The Best Pizza in Toronto
The best pizza in Toronto is little a slice of heaven. The delectable union of cheese, sauce and crust is undeniably delicious in all of its many forms, from thin, crispy crusts to cheesy deep dish squares.
Here is the best pizza in Toronto.
Four locations have set the bar high for Neapolitan pizza in Toronto. Pies ranging from the humble Margherita to the decadent duck confit pizza adhere to the strict specifications set by the VPN resulting in thin, leopard-like crusts. More »
Southern Italian-style pies are the specialty from this mini-chain. Find over two dozen varieties topped with fresh and thoughtful ingredients. While it's hard to go wrong here, the Puzza dressed with mushrooms, ham, mozza, mascarpone and gorgonzola is divine. More »
Four locations strategically positioned around the city have made these delicious pies available for delivery from Keele to Bayview and everywhere in between. The menu here is short and straightforward with signature pies like Margherita, pepperoni, and kale and bacon. More »
Wood-fired pizzas are a standout on the menu at this traditional Italian eatery in Etobicoke. The pizzaiolo here prides himself on delicious creations like the Anna Maria that sees the classic combination of red sauce and mozzarella paired with hot soppressata, mushrooms, red onions and Brie. More »
Get premium pizza pronto at Maker. Choose from a lineup of white and red pies, including house favourites like Porkys (pork shoulder sugo and stracciatella) and the Little Deuce Coop (roasted chicken, peppers and ricotta). More »
Craft beer and pizza are a winning recipe at this Bloorcourt pizza joint. Customize your perfect 'za to order or stick to the house specialties (available in slices too) including the Thanks, Obama!, a pizza featuring BBQ Spam, pineapple and parmesan layered over a base of tomato sauce and gooey mozzarella. More »
This popular local chain of pizzerias operates three locations. Over two dozen pies on the menu range from classics like the marinara to ultra-indulgent options like the namesake, two-decker pizza featuring a whole Margherita set atop a ricotta, prosciutto cotto, hot soppressata and mushroom pie. More »
Descendant in Leslieville is Toronto's only Detroit-style pizzeria. Pizzas here are a rectangular, deep-dish affair and include options like the Soppressata Marmalade blanketed with salami, mozzarella, caciocavallo and a chili-spiked honey. More »
Continuing the tradition of Neapolitan pizza making in Toronto, QMP's three locations serve up a dozen yummy pies in a casual sit-down setting. Highlights include La Scala, topped with fior di latte, sweet and crispy pork belly, asiago, red onions, salmoriglio, hot peppers and arugula. More »