North of Brooklyn Pizzeria is a Brooklyn-inspired pizzeria, located on Queen West. The small menu features 4 selections with extra toppings available. You can get each selection as a slice or entire pie.
North of the real Brooklyn is Manhattan, where thin-crust New-York-style pizza originated. Toronto pizzeria North of Brooklyn riffs on the coy directional cue, proving that Canadians can do Neapolitan pies proper too. The Kale and Bacon is a hit, preferably with olives added. Deliveries are made by bike, so keep this in mind regarding the timing of your order.
If you’re looking for the buzz-worthy of pizzerias in Toronto, this is your stop. Between its three Toronto locations, North of Brooklyn delivers from Roncesvalles across to Parliament and from Bloor down to the Lakeshore (east of University, the southern boundary is King Street). The gist is this: gourmet Neapolitan-style pizza (read: thin-crust, light on the toppings) for dine-in, takeout by the slice or the pie, or on-bike delivery. Toppings are curated and oh-so fresh, the standard veggies and meats plus a few specialties (think arugula, anchovies, ricotta, and pecorino cheese).
You’ll find a hip crowd enjoying thin-crust ’za at this trendy Queen West pizzeria. Slices are available in four varieties: classic marghertia, pepperoni, white (topped with ricotta and arugula) and puttanesca, served with olives, scallions, capers and anchovies. The Church Street location also offers a kale and bacon slice on the menu. Don’t forget to ask for the house-made roasted garlic dip on the side.
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