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This wasn't an easy one, but we have put together a comprehensive guide to the best pizza in Toronto. Whether you’re in the mood to grab a New York-style slice, a Chicago deep dish or a Neapolitan pie, we’ve got you covered when it comes to options. There is nothing quite as heavenly as that leopard-spotted chewy dough -- topped with an acidic, yet balanced San Marzano sauce and of course fresh buffalo mozzarella. Mouth-watering and ready to be devoured -- here is our list of Toronto’s standout pizza joints.
From the team behind Toronto's authentic Italian restaurant Sugo, Conzo's is serving up some equally delicious pies. The pizza cooks in a 650-degree wood oven and the results are absolutely remarkable.
You can choose from different size options and customize your toppings from a large range of options at this New York-style joint.
A quirky pizza shop by Toronto's famed Matty Matheson is doling out some seriously delicious pies with enviable leopard-spotted crust. The Real Pep God is the pepperoni pie to beat in the city.
Their burrata pizza. That is all that needs to be said.
Serving an authentic Neapolitan pie, which is cooked to perfection in their wood oven.
The margherita alone is to die for, so I guess their name makes perfect sense.
They arguably have the best pizza in the city, tons of options and the freshest ingredients. A great place to pick up a Roman-style slice.
This place is an Italian staple and their pizza is part of the reason why. A well-curated pizza menu paired with high-quality ingredients makes for the perfect slice.
From the team that brought you Paris Paris, Superpoint is a hip no-frills pizza spot on Ossington. You can get a whole pizza or order by the slice, it's up to you.
A lovely, relaxed setting for authentic Neapolitan pizza or some eccentric creations -- like the Korean BBQ pie. Plus, they have multiple locations.
Terroni is a master of Italian cuisine and their pizzas prove it. They are so authentic they don't even cut their pizzas in order to preserve the taste and structure.
Authentic Italian pizzeria in Corso Italia boasting a certification from the Associazone Verace Pizza Napoletana.
If you're a fan of the OG Gusto 101, then Gusto 501 will not disappoint. They have a Rapini e Salsice pizza that is divine and a must-order.
It's the only deep-dish Detroit-style pizza place in the city and it sure does it justice. Between the crunchy crust, pillowy dough and gooey cheese -- the pie is undeniably mouth-watering.
Because sometimes you just crave a greasy slice of 'za and there's no better place to satisfy your craving than King Slice.
You can fully customize and make your own pizza by choosing all of your own toppings at this fast-casual pizza chain.
Their pizza crust is cooked to perfection and they have a ton of great options for toppings. They even have a double-layered pizza if you're feeling hungry.
Spot for creative wood-fired pies in Roncesvalles.
Casual New York-style pizza joint doling out thin-crust pies.
Counter-service joint offering whole pies and pizza by the slice.
Relaxed pizzeria serving authentic Neapolitan pies in the Mount Pleasant neighbourhood.
From the Food Dudes team, the brightly-hued neon pink shop is serving up some excellent thick-crust pizza.
A classic family-owned spot for New York-style pizza. They've been around a while, which means they know how it's done.
You can grab them by the slice or for take-out. A quick and easy option for some delicious New York-style pizza.
Not much to say other than if you go here once, I can promise it won't be your last time. Brought to you by the same owners as Gusto 101, Nervosa sure knows how to do Italian fare.
Super cool, fast-casual spot serving high-quality pizza at low prices. Helmed by the famed pizza consultant from Roberta's pizzeria in Brooklyn.