Craving some real Italian pizza? Head to Pizzeria Libretto in Ossington Village. With its lively dining room packed with cozy booths and communal tables, this loud, fun and family-friendly eatery draws foodies from all over the city with its authentic Neopolitan wood-fired pizza, often touted as the best pizza in Toronto. Chef Rocco Agostino brings in fresh San Marzano tomatoes and Ontario Fiore di Latte mozzarella for his pies each day, which are then baked in a wood burning oven that was built in Naples especially for the restaurant. There is a pizza to suit every taste on the menu, from the Prosciutto and Arugula to the Rapini topped with black olives, mozzarella and goat’s cheese. Pizzas are priced from $10 to $16.
Pizzeria Libretto is located at 221 Ossington Avenue at Dundas Street West. Reservations are not accepted. Visit www.pizzerialibretto.com for more information.