Italian Restaurants in Toronto

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

Mirto Italian Restaurant

Downtown Toronto

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

C$134 C$65

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Prix Fixe Italian Dinner for Two or Four at Vino Rosso (Up to 53% Off)

Vino Rosso

Downtown Toronto

Diners enjoy authentic Italian recipes during a four-course dinner that may include veal chops or salmon with roasted potatoes and rapini

C$144 C$69

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Prix Fixe Italian Dinner for One, Two, or Four at Focaccia Restaurant (Up to 61% Off)

Focaccia Restaurant

Downtown Toronto

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

C$20 C$9

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

Sabatino’s Ristorante

Lytton Park

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

C$124 C$59

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$69 for a Dinner for Two With Wine at Sotto Voce Wine & Pasta Bar. Groupon Reservation Required.

Sotto Voce Wine & Pasta Bar

Little Italy

Multi-course meals are highlighted by an airy, low-lit dining room that encourages conversation and plate sharing

C$95 C$69

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Prix Fixe Italian Dinner for Two or Four at The Big Ragu (50% Off)

The Big Ragu

Corso Italia

Spinach and cheese gnocchi, papaprdelle with lamb ragu, and other traditional Italian dishes made with fresh pasta

C$98 C$49

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Three-Course Prix Fixe Italian Dinner with Wine for Two or Four at Caffino Ristorante (Up to 49% Off)

Caffino Ristorante

Liberty Village

Tucked-away Italian restaurant continues family traditions with locally sourced meals of penne pasta, risotto, pizza, and fresh garden salad

C$146 C$79.99

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$39 for a Three-Course Prix-Fixe Dinner with 1/2 litre of wine for Two at Cafe Diplomatico ($67.30 Value)

Cafe Diplomatico

Little Italy

Try some of the menu’s best dishes like risotto balls, filet of sole, and a variety of pastries

C$67.30 C$39

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Italian Dinner on Monday–Thursday or Friday–Saturday for Two at Giorgio D. Ristorante (Up to 53% Off)

Giorgio D. Ristorante

Black Creek

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

C$104 C$49

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Italian Meal for Two or Four at Roma 1090 (Up to 50% Off)

Roma 1090

Downtown Toronto

Beautifully upscale menu features risotto, rack of lamb, and other Italian favorites

C$91 C$51

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Three-Course Italian Dinner for Two or Four at Il Mulino Restaurant (49% Off)

Il Mulino

Lytton Park

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

C$174.80 C$89

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Since its humble beginnings in Edmonton, Alberta in 1964, Boston Pizza has grown into Canada-wide franchise that serves more than 20 gourmet pizzas. The menu boasts more than 100 items, ranging from crispy chicken wings dressed in spicy to sweet sauces and rubs to succulent burgers and sandwiches. Big-screen TVs broadcast hockey or prime ministers' wrestling matches as guests dig into hearty pastas or dive into desserts such as the Chocolate Doughcano.

40 Eglinton Avenue East
Toronto,
ON
CA

Although Amaro Pizza's menu boasts an extensive array of traditional finger foods, a selection of familiar and gourmet-inspired pizzas continues to dominate its pages. The cooks can toss together one of their classica pies, such as the margherita classica or the potato alla cream with rosemary and parmesan, or diners can design their own using the 64 available toppings—including smoked salmon, prosciutto, and grilled eggplant—and 19 different polyhedrons of house-made dough. To accompany meals, the kitchen also fries up spicy and savoury orders of wings and layers garlic focaccia bread with extra-virgin olive oil and fresh herbs.

962 Danforth Avenue
Toronto,
ON
CA

Independently owned and operated, HomeBake takes the concept of take-and-bake pizza to the next level, featuring organic and natural ingredients. Choose from more than 40 toppings, such as fresh oregano or jalapeño sausage, to create a regular ($13.95) or large ($15.95) pizza on organic, unbleached white crust, or upgrade to a multigrain, yeast-free, or gluten-free crust. Eleven specialty HomeBake favourite pizzas—all of which start with a base of shredded mozzarella and either organic tomato sauce, organic-roasted garlic glaze, or pesto sauce—salads, and cookie pies are also available on the menu. Check HomeBake’s website for baking instructions and tips after your grand-slam gastrolith arrives safely at home base.

476 Roncesvalles Avenue
Toronto,
ON
CA

Marinella's Italian-cuisine experts blend together fresh ingredients, local beef, and daily imported fish to cook up a menu of classic Italian entrees. Tomato sauce drips over homemade sausages and meatballs in small ($17) and large ($22) orders of Pappardelle Giovanni pasta made with fresh eggs and 100% durum semolina flour, and diners wrap their mouths and pocket measuring tapes around the circumference of a thin-crust margherita pizza topped with imported extra-virgin olive oil ($15). In the kitchen, chefs prepare locally sourced, prime-grade new york strip-loin steak aged for 28 days ($32) and blend together fresh scallops, shrimp, king crab, and a lobster into a seafood risotto ($32). Meanwhile, candlelight flickers across brick walls as bartenders pour selections from an extensive wine list, and sunlight spills over a patio where diners can practice plate juggling after finishing off one of the eatery's daily selection of in-house-made desserts. Customers may also substitute organic spelt noodles in pasta dishes.

640 College St
Toronto,
ON
CA

A staple of the city’s culinary scene since 1965, Frank’s Pizza House has earned the affection of appetistas with a lineup of nearly 20 pizzas. The Toronto pizza ($12.50) brings together pepperoni with its mortal enemies green peppers and mushrooms to forge a tasty truce, and the vegetariana pizza ($13.95) collects broccoli, sun-dried tomatoes, zucchini, mushrooms, and artichoke hearts for herbivore happiness. Pasta dishes include ravioli ($11.95), penne pasta with roasted peppers and grilled chicken ($12.95), and gnocchi with Italian sausage ($12.95). Frank’s Pizza House also offers desserts and drinks fresh from the family dessert farm, with tiramisu and espresso providing a one-two punch of post-entree paradise.

1352 Saint Clair Avenue West
Toronto,
ON
CA

Named after the lore of the original “Margherita Pizza”—wherein Queen Margherita chose a pizza of basil, tomatoes, and mozzarella as her favorite—Queen Margherita Pizza is a lovely pizza shop in downtown Toronto. They serve authentic, fresh, locally sourced Italian dishes. The atmosphere is modern and friendly, much like Toronto itself! The menu includes starters like stuffed eggplant, whipped ricotta and kale, and octopus carpaccio. There are also several snacks and salads from which to choose. But, the main event? The freshest of wood-fired pizzas: Giovanna, Alla Campagnolo, and La Scala… Just to name a few. They’re made with combinations of hot peppers, dried tomatoes, sunflower seeds, goat cheese, sweet pork belly, and more! Of course, if you’re feeling classic you can always have the queen’s choice: Margherita Pizza.

1402 Queen Street East
Toronto,
ON
CA