Mr Sicily bolsters bellies with 20 specialty varieties of sauce-slathered discuses. Abide by savoury classics such as a 10-inch pepperoni and mushroom ($7), or opt for more flair-injected dishes such as the 12-inch Greek, decorated with ground beef, onions, black olives, tomatoes, and feta cheese ($9.75). The 15-inch Mr. Sicily Loaded, meanwhile, offers a protein strata of pepperoni, ham, and salami accessorized with peppers, pineapple, and onions—ideal for placating party guests and for the stringently indecisive. Further fortify a meal with sides such as breadsticks ($2.80–$6) or lasagna for a to-go feast of plenty ($5.50).
The Spadina Freehouse's global fusion menu features tastes and textures from all over the map, jet-setting from Jamaica to India to Korea and beyond, like an heiress with philanthropic pretensions. Try the miso wrap, a grilled chicken breast glazed with honey-almond butter and rolled in a warm flour tortilla ($12), or sample one of the many wood-fired pizzas garnished with exotic toppings such as tandoori chicken and mango jerk shrimp ($14 for 9", $17.50 for 12"). Recovering carnivores can dig into the roasted vegetable linguini, swathed in a mélange of squashes, zucchini, and sundried tomato pesto ($14). The gluten-free crowd can enjoy a variety of options, including an oven-baked halibut that sleeps on a bed of rice, broccolini, and a rich lemon-caper butter sauce ($21).
Papa John's has been popping out perfectly personalized pies 'round the clock for the past 25 years, fleshing out its lineup of specialty pizzas with a munificent menu of wings, breadsticks, and desserts to satisfy any taste or mouth shape. Movie-preview lovers can apply the same principles to a meal with an appetizer such as 12-inch cheese sticks ($6.99) or a massive 20-piece order of buffalo wings ($14.99). Begin the first act with a large Hawaiian BBQ Chicken ($22.99), or go all-out and get an extra-large The Works, a top-heavy combination of pepperoni, ham, spicy Italian sausage, fresh-sliced onions, green peppers, gourmet baby portobello mushrooms, and ripe black olives ($21.99). Like a bangin’ club or especially bangin’ fireplace store, Papa John's stays open late, making it an opportune eatery for impromptu pajama jams and uncontrollable sleep-feasting.
Fixin's Homestyle Eatery awakens childhood memories of holiday dinners through a satisfying spread of comfort food, sandwiches, burgers, and salads. With heaping piles of spaghetti, thick, juicy steaks, and sauce-covered meatloaf, the restaurant aims to re-create the atmosphere inherent in a family meal, without the hassle of diners having to chop veggies or yell at the dishwasher. Hand-battered cod, creamy mac ‘n’ cheese, and grilled sandwiches provision dinners, and a smorgasbord of salads, soups, and breakfast goodies fills out dinner, breakfast, and Sunday brunch buffets.
Each day, Pizza 306's chefs create fresh dough and then knead it and toss it until it's a perfectly round pizza base. Next, they slather the dough with a sauce they whipped up earlier and crown it with specialty pizza toppings, such as shrimp, bacon, and onions. In addition to 15 varieties of pies, the kitchen serves up sides including chicken wings, fries, and poutine.
The cooks at Tino's skillfully assemble gourmet pizzas such as the taco pizza with house-made salsa and the donair pizza slicked with olive oil and ornamented with crushed garlic. Individual donairs are piled high with green peppers, black and green olives, and feta cheese and wrapped inside whole-wheat pitas or soft tortillas.