2425 Yonge St., TorontoOne of the better Italian restaurants in an area inundated (Yonge and Eglinton) with them. The specialty here is pasta
240 Annette St., TorontoSlick little Italian trattoria caters to discerning Junction-area diners. Neapolitan-style pizzas are popular, as are the house-made pastas. Also features
167 East Liberty St., TorontoCasual Italian tavern features nonna-style nosh such as pizzas, pastas and panini, plus a variety of small plates for sharing.
2915 Eglinton Ave. W., MississaugaCombine a sports bar with an casual, family-friendly restaurant and you get this popular chain. Menu features 25 pizzas, plus
2011 Winston Park Dr., OakvilleCombine a sports bar with an casual, family-friendly restaurant and you get this popular chain. Menu features 25 pizzas, plus
594 College St., TorontoThis restaurant has been a staple in Little Italy since 1968. Affordable menu highlights a broad selection of Italian favourites
3003 Lake Shore Blvd. W.West-end restaurant focuses on rustic Southern Italian cuisine and wood-fired thin-crust pizzas. Dinner Wed.-Sun. Casual. Entrees: $11-$24. AE, MC, V.
1168 Queen St. E., TorontoLeslieville pizzeria specializes in Detroit-style pies—culinary descendants of deep-dish Sicilian pizzas that boast a thick but airy crust and cheese
12 Amelia St., TorontoCabbagetown gets an injection of Italian hominess with this pizza-and-pasta joint. Starters such as seared scallops with wild mushrooms set
193 Danforth Ave., TorontoA versatile restaurant on the Danforth—the brunch scene is as energetic as its late-night bar. Menu has broad appeal with
502 Eglinton Ave. W., TorontoIntimate space, colour-washed walls. Wood-burning oven turns out pizzas and calzone. The Sofia pizza consists of portobello mushrooms, fire-roasted onions
769 St. Clair Ave. W., TorontoDimmed lighting, exposed brick walls and wrought iron furnishings create a welcoming ambience at this popular St. Clair West eatery.
579 Mount Pleasant Rd., TorontoOriginal artworks by Italian painter Marco Sassone adorn the walls at this authentic trattoria. Patrons indulge in house-made Tuscan breads,
2405A Yonge St., TorontoOld-world ambiance and classic Italian cuisine in the trendy Yonge and Eglinton neighbourhood. Fresh fish and seafood are featured, with
89 Roncesvalles Ave., TorontoIntimate, easygoing Italian spot in the family-oriented Roncesvalles neighbourhood. Roman-style pizzas are the specialty, but a handful of pastas—plus salads
382 Spadina Ave., TorontoChinatown location of a GTA-based chain of casual Italian eateries. Fresh takes on standard fare like pizzas, salads and pastas.
68 Sudbury St. , TorontoDowntown Toronto location of a Vaughan-based chain of casual Italian eateries. Fresh takes on standard fare like pizzas and pastas.
2013 Yonge St., TorontoThe larger sister restaurant of Leslieville’s Lil’ Baci, the taverna offers a diverse selection of southern Italian dishes meant to
892 Queen St. E., TorontoRelaxed and rustic neighbourhood spot is the sister restaurant of Leslieville’s popular Kubo Radio. Chalkboard lists fish, meat and antipasti
260 King St. E., TorontoThis family-run eatery specializes in excellent thin-crust pizzas. Menu offers up contemporary, urban Italian favorites like the “mangiacake” panino with