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Toronto pizzeria rolls back the prices to 1966

Take a trip through time today at one of Toronto's oldest pizzerias. To celebrate its 50th year in business, Gerrard Pizza is offering up its most popular menu items at their 1966 prices.

For today only, small 12-inch cheese pizzas are $1, spaghetti with tomato sauce is $1.25, a veal sandwich is $0.85 and a ham sandwich is a mere $0.40 -- welcome to the 60s, Toronto. It gives a whole new meaning to cheap eats, doesn't it?

This deal starts at noon and runs all day, but it's for takeout orders only. Along with the pizza, pasta and sandwich-related deals, the rest of Gerrard Pizza's menu will be 50 per cent off.


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