Italian Restaurants in South Wedge

Gourmet Italian Cuisine for Two or Four at DaVinci of Greece (Up to 47% Off)

DaVinci of Greece


$30 $17


Cooks prepare authentic Italian meals, such as chicken parmigiana and mussels fra diavolo, inside a romantic restaurant with a fireplace

Pizza, Wings, and Italian Food at Marvin Mozzeronis (Up to 51% Off). Three Options Available.

Marvin Mozzeroni’s

Greece Location

$15 $8

The emphasis here is on the numerous specialty pizzas, baked in a brick oven and made fresh daily with hand-tossed dough

Italian-American Food at Avanti Grill (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Avanti Grill

Avanti Grill

$25 $12.50


Steak, burgers, pizza, and pasta in Italian-centric grill with full bar and wine list

Pizzas, Wings, Subs, and Nonalcoholic Drinks at John's Pizza & Subs (45% Off).

John's Pizza & Subs

Multiple Locations

$20 $11


Hot and cold subs, gourmet pizzas includes 3 Cheese Steak, Chicken Finger, and Big Mac themes, and wings from a 32-year-old pizzeria

Two Subs and Two Sides or Two Pizzas with Up to Two Toppings and Two Sides at Bruno's Pizzeria (Up to 44% Off)

Bruno's Pizzeria


$26.76 $15.49


Eatery offers subs such as salami and baked roast beef with mozzarella and sides like onion rings; pizza toppings include spinach and ham

$14 for $20 Worth of Pizza, Sandwiches, Wings and Calzones at WiseGuys Pizza

WiseGuys Pizza


$20 $14


Pizzeria serves a variety of pies covered in a sweeter Italian or more traditional sauce alongside more than 30 hoagies, sandwiches and subs

Italian-American Cuisine at Carnegie Cafe & Catering at Maplewood Inn (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Carnegie Cafe & Catering at Maplewood Inn


$40 $20

Housemade pasta dishes, pan-seared jumbo scallops, and 18 oz. cowboy steak with garlic butter served amid regular live-music performances

Greek, Italian, and American Cuisine at La Piazza (Up to 45% Off). Three Options Available.

La Piazza


$20 $11

Ravioli, saganaki, Atlantic salmon, and chicken parmesan headline a menu that also includes Kobe beef burgers and hand-tossed pizza

Italian Dinner for Two or Four or More at Angelo's Trattoria

Angelo's Trattoria

Niagara Falls

C$30 C$15


Chef Angelo uses seasonal ingredients to craft prosciutto- and cheese-stuffed chicken Genovese, hand-made gnocchi, and grilled octopus

C$15 for C$30 Worth of Italian Food at East Side Mario's Niagara Falls

East Side Mario's

Niagara Falls

C$30 C$15

Chefs put fresh twists on traditional Italian favorites and bring original recipes to the table in creative carbonaras and pizzas

Extra-Large Pizza with Garlic Bread and Optional Salad, Drinks, and Dipping Sauce at Sbarro (Up to 46% Off)


Multiple Locations

C$24.98 C$13.50

Mozzarella cheese and a signature sauce made with plum tomatoes coat hand-stretched dough

C$29 for Italian Cuisine at Paganelli's Risotteria (C$50 Value)

Paganelli's Risotteria

Downtown Toronto

C$50 C$29


Chef recreates the cuisine of his Northern Italy home with handmade pizzas, pastas, plus charcuterie plates and Italian wines

C$65 for a Four-Course Italian Dinner for Two at Mirto Italian Restaurant (Up to C$134 Total Value)

Mirto Italian Restaurant

Downtown Toronto

C$134 C$65


Seasonal produce and imported Italian ingredients appear throughout a menu of classic Old World dishes

C$15 for One X-Large 18-Inch Classic Pizza at Amato (C$25.40 Value)


Downtown Toronto

C$25.40 C$15


Fresh ingredients and classic toppings scattered across massive pies made according to traditional techniques

Prix Fixe Italian Dinner for One, Two, or Four at Focaccia Restaurant (Up to 50% Off)

Focaccia Restaurant

Downtown Toronto

C$20 C$11


Chicken and mushrooms swim in a tomato cream sauce, spicy sausage pairs with leafy rapini, and smoked bacon enlivens the spaghetti carbonara

Four-Course Italian Dinner for Two or Four at Portobello Restaurant & Bar (Up to 62% Off)

Portobello Restaurant & Bar

Downtown Toronto

C$106 C$45

Menu includes refined versions of Italian comfort foods, such as tricolor tortellini stuffed with spinach and ricotta in an alfredo sauce

Italian Dinner for Two or Four at John's Italian Caffe (Up to 52% Off)

John's Italian Caffe

Downtown Toronto

C$30 C$15


Signature pesto sauce covers pasta, pizzas, and sandwiches at Italian eatery stationed inside historic building with 105-year history

One New Breakfast Item with a Cappuccino or Latte or Five Smoothies or Shakes at L-eat Express (Up to 51% Off)

L-Eat Express

Downtown Toronto

C$10.25 C$5

Sip on a latte paired with banana french toast, or stop in five times to sample the different shakes and smoothies

C$59 for a Three-Course Italian Prix Fixe Meal at Il Posto (C$122 Value)

Il Posto

The Annex

C$122 C$59


Upscale Italian eatery serves crispy salads, house-made pasta, fresh seafood, and tender meats in an elegant dining room

C$30 for C$60 Worth of Italian and French Dishes at La Stella

La Stella


C$60 C$30

Chefs draw inspiration from classic French and Italian dishes to serve up fresh seafood, steaks, and pastas

Three-Course Italian Dinner for Two or C$30 for C$50 Worth of Takeout at Il Mulino Restaurant

Il Mulino Restaurant

Lytton Park

C$194.80 C$89


Refined Italian cuisine such as gnocchi in a four-cheese sauce and Mediterranean sea bass with lemon

Three-Course Prix Fixe Italian Dinner for Two or Four at Sabatino's Ristorante (Up to 56% Off)

Sabatino’s Ristorante

Lytton Park

C$124 C$59


Extensive options include fried calamari, veal medallions, and chocolate-raspberry tartufo for dessert

C$29 for C$50 Worth of Italian Food and Drinks at PAESE


Multiple Locations

C$50 C$29


Classic Italian pizzas, pastas, and meat dishes cooked with fresh ingredients harvested from an urban garden

Four-Course Italian Meal for Two or Four at Luci Restaurant (Up to 54% Off)

Luci Restaurant

Stonegate - Queensway

C$119.50 C$59


Pasta made from scratch in-house headlines the menu at restaurant specializing in contemporary Italian cuisine

Italian Dinner on Monday–Thursday or Friday–Saturday for Two at Giorgio D. Ristorante (Up to 61% Off)

Giorgio D. Ristorante

Black Creek

C$104 C$41


Seafood linguine and veal chops complement the Italian eatery's black-tiger shrimp and new york steak

Select Local Merchants

The 600-degree wood-burning oven at Napa Wood Fired Pizzeria delicately toasts pizzas and wrapinis supported by a full list of wines. A list of 29 thin-crust 12-inch pizzas raises edicts against hunger—such as the Toscana, covered in spicy chicken sausage, roasted mushrooms, olives, and oregano ($13), or the Medusa, whose basil pesto, figs, pineapple, and goat cheese petrify taste buds ($12) . A cadre of wines from California and Italy accompany meals, with reds including Cellar No. 8's pinot noir ($7.50 / glass), and whites including Beringer's white zinfandel ($7 / glass). The wood-fired oven also toasts meats and cheeses sealed within a wrapped pizza crust to create wrapinis ($8+), while fresh salads escape the heat in forms such as the baby-spinach salad, a gently rolling hill of spinach, mandarin oranges, onions, olives, and crumbled goat cheese ($8.50), garnished with the joyful laughs of infants.

573 Clinton Ave S

Ticas with a Twist is two Costa Rican girls, who are referred to as "Ticas,? with the twist being that they specialize in Mediterranean cuisine. Most of the menu is strictly Mediterranean with traditional dishes such as gyros and moussaka, and pasta dishes dressed with feta or cilantro. Other dishes include crispy empanadas, fragrant arroz con pollo, and sticky-sweet housemade flan.

280 Exchange Boulevard

Patrons within Brickwood Grill's exposed-brick-and-wood interior munch the menu’s eight specialty burgers in the glow of 20 televisions and a trio of arcade games. Bite into morning meals after dark with a breakfast burger ($8.49) topped with ham and eggs, or chomp down on the A-1 mushroom swiss burger ($7.99), whose mushroom toppings swim in a sea of A-1 steak sauce and melted slices of the ocean's one true fruit, swiss cheese. Chefs construct many entries on a recently revamped selection of 13 sandwiches made from locally sourced ingredients, yielding munchworthy dishes such as the Red Osier panini ($8.99), which stuffs Red Osier roast beef between fresh french bread alongside ladles of au jus. A selection of health-conscious soups and salads also is available. After a meal, sidle up to a long, fully-stocked bar where a trio of TVs broadcasting the latest game draws barflies like moths to a wrestling match between flashlights.

250 Monroe Ave

Stromboli Express lives up to its namesake, providing fast service and a menu stocked with a plethora of pizza-dough-packaged meat and veggies. Signature strombolis come in three sizes, with the mini size suitable for one eater ($6.50), the small fit for two ($10.50), and the large capable of feeding four humans once, or a single tiny ant until the end of time ($15.50). Conjure up fabricated memories of summers on the Italian Riviera with the Mediterranean boli, a medley of spinach, tomato, black olive, and feta sheathed within the protective grasp of freshly baked pizza dough. Or rethink a decades-old prejudice against people named Tim "The Toolman" Taylor with the Tim special boli, where mushrooms, bacon, and spinach cavort with ricotta and mozzarella. Specialty pizzas include seafood (decorated with crab, popcorn shrimp, and mozzarella), Philly cheese steak, and a breakfast pie which, like The Price is Right reruns, combines the best of morning and evening with ham, eggs, bacon, mozzarella, and cheddar sizzling atop an eight-inch ($6.50), 12-inch ($12.50), or 16-inch ($18.50) crust. Subs, sandwiches, and wings are also available.

113 East Ave

Henry B's authentic Italian recipes transport patrons to the boot-shaped old country where robust sauces and toothsome pastas reign supreme. Midday noshers can peruse the lunch menu loaded with doughy delicacies such as cheese-stuffed rigatoni ($10), penne and shrimp primavera coupled with garden-fresh vegetables and shallots ($12), and a traditional grilled cheese comprising fontina and provolone cheeses, vine-ripened tomato, and crispy pancetta ($10). Exorcise vexing dinner demons with seared scallops and lump crab meat tossed in a light cream sauce over homemade spinach fettucine ($21), or the iron-wielding streak frittes boasting 14 ounces of black Angus hand-cut strip steak covered with truffle compound butter and sided with shoestring fries, field greens, and marinated-cucumber salad ($22).

140 East Ave

Riley Greider is the mind, hands, and sweet teeth behind Sugar Mountain Bake Shoppe, a gourmet bakery specializing in cupcakes. More than 128 flavors rotate across the shop?s menu in groups of 13 to 20 each day, baked daily in small batches from fresh ingredients.

With such an enormous repertoire of recipes, the cupcake case has room for classics such as carrot cake alongside fancier flavors such as cinnamon french toast and cherry cr?me br?l?e?not to mention the decidedly outlandish, such as loaded baked potato and Game Day Chili. While retaining a home-baked look, many of the cakelets wear elaborate toppers of sprinkles, frosting swirls, or fruit. All this creativity won the shop the title of Best Cupcakes in City Newspaper?s 2011 Readers? Choice poll.

258 Alexander St