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  • Nothing about Three Kingdom Pizza’s is like anything you’ve ever seen before. With over 1,000 locations in China, the eatery selected Toronto has the setting for their western expansion and though pizza is in its name, the guokui served here is the the size of an adult’s face and come stuffed that can be described

  • Italian is Italian, right? Absolutely not. This restaurant is here to share authentic and proud Italian cuisine with Toronto through their scratch-made pastas and Romano pizzas. Tosto means “determined” and “no nonsense,” and when it comes to homemade, there’s no nonsense here. The pasta noodles are mixed and extruded daily to complement the fresh toppings,

  • Visionary restaurateur and judge on Top Chef Canada, Janet Zuccarini opened Trattoria Nervosa 20 years ago, and today it remains one of the best Italian restaurants in the city. The Yorkville neighbourhood restaurant sits unassumingly in a small yellow house on the corner of Yorkville Avenue and Bellair Street. The wrap around street level patio

  • Tutti Matti serves food and wine that honours the spirit and culture of Tuscany. It is the fulfillment of a dream of chef Alida Solomon, who sought to bring both Tuscan food and culture to Toronto. The restaurant features an evolving menu that never strays too far from the original Tuscan concept, with both permanent

  • Deeply rooted in its southern Italian heritage, Tutto Pronto keeps it simple with its impeccable Italian fare and inviting atmosphere. With a focus on the best and freshest ingredients, the menu is a celebrated selection of stripped down Italian classics that highlight the beautiful flavours in each individual dish. The menu here is made up

  • Extreme Brandz — the company responsible for Extreme Pita, Mucho Burrito and Purblendz — has opened a new Italian street food restaurant in North York called Via Cibo. It’s a middle ground between sit-down dining and fast-food, which means casual service (orders are placed at a counter) and fare that goes beyond typical fast food.

  • Inspired by tours through Italy, owners Jon Vettraino and Jason Romanoff, of the now closed the Commodore, have invited us on a journey to Italy at Viaggio, meaning “way” or “journey.” This pretty and minimalistic spot is using modern Canadian techniques and ingredients and incorporating them into traditional Italian fare. The cosy interior furnished with

  • A bright, modern mini-chain with eight locations around Toronto and the GTA, Vivo Pizza + Pasta offers classic Italian dishes at an approachable price. The menu checks all the boxes you would expect from a traditional Italian restaurant, covering antipasti, Neapolitan pizzas, and standard pastas like spaghetti carbonara and potato gnocchi topped with a choice

  • Wahlburgers, the famed burger restaurant founded by brothers Mark, Donnie and Paul Wahlberg, has made its mark on the Toronto restaurant scene. Wahlburgers is a casual spot to grab a beer and burger before heading to the game. The restaurant has casual bar and table service and serves up standard burger shop fare including freshly

  • Wanda’s Pie in the Sky has been a Kensington Market staple for over 10 years. The bakery is perched on a busy corner with a bright, multi-coloured interior. Each day, the team whips up a variety of pies, cakes and tarts made from scratch and with love, in addition to other smaller treats like cookies,

  • Zaza Espresso Bar’s location at 132 Cumberland St. has become a staple of Yorkville Village. The original founders, Carmine and Nancy, uphold Zaza’s roots to south Italian tradition, family and the belief that making the perfect espresso is an art form unto its own. The food options available, mostly baked goods, gelato and panini, are