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  • Sure, the newly-opened Gusto 101 is yet another Italian restaurant, but there are a few things that set it apart: the location was originally an auto body shop (it still retains its original exposed brick walls and steel beams), it features a unisex lavatory and, most importantly, it has an in-house winery, where the wine is served on tap for one dollar an ounce.

  • The dimly lit interior of Il Covo, flanked with its antique mirrors atop exposed brick walls and plush green velvet couch, provides the perfect atmosphere to enjoy a glass of wine. Il Covo’s seasonal menu spotlights modern Italian, including a selection of fresh pastas and shareables, like burrata, cured meats and warm focaccia bread drizzled

  • La Vecchia combines the authentic flavours of Old World Italy with New World sensibilities and has won numerous awards and accolades over its 25 years in Toronto. Open for brunch, lunch and dinner, La Vecchia’s menu features Italian staples, like pizza and pasta, as well as seafood dishes and a variety of sides. There are

  • Those hoping to grab some pre-opera nosh at Little Anthony’s are in for a surprise. Gone is the 17-year old haunt; in its place sits LA’s Italian and Bar, a completely revamped version of the downtown eatery.

  • Perfectly blistered pizza crust, fresh tomato sauce and gooey mozza flagged with fresh basil? For only $10, three days a week? Somehow the Junction triangle has been gifted the dreamiest bodega there ever was. It’s the work of a former Terroni kid, David Mattachioni, who has taken his knowledge and run with it. There’s also

  • Over the last 20 years, brothers Robert and Gus Savonarota, have built a large and loyal following of diners, thanks to their menu of classic Italian fare, including pizza, panini and pasta dishes, like fettuccine Siciliana and orecchiette aromantica. Customer favourite pies included the pizza campagnola topped with smoked mozzarella cheese, potato, crumbled sausage, caramelized

  • Napoli Centrale knows good Italian food. With classic Neapolitan-style cuisine, this southern Italian restaurant takes it cues from the trattorias of Italy and serves only the freshest and best quality fare. With a traditional menu, featuring everything from wood-fired pizzas to homemade pastas, this place feels a lot like nonna’s kitchen. The atmosphere here is

  • Nodo offers casual Italian with a menu featuring a wide range of classic and regional dishes prepared by traditional standards, alongside new and creative interpretations. The menu focuses primarily on pizza and pasta but also includes appetizers, salads and desserts, all house made from scratch. Nodo also serves beers, wines and cocktails as well as

  • Osteria Rialto is the flagship restaurant in the historical Paradise building which also houses Bar Biltmore and Paradise Theatre. The restaurant, spearheaded by executive chef Basilio Pesce and bar director Robin Goodfellow (Bar Raval and PrettyUgly), takes its inspiration from non-regional Italian cuisine, using ingredients found in Ontario. This means Rialto is dedicated to Italian

  • Nortown’s own Padella is a great little taste of Italy way outside little Italy. Step inside into the warm ambience of modest yet refined decor, which, like the menu, is simple and straightforward, with no distractions, allowing for the flavours of the quality ingredients to be the star of the show. The fare is more

  • Victor Barry had Splendido. He was chef/owner and it was fancy and delicious and beautiful … and not so full. Because fancy is over. It’s gone the way of quiche and French onion soup. Also, Mr. Barry (so he says on the menu of his new resto) wanted to slow down and be more family-focussed.

  • St. Clair West's latest pizzeria hasn’t opened yet, but co-owner Danilo Scimo has a pretty good idea what won’t be on the menu. “You’re not going to find pineapple on your pizza here,” he says. Instead, expect sauce from DOP tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella, porcini mushrooms or basil. Authentic Neapolitan pizza in Toronto has just found a new advocate in Pizza e Pazzi, set to open mid-April.

  • To know ’em is to love ’em with Pizzeria Libretto. The chain of Neapolitan pizzerias is one of the city’s best known because it is so many people’s favourite. You should definitely come for the pizza no matter if you’re vegan, gluten-free or dairy-free. The funghi di boscowhite pizza is one of Pizzeria Libretto’s most

  • Pizzeria Via Mercanti has gotten some big praise over the last couple years for its good pizza and Italian eats. Originally on Augusta Avenue in Kensington, this pizzeria now has five locations all over the GTA. Opened in 2012, this Romano pizzaiolo is committed to serving truly authentic Neopolitan-style pizza. The menu is full of

  • It’s not every day that a fashion icon decides to open a pizzeria. But, that’s exactly what Joe Mimran (Joe Fresh, Club Monaco), and his business partner and respected hospitality veteran Tony Longo (Splendido, Centro, INK Entertainment Group) did, with the recent opening of Quadro Ristorante in the heart of Toronto’s Little Italy neighbourhood. The

  • When the Columbus Centre first opened in 1980, Ristorante Boccaccio quickly became a staple for the Italian-Canadian community centre. In May, after being closed during the pandemic, the restaurant was revived by Chefs Luciano Schipano and Anthony Sestito to create a space more modern and vibrant. But one thing hasn’t changed: the quality of food

  • Carmine Costantino has been in the service industry for years. He founded Zaza Espresso Bar in Yorkville, and he’s owned a slew of restaurants across the city. So when he decided to open his own Neapolitan pizzeria, he got serious. He placed a job ad in a Naples newspaper and landed three chefs from the motherland, including pizza maestro Pasquale Ponticiello.

  • Just off Yorkville Avenue, the gorgeous new Sofia restaurant occupies the the former home of chocolate purveyor Morroco and the legendary Coffee Mill restaurant. When we visited, owner (and T.O. club king Charles Khabouth was just outside talking with two staff members. He entered the restaurant with us, and discussed the new space as if

  • A restaurant so nice they named it twice! Ristorante Sotto Sotto is the Annex’s long-established destination for upscale, south-central Italian fare with all food made as if it were the old country. Owner and founder Marisa Rocca moved to Toronto from Rome over 25 years ago and, through much hard work and determination, has an

  • Spaccio is Terroni‘s central kitchen, an artisanal hub, eatery and storefront all in one. This massive, industrial space in Corktown has been a dream of owner Cosimo Mammoliti’s for over five years. With ten businesses, including their wine agency Cavinona and their online store La Bottega di Terroni, this restaurant group has become a household