Where to grab a slice of pizza in Liberty Village Toronto

Liberty Village locals will find a surprising number of shops and eateries nestled amongst the refurbished loft buildings and glass condo towers that make up this evolving ‘hood. The pizza scene here might not be as noteworthy as in other parts of the city, but there are still plenty of places to grab a slice of ‘za on the other side of the tracks. Here are local eateries that’ll curb your cravings.

Magic Oven

127 Jefferson Ave, Toronto, ON M6K 3E4

Those with allergies and dietary restrictions can customize their pie to suit their individual preferences at this popular Toronto pizza chain. The menu features a wide variety of meat, chicken, seafood, veggie and vegan pizzas (available in 10-inch or 16-inch) that can be modified with wholegrain, organic spelt or gluten-free crust. If you’re feeling really picky, build your own personal pie and choose from a variety of healthful and original toppings like steamed kale, seared salmon, Tandoori sweet potato and herb marinated Portobello mushrooms.

Liberty Village Market & Café

65 Jefferson Ave, Toronto, ON M6K 1Y3

This popular grocery store-café has a wide variety of foodstuffs to choose from, and the option to sit at one of the tables on site or take your meal to go. There’s a relatively small selection of premade pizzas, but all are made with high quality, fresh ingredients. If you’re short on time (and on cash), this quick takeout spot is your best bet.

Caffino Restaurant

1185 King St W, Toronto, ON M6K 3C5

If you like your pizzas named after women, this is your place. This is a delightful Italian restaurant offers a romantic ambiance and a selection of six traditional thin crust pizzas. The Margherita is a perennial favourite but you might fall in love with the Maria, which arrives loaded with rapini, artichokes, roasted red peppers and roasted garlic. This picturesque restaurant inside a refurbished carpet factory is often booked for private events (especially on summer weekends) so be sure to call ahead to max sure they’re open.

Williams Landing

120 Lynn Williams St, Toronto, ON M6K 3N6

This large restaurant, open for lunch and dinner, offers classic thin curst pizzas with a decidedly modern twist. Daring diners can opt for the internationally-inspired Vietnamese pizza topped with chicken, house picked red onion and carrots, cucumber and a citrus hoisin sauce. Prefer something a bit more traditional? Carnivores will love the charcuterie pizza, made with locally smoked bacon, prosciutto, salami and dates. Stop in during the day and order the lunch special, which include a half pizza (chef’s daily creation) and a side salad.

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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