Pizza places to get perfect pies in the Beaches

The latest celebrity diet craze calls for pizza and more pizza. Exercise, fruits and veggies, and all that good stuff can wait until after you’ve sampled the best pizza the Beaches have to offer. Potato pizza: a potato is a vegetable, right?

Pizza Pizza

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678 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4M 1G8

With good pizza at an affordable price and numerous locations (including The Beach), finding a handy store for walk-in or delivery will never be a problem. Salads, pastas and Italian sandwiches further set this chain apart from the big fish in the pizza sea.

Casa Di Giorgio Restaurant

1646 Queen E, Toronto, ON M4L 1G3

This classically cozy Italian restaurant serves a wide range of traditional pastas and pizzas in a family-friendly atmosphere. The full bar and extensive menu tell you that this is not just a pizza place although pies are central to their business. Choose from more than 20 different varieties made with fresh and basic ingredients. There are heaters on the patio to extend the season for al fresco dining.

Panzerotto Pizza Ltd

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1062 Kingston Rd, Scarborough, ON M1N 1N4

This chain has many locations, east end included, to satisfy your urge for their classic panzerotti. A 30-year-old recipe that only gets better with time, it’s like a calzone, but thicker, with more goodies stuffed inside. They’ll deliver to almost any corner of the city, and if you don’t want to cook for the family reunion, they cater.

Pizza Nova

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1928 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4L 1H5

Gluten-free pizza never tasted so good. Their website even includes handy and informative charts showing the nutritional values per slice and type of pizza and potential allergens in each pie and topping. In the take-no-prisoners Toronto pizza wars, they’ve carved out a niche as the totally transparent, health-sensitive chain, also offering dairy-free cheese. The emperor has no clothes, and he is proud of it.

Mamma's Pizza

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2118 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4E 1E2

The specialty here is gourmet vegan pizzas, and lots of them. If you’re going meatless, get on board with Mamma’s; the Giardino Classic (is that? It is! Broccoli!), Eggplant Parmigiana, the all-veggie, Gourmet Delight and European Classic, all come piled with cheese and veggies. And for the starchy richness that might just replace your protein craving, the Potato Pizza includes roasted spuds, basil pesto, spinach and cheddar cheese.

You don’t have to travel to Vietnam to try authentic pho – it’s available right here in Victoria. So put away your passport and visit one of the Vietnamese restaurants below. Soon you’ll be sipping on savoury broth, seasoned with traditional Vietnamese spices and full of tasty meat and veggies. Close your eyes and you might forget you’re in Canada!
Eating out doesn’t have to be expensive – and you don’t have to sacrifice quality or taste just to get a good deal. Luckily for us, there are a number of Victoria eateries that offer satisfying meals for less than $10. Drop in, fill up, and leave with the energy you need to make it through the rest of your afternoon.
Student life can be hectic, so you need food that’s tasty, quick and, most importantly, cheap. Here are some of Victoria’s most student-friendly off-campus restaurants. Some are just down the street; others are a short bus ride downtown. But all of them have cheap eats that’ll keep you fuelled from frosh week to finals.
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