comment from DonLo / April 2, 2014 at 09:05 pm
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Have to disagree with Enzo. I've never done this before, but I actually had to add salt to it, because it had zero flavour.
Jacob replying to a comment from Karen / April 2, 2014 at 09:13 pm
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Have to disagree with Karen, don't think she's ever had enzo's pizza but it definitely deserves to be on this list. If you are adding salt to your pizza its because you are used to eating pizza pizza, pizza nova and low end pizza places. Pizza tastes amazing. My list would be Enzo, QMP, Terroni, Librettothe and the rest don't matter

Enrico / April 2, 2014 at 09:16 pm
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Marcello's. End of story.
Anna / April 2, 2014 at 09:21 pm
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1.QMP
2.Libretto
3. Enzo
4.Terroni
5. Buca

Max / April 2, 2014 at 09:34 pm
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It's not a pizza joint per se, and there are only three pies on the menu, but the pizza at THR & Co is really terrific.
BillyO / April 2, 2014 at 09:57 pm
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Solid list, the order is more or less right. I do agree Enzo, while not top 5 worthy should at least get a mention.
Snuggle Bunny / April 2, 2014 at 10:09 pm
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Danforth Pizza, yes BlogTO, it's not only west of Yonge where you find food in this city, there are restaurants on the East side of Toronto :)
Jenny / April 2, 2014 at 10:35 pm
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If BlogTo made a best of Instagrams, hands down Enzo would win. They actually have some funny postings. Our office orders every friday from them, they got my vote.
ron / April 2, 2014 at 11:11 pm
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papa ceo not being on this list immediately makes this list void.
ron replying to a comment from Snuggle Bunny / April 2, 2014 at 11:11 pm
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you mean between bathurst and spadina...ugh so eastern I can already see their effeminate flowing robes.
Grady / April 2, 2014 at 11:22 pm
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http://gelatopizza.com/

://www.albanypizza.ca/

://tonyandnicksplace.com/

In the Far west end Gelato Pizza, Albaney Pizza, Tony and Nicks on Dundas.



@Matt_EH / April 3, 2014 at 12:22 am
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Pizza Libretto is well deserved at the number 1 spot. But Terroni right after? I mean, I wouldn't be surprised if that made the bottom of the list, but number 2? I think you made a big mistake there, their pizza is sub-par for fancy pizzas.
Daniel / April 3, 2014 at 12:32 am
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No Fresca??? Give me a break!
Starry / April 3, 2014 at 12:48 am
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Another vote for Famoso here. Unfortunately I voted on this category and Famoso wasn't even an option. I added it as other but figured nothing would come of it since most people just pick stuff on the list. Too bad.
Jess replying to a comment from William Earley / April 3, 2014 at 07:56 am
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Hey, the article was referring to two different locations... i.e. the ossington location and the Danforth location...
Lana / April 3, 2014 at 08:03 am
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The omission of Vesuvios from this list makes it dismissible and inaccurate. The list is just wrong.
Reva / April 3, 2014 at 08:10 am
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The best pizza in the east end is a The Original Pizza Nova Ristorante at Kennedy and Lawrence. Soooooo good!
Hold the fish / April 3, 2014 at 08:54 am
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No talk about Frank's Pizza House on the list, you guys have no idea what your missing.
cosmosuave / April 3, 2014 at 08:55 am
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Strada II IV I on Spadina makes a good pie...
yoyo / April 3, 2014 at 09:30 am
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Toronto, you are miles away from serving any descent pizza in any restaurant. Just try to put real cheese for once and in quantity and you might taste what pizza really is. Or come to France or Italy and take some eating lessons. Just saying
gonzo / April 3, 2014 at 09:48 am
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This list is impossible.

You gotta break em into categories.
Best Neapolitan: Libretto
Best Traditional: Terroni
Best Chain: Nova
Best Chicago Style: Parlour
Best New York style?
Best sushi pizza? F*ck. why not.
Elliott F. replying to a comment from Daniel / April 3, 2014 at 11:26 am
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amen, my favourite pizza in the city
Conjunction Junction replying to a comment from Lana / April 3, 2014 at 11:35 am
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Yes, I know this is crowd-sourced and voted list but Vesuvios is the oldest and best in Toronto...

furcouch / April 3, 2014 at 12:23 pm
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FBI Pizza in Mimico (I think they have another location in Woodbridge) is hands-down the best delivery pizza I've ever had. Every person I've introduced it to agrees. The fact that it isn't included in this list is criminal. Ok, maybe not criminal...mild oversight?
Rachel replying to a comment from Lana / April 3, 2014 at 12:37 pm
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PREACH ON SISTER

1) Bitondos
2) Vesuvios
3) who cares. Those two are all that matters.
Sue / April 3, 2014 at 12:43 pm
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Classico Louie's Pizzeria on Yonge north of Eg: http://www.classicolouiespizza.ca

Tasty tasty!
Shagtastic / April 3, 2014 at 01:33 pm
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Gonna have to agree with some of the comments. How is Enzo in Queen west not on here? That Americano is gold. Im guessing its because they're new? Anyways the list should be broken down into categories as all pizza is different. Not bad for the most part
Professor Gadget replying to a comment from yoyo / April 3, 2014 at 02:39 pm
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LOL! How predictable. Thanks for pompously proving my point. No one makes good pizza here. Out of 6 million people, only YOU know what good pizza is. Lemme guess why.. you visited Italy once and are keen to show off? No one else in Toronto has ever been there but YOU!! hahahahaaha!
Taania / April 3, 2014 at 03:19 pm
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Not a fancy pizza by any means but the little whole in the wall, Danforth Pizza, makes excellent, authentic za! I also disagree with Libretto being #1.
Arby / April 3, 2014 at 06:14 pm
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There's a near the top of the pile here that I tried and absolutely would not include in top 10 list of great pizza spots. (Chains give you more than this scam joint gave us for our money.) Two that are not dedicated pizza spots but knocked my socks off are: Ferraro on Eglinton Ave W and another one up on Avenue Rd, east side, south of Dunblaine called Stratto.
Yoyo replying to a comment from Professor Gadget / April 3, 2014 at 07:27 pm
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Its just that I come from France, and we add real ingredients in our pizzas (not those fake ingredients + in small quantities). I know pizzaioli do something like 900% benefits with what they sell (everywhere in the world is the same unfortunately). I would recommend, instead of spending 20$ (or more) on a pizza here, buy the same value of flour, meat, cheese and vegetables from a good store and do it yourself. Its fun and I'm sure it will taste better, be thicker and fill you up. I know, its a bit of cooking, but if you love food then its the right way of doing it. I hope some day we'll be able to have a decent pizza in Toronto, it takes time, that's all :-)
lol / April 3, 2014 at 08:39 pm
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^^^^ what the hell do French know about making pizza? The best pizzerias in Toronto belong to people from Italy, where pizza is from and originated.
MisterLJ replying to a comment from William Earley / April 3, 2014 at 09:35 pm
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I think they mean the 2 locations: one on Ossington, and one on Danforth. Either way, their pizza sucks!
MisterLJ replying to a comment from Little Davide / April 3, 2014 at 09:39 pm
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I've been there 3 times, and every time it was worse than the time before. Soggy, limp, sticky crust; undercooked, soggy toppings that weren't fresh 3 days earlier; bland flavour.
The place is full of hipsters who only go there because it's trendy. I will never eat there again!
Carly replying to a comment from William Earley / April 4, 2014 at 10:33 am
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Libretto has two locations: one on Ossington, the other on the Danforth.
royce57 replying to a comment from MisterLJ / April 5, 2014 at 12:27 pm
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Couldn't have said it better myself. The pizza at libretto is sooooo overrated!!!! Pizza is soggy as hell and undercooked most of the time! Hipsters will be hipsters, they'll continue to follow trends.
Anon / April 7, 2014 at 12:39 pm
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Nice to see Ferro on this list. Another place that has nice pizza is Pizza Banfi in Forest Hill Village.
megr / April 7, 2014 at 05:43 pm
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Libretto is the best. I wish Pizza 73 from Alberta would come to Toronto. Yummmmmm. Dial 473-73-73, pizza 73!!!
Mimi replying to a comment from Jackson / April 8, 2014 at 04:59 pm
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Try Camarra's! It's been around for a very loooooong time. Pan pizza, thicker crust, crispy and filling. Typical of the Abruzzo region of Italy. Good stuff.
Lawro / April 9, 2014 at 02:47 pm
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Pizza 73 is essentially the pizza pizza of alberta, which is essentially garbage.
Cindy / April 13, 2014 at 12:36 pm
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Napoli Centrale is the new joint!
https://www.facebook.com/NapoliCentraleTo
Annie / April 17, 2014 at 04:36 am
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Pizzeria Defina on Roncesvalles. Great pizza...if inclined to use the hot oil, apply sparingly! Bonus was the veggie starters.. all notably good.(Brussel sprouts with bacon my fave.) Service excellent. Had a front row seat watching the pizza making in the back where the wood-fired oven is. All round good evening there.
Jer replying to a comment from Mimi / April 21, 2014 at 06:40 am
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Camarras on Dufferin St simply the very best that I have ever tasted
Alessia / April 23, 2014 at 06:02 pm
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Thanks Lana, you are right! Vesuvios on Dundas is the best! This list is therefore null and void :)
WhoSaid / May 13, 2014 at 04:09 pm
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One of the best pizzas I've had here in Hog Town is http://www.frankspizzahouse.com cozy little joint you watch the guy make your pizza at the bar. Always good to us Franks Pizza check it out.
Gaby / June 9, 2014 at 09:55 am
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In the Annex area just open a new pizzeria called Napoli Centrale!is much better then the major on the list in my opinion.Check the website! http://www.napolicentralepizzeria.com
Vinny / June 25, 2014 at 07:22 pm
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Teroni pizzza doesnt belon on this list... Any pizza that isnt cookedwood burning oven doesnt belong on this list...
unimpressed / July 20, 2014 at 02:30 pm
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What is it with Toronto sicifants?

There is no (repeat no) good pizza in this city at any price point. You have the world's most expensive Dominos, questionable "gourmet" options, and absolutely nothing in the middle of the road.

Pizza is so fracking easy to get right, but everywhere here manages to make what should be a tongue party taste like variations on the theme of waxed cardboard, and then charge $30 for the privilege. Are you guys born without taste buds or something?

There's a reason no one raves about the food in Toronto who isn't from Toronto: it's all over priced and unbelievably mediocre. But that's pretty much Toronto's curse: retail brands at a luxury prices.
Lois Fisk / August 4, 2014 at 03:01 am
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Please, how big is Toronto?! Don't you know the borders of the city?? Give a complete picture of this Mega City...Please!! Not all of us want to be in the downtown core on a regular basis. Give me a flippin' break!
Chris replying to a comment from Vinny / August 20, 2014 at 06:08 pm
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Please! Some of the best pizza in North America come out of deck ovens! Do your research. Wood fired doesn't mean great pizza.
E / August 21, 2014 at 10:53 am
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ENZO is by far the best in the city. I have bad libretto many times and terroni. Enzo is the best quality, service and overall experience. While not a sit down, the people and service is top notch when ordering in person or over the phone. The pizza is also ridiculous. Everyone is just as good as the other. You can't go wrong.
Sara / October 19, 2014 at 04:01 pm
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Enzo on Queen west is best I've had. Their delivery is on point as well. Wish I could walk there from liberty every day.

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