Although food delivery from chain restaurants can definitely hit the spot when a craving comes along, the best pizza delivery in Toronto and the GTA comes from local restaurants! With so many different styles of pizza — from Italy to Detroit and New York — you don’t have to limit yourself to the same flavours again and again.
Check out the 15 best pizza delivery options in Toronto and the GTA and discover something new for your next takeout order!
Maker Pizza offers a taste of New York and Italy in Toronto, with two locations in the city: Avenue Road and Cameron Street. Backed by respected executive chef Matty Matheson, the restaurant offers pizza made with fresh ingredients and unique flavour combinations that keep customers going back. Along with contactless delivery, Maker now offers curbside pick up, too.
As the name suggests, North Of Brooklyn serves Brooklyn-style pizza pies that come in 14″ or 18″ options. Along with its simple yet delicious salads and bread sides, North of Brooklyn is a no-brainer for delivery.
Located in downtown Toronto, General Assembly Pizza takes pride in using fresh and simple ingredients from Italy and Canada. In addition, the pizza at this restaurant is fired in ovens from Naples, giving its crust a beautiful colour and flavour. So, for a Neopolitan style pizza with a twist, General Assembly is a must-try. Or if you fancy making your own za, you can order one of the resto’s frozen pre-made pies or make-at-home kits.
An old school staple in Little Italy, Bitondo Pizzeria provides the simple comfort of family restaurants of the past. The menu includes classic pizza flavours, sandwiches, panzerotti, and even pasta! A family pizza party would be complete with delivery from this classic spot!
Blondies Pizza sets itself apart from traditional pizza joints with its super Instagram-friendly pink and white boxes and the red and blonde sauces offered on the menu. As well, you can customize your order with toppings, find vegan and gluten-free offerings, specialty salads, and homemade soft serve to complete your pizza party!
Founded in 2016, Village Pizza creates upscale Neapolitan Pizza for the masses. Their menu ranges from classic Margherita and Pepperoni to vegan varieties, and more unconventional flavours using BBQ Spam! Place an order at the Dovercourt Rd. or Dundas St. West locations in Toronto if you’re lucky enough to live in the delivery range.
If you’re craving traditional Neapolitan pizza, Eataly has what you’re looking for. The restaurant teamed up with the experts at Rossopomodoro, a Napoli-based pizza company, to bring you authentic flavours from Italy. From their perfect crust to the use of seasonal toppings, Eataly ranks high on a pizza lover’s list. Not to mention, Eataly also recently launched DIY pizza and pasta kits.
Oretta on King West is an Italian restaurant that celebrates rustic Italian food that is both simple and flavourful. Although choosing among Oretta’s six pizza options won’t be easy, rest assured none of them disappoint. That’s because Oretta uses fresh, quality ingredients like burrata, fior di latte, meats, and more!
Queen Margherita has a passion for making Neapolitan pizza made with only the best, ethically sourced ingredients. The outcome is authentic flavours that keep customers going back for more. Plus, find Queen Margherita locations from the east to the west end of Toronto, with delivery and pickup!
Located in Toronto’s Parkdale and Ossington neighbourhoods, Superpoint Pizza now offers takeout from Thursday to Saturday on UberEats. Chef and co-owner Jonathan Poon, who also co-owns Toronto hot spots like Paris Paris, Nice Nice, and Bar Fancy, doesn’t disappoint with this incredibly popular pizza joint! Keep it simple with Superpoint’s three classic 18″ offerings: cheese, pepperoni, and veggie.
Scaddabush takes rustic Italian cuisine to the next level with fresh, homemade ingredients. The restaurant’s take on Neopolitan pizza can be described as refined comfort food and is available for take-out and delivery from their locations across the GTA including Oakville, Scarborough, Burlington, Richmond Hill, and downtown locations.
As Toronto’s first-ever Detroit Style pizza joint, Descendant quickly built a reputation for itself, and a great one at that! Unlike best-known styles of New York or Neopolitan pizza, Detroit-style pizza is based on the Sicilian tradition of pizza making — square slices, not round! Plus, if you love cheese, sauce, and a thick-yet light and fluffy crust, Descendant is worth trying!
There’s a reason Pizzeria Libretto has successfully opened multiple locations across Toronto since it first opened in 2008 — it’s absolutely delicious! And now you can enjoy delivery or pickup of Libretto’s wood-fired Neapolitan-style pizza from two of its popular locations: Danforth Ave. or King St. West.
If you’re a true pizza fanatic, then you’ll be pleased to hear that Terroni offers twenty-three made-to-order, delicious, thin-crust pizzas on its menu. This restaurant has long been a favourite of Italian food lovers and now you can discover what all the fuss is about by ordering from select Toronto locations available on DoorDash and UberEats.
A gem of North York, Speducci Mercatto is an award-winning Italian eatery and butcher that makes eating fine food accessible for all! Now offering takeout and delivery for its menu of gourmet oven pizza, it’s a perfect choice for those who miss eating out.
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