Excellent pizzerias in Vancouver's Kitsilano

Pizza seems to be everyone’s favourite food, and there's nowhere in Vancouver that that's more evident than in Kitsilano. Here are awesome pizzerias to get you started. [Photo © Yellow Pages / Pages Jaunes]

Nook Restaurant

1
1525 Yew St, Vancouver, BC V6K 3E5

Just a short walk from Kits beach, Nook is one of the neighbourhood’s most popular pizzerias, and also one of its busiest. The casual atmosphere makes it the perfect setting for a few drinks and a light meal with friends. Nook is open for both lunch and dinner, as well as brunch on the weekends.

Nat's New York Pizzaria

2
2684 Broadway W, Vancouver, BC V6K 2G3

Opening its first location in Kits in 1992, Nat’s has since gone on to be voted the best takeout pizza in Canada, and it’s easy to see why. It has dedicated itself to creating the most authentic New York-style dough, along with some of the best tomato sauce in the city. There are all the standard toppings, including options for both vegetarians and meat lovers.

Rocky Mountain Flatbread

3
1876 1st Avenue W, Vancouver, BC V6J 1G5

Rocky Mountain Flatbread has gone out of their way to source ingredients locally and even grow some of their own. The pies are all baked in artisan ovens, ensuring high temperatures and short baking times. Some of the most popular pies include the Farmer’s Market Vegetarian and the Apple Chicken.

Novo Pizzeria & Wine Bar

4
2118 Burrard St, Vancouver, BC V6J 3H6

The folks at Novo import their stone-ground Caputo flour directly from Italy and then age the dough for 48 hours to ensure a complex flavour and texture. All their crusts are shaped by hand and topped with fresh ingredients, including their own homemade tomato sauce. This attention to detail combined with a casual fine-dining atmosphere makes this one of the best pizza experiences in the neighbourhood.

Napoletana Pizza Ltd

5
2576 Arbutus St, Vancouver, BC V6J 3Y2

This pizza joint on Arbutus focuses on providing customers with the freshest pizzas in the shortest time possible. Their dough and sauces are all made in house with organic vegetables and meats. They have more than three dozen specialty pizzas from which to choose, but if you still can’t decide, you can also create your own custom pie. If you have a sweet tooth, end your meal with a delicious scoop of gelato.

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