Pizza, Italian, Vegetarian options
Open now 11:30 - 22:00
$$$$ Price range per person CAD 11-29
550 Danforth Ave, Toronto
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Having seen Holy Name Parish, it's time to have a rest at this pizzeria. At this place you can taste the Italian cuisine. Pizzeria Libretto offers mouthwatering pizza margherita, meatballs and arugula salads. To try nicely cooked gelato, tiramisu and biscotti is a truly nice idea. Delicious craft beer, house wine or margaritas are waiting for you at this place. It might be cool to enjoy great espresso.

The great location of this spot makes it easy to reach by any transport. Imagine a combination of tasty meals and the competent staff, this is exactly what this pizzeria provides you with. The fabulous service is something these restaurateurs care about. Here you will pay attractive prices. There is a peaceful atmosphere and spectacular decor at Pizzeria Libretto. Zomato users gave this place 4.5 according to the Zomato rating scale.

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Great food and good service.
I live in New York and we were visiting family in Toronto, they have dinner here often so we tagged along. When I say this pizza is comparable to New York pizza I could not be more serious. The dough was amazing, the sauce had an incredible flavor, toppings were fresh. My son said it's the best pizza he's ever had and he has only eaten New York style pizza in New York. He also thoroughly enjoyed his Shirley Temple. If we visit Toronto again, Libretto will definitely be a place we will eat.
Great pizza, but not-so-great service. My boyfriend and I were craving some Neopolitan pizza for dinner. After looking at a couple of other places, we decided on coming to Pizzeria Libretto. The restaurant was a little busy when we arrived at 7:00 pm, but there was no wait. The restaurant is quite spacious with plenty of tables and seats at the bar. They even have tables and a private dining room downstairs, which would be great if coming with a large group. There were many families with young children, so be warned that it can get a bit loud with all the crying and screaming toddlers. Let's start this review on a good note--the food was great. We ordered the Prosciutto di Parma & Arugla and the feature pizza, which was identical to the 'Nduja Sausage but topped with some fresh tomato slices. Both pizzas tasted amazing and left us craving more. The 'nduja sausage was a little spicy and it added a nice kick in contrast to the sweet juiciness of the tomatoes. The proscuitto was equally delicious and really melted in your mouth. For dessert we got the tiramisu, which like the pizza, was delicious. It was rich and moist and the espresso-soaked layers were an absolute delight. I would easily give the food a 4.5/5, but the service was really what knocked down some stars for me. To start, the server expressed disappointment that we didn't order any appetizers, to which we kindly explained we were saving room for dessert. We waited an hour for our second pizza to arrive. We watched as tables around us were seated, ate, and left, yet we were still waiting for our food. Our server offered no apology or explanation for the wait. We waited another 20 minutes after eating to be given the dessert menu and 20 minutes for our dessert to arrive. By the time we left our legs were cramped from sitting for over 2 hours (WAY too long for a casual dinner). Other than the kids with their families, we were definitely the youngest pair in the restaurant (we're both in our early/mid-20s). All the tables around us got their food fairly quickly and was checked in on frequently, so I'm not sure if age was the reason why we received bad service. Despite the amazing food, this uncomfortable experience really turns me away from returning.
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Address
550 Danforth Ave, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Features
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Takeaway Booking Wheelchair accessible No Wi-Fi Parking TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 11:30-22:00
MondayMon 11:30-22:00
TuesdayTue 11:30-22:00
WednesdayWed 11:30-22:00
ThursdayThu 11:30-22:00
FridayFri 11:30-23:00
SaturdaySat 11:30-23:00

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