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Oct 10, 2007 08:17 AM

The Great Pizza Debate

My goal is to create a poll of best pizza in Toronto. There are two kinds of pizza styles to be polled, traditional thin crust italian wood oven or similiar style, and the thick crust american/canadian style. Please post only your choice for each, without comments, and I will keep adjusting this posting to show the total counts. Ideally you put the address for any of the non-chain places so others can find.

Thin Crust-
02- Terroni

Thick Crust-
01- King Slice
01- Massimo's

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  1. Thin - Terroni (Queen West location)
    Thick - King Slice - 1598 Bloor Street West,

    1. Thin Terroni
      Thick Massimo's

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        1. i don't believe you can update the original post......

          5 Replies
          1. re: pinstripeprincess

            Yes you can and already have. I will adjust the votes once you add yours. Thx.

            1. re: TdotFoodKing

              we will see....only time will tell.


              1. re: HarryLloyd

                I think we've only got 2 hours to do this debate then edit is gone.

                So quickly...
                Thin Terroni
                Thick Danforth Pizza House

                Danforth Pizza
                920 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON M4J1L9, CA

                1. re: Mila

                  thin - caffe doria
                  thick - danforth pizza house

                  1. re: millygirl

                    thin - Roma Ristorante (Bloor & Gladstone)
                    don't like thick crust..

          2. Thin - Terroni
            Thick - Olympic 76

            5 Replies
            1. re: fickle

              Passed Olympic 76 after my dance class yesterday...can you please describe it, fickle?

              1. re: Food Tourist

                Hi Food Tourist, it's an old school pizza joint where they make your pizza to order. The crust is chewy, slightly doughy and toppings are generous. The cheese is on top (as opposed to under the toppings) so it gets baked nice and brown (my preference). They serve it piping hot from the oven on one of those raised pizza plates (sorry, don't know what they're called). They do have a takeout counter on the other side of the dining room. I've never ordered it to go since I prefer the dining room. It's definitely not gourmet, just yummy comfort food.

                1. re: fickle

                  That sounds great, Fickle. Do they have a beer & wine license?

                  1. re: Googs

                    ..just in case anyone other than me was wondering where to find Olympic 76...

                    Olympic 76
                    8A Gloucester St, Toronto, ON M4Y1L5, CA

                    1. re: Googs

                      Yes, they have beer and wine.