The best pizza delivery in downtown Toronto

Pizza: it’s the staple of food delivery and go-to for a quick but gourmet treat. These downtown spots can quickly curtail your cravings, but many of them go beyond the pie, offering a slew of Italian classics and a wide variety of deliverables. [Image credit:]

King Slice

1130 Queen Street, Toronto, ON L4Y 4C5

Behold on of Queen West’s most beloved pizzerias for a late-night, foot-long slice (the downtown spot is open til 4:30 on the weekends and serves up its extra-long slices on not one, but two plates). But King Slice is also a prime option for pizza delivery, alongside offering other Ital options like pasta al forno and saucy sandwiches. Addition location at Bloor and Dundas West for hungry west enders ;)

San Francesco Foods

10 Clinton St, Toronto, ON M6J 2N8

San Francesco recently added a store on Queen West near Bathurst, but the original on Clinton Street has been a Little Italy fixture for more than 60 years. My parents used to buy their signature sandwiches there and then eat them at the neighbouring bar. There’s a full list of meats and vegetables, but the veal with eggplant and hot peppers wins every time. Be advised: the sandwiches are huge, so you probably won’t need much else.

North of Brooklyn Pizzeria

650 1/2 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1E4

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.

Pizza Gigi

189 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M5S 1H5

Easily the best pizza one can order at 3:30 am in Toronto. Pizza Gigi’s delivery zone is roughly bounded by King to the south, Lansdowne to the west, St. Clair to the north and Jarvis to the east. Hot tip: the go-to spot accepts cash only, so make sure your dollars and cents are counted before your late night delivery.

Pizza Rustica Inc

8-270 Wellington St W, Toronto, ON M5V 3P5

A favourite of celebrities – given it close proximity to the Rogers Centre and ACC – Pizza Rustica’s margerhita and signature Rustica pizzas are outstanding. The pastas are also huge crowd-pleasers, specifically the seafood or jambalaya linguine, and the braised beef ravioli. Hot tip: the bresaola and arugula appetizer is a must-try if you’re dining in.

Pizzaiolo Gourmet Pizza

416 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1X5

In terms of more traditional phone-up delivery options, Pizzaiolo’s selection has something for everyone. From the meat-heavy Godfather to the vegetarian Primavera and the eclectic Thai Pie, all bases are covered. Got a huge group of people to feed? Pizzaiolo stands out as the best of the local big-chain delivery spots.

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