Post-bar, Pizza Gigi for sure! Date night, Cafe Diplimatico in Little Italy has a great patio and amazing pizza
189 Harbord St. | (416) 535-4444
“Stop in for a taste of Italy at Pizza Gigi! In business for over 41 years, we are a family-oriented restaurant that serves the best pizza with only the finest fresh ingredients. Dine in or take out a piping hot pie tonight. We offer small, medium, large and extra large sizes with all the freshest traditional toppings, such as savory sausage and spicy pepperoni. You can choose from thin and thick crust.”
“Cafe Diplomatico was first opened in 1968 by Rocco Mastrangelo Sr., shortly thereafter younger brother Paul came on board. The brothers envisioned having a typical Italian bar where Italian nationals could gather in the morning over coffee. At a time in Toronto when outdoor dining was almost unheard of, the sunny patio quickly caught on and now almost 4 decades later what started out as an innovation in the neighborhood has now set the standard. Over the years the popularity of the Diplomatico has caused the bar to expand into a full restaurant eventually taking over the store next door as well. The dip (as it is affectionately referred to by it’s many regulars) has had staying power due to it’s versatile & reasonably priced menu paired with it’s comfortable & unpretentious atmosphere.”
Not super close to UofT but the best is Terroni!
57 Adelaide St E | (416) 203-3093
720 Queen Street W | (416) 504-0320
“Terroni is rooted in traditional Italian cuisine, wine, and culture and we work tirelessly to give our customers a distinctly southern Italian experience.”