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Where you need to eat Italian food in Toronto right now

There's no shortage of Italian food in Toronto but a couple of recent arrivals to the scene are showing there's still room to do something different.

From a pasta maker that supplies some of Toronto's top restaurants to a storefront at Union Station entirely dedicated to biscotti, there's lots to be excited about if you're into all things Italy, even if the Azzurri isn't playing in the World Cup.

In the latest episode of the Only in Toronto podcast we celebrate all things Italian and even check-in with a landmark that's been open 24/7 since the 1950's.

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Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez at Piano Piano


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