Even if you know the address you'll walk straight past it, I promise. It's a totally shy and unassuming spot along the Danforth that's absolutely no fuss. No slices here. No zany toppings or weekly specials - just no nonsense pies and your choice of pop, water or Brio to drink. That's it. Call ahead to place your pickup order or dine in if you like, but it's cramped in here. There's no delivery, but you won't mind making the trek so you can see your pizza go from dough ball to flattened disc to all dressed, baked and gooey. You can watch every stage as it's happening.
I wanna scream the following at you in all caps, but for sanity purposes I won't (but just picture it):
An entire small pizza.
Made from beginning to end (~15-20 minutes) before your very eyes.
By a father and son team since the 1960s.
Not a joke. Add toppings for $1 each - even if you add mushrooms, tomatoes and green peppers you're still looking at $10 flat. You can't get a Dominoes or P-squared for that little, and this s@!t's coming to you fresh off the battello.
NOTE: Please note the opening hours. You can't call/show up here five minutes before close (they probably won't answer anyway) given the pizza-making process and expect to get in.
We had sausage, green pepper, mushroom, and onion and it was outstanding. Very flavorful sauce, nice firm crust, excellent toppings with good amount of cheese where toppings do not fall off unlike a lot of other TO establishments. This is more of a takeout place although they do have some limited seating. Also had coke in a glass bottle with... more