Keep your eye on the pie at these Danforth pizzerias

The Danforth might be known for its plethora of authentic Greek restaurants, but there are also quite a few pizza joints in this east end 'hood. Check out these local pizzerias next time you're craving a slice of Italy in the heart of Greektown.

Danforth Pizza House

920 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON M4J 1L9

A Danforth institution for over 50 years, many of the store’s original features have been preserved, including the countertops and seating. The dough is mixed by hand and cheese is grated fresh daily. You can taste the freshness of the ingredients in every bite and the cheese is delicious and expertly-browned in their old school pizza oven. Seating space is limited, so takeout is recommended.

Pizzeria Libretto

550 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON M4K 1P8

If you’re looking for authentic Italian pizza, look no further than Pizza Libretto. These are the kinds of pies you’d expect to get only when travelling in Italy. In addition to serving some of the best gourmet pizza in the city – you can even get duck confit pizza – the menu includes arugula salad and grilled calamari. Make sure to try the desserts, too, like lemon mascarpone tart and raspberry coulis.

Panzerroto Pizza

884 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON M4J 1L7

This chain’s location on the Danforth offers the kind of exceptional service and mouth-watering pizza typical of any Panzerotto Pizza in the city. You’ll also find Buffalo wings, hot sandwiches, salads, pasta, wedges and onion rings on the menu, as well as weekly deals that are great for pizza lovers on a budget. The panzerottos are expertly-prepared and savoury, with a cheesy and delicious stuffing.

Domino's Pizza

873 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON M4J 1L8

Located between Pape and Donlands Subway Stations, Domino’s serves up hot, fresh and delicious pizza that’s perfect for mealtime without breaking the bank. While the pizza here is always reliable, this location is famous for its add-ons, like garlic cheese bread and Buffalo wings. The service is always warm and friendly and the delivery times from this Domino’s location are hard to beat – sometimes you’ll get your pie in 20 minutes.

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