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Wood Oven Pizza on Roncesvalles!

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Old Cosa Pizza location. Will be two floors. No idea when it will be open. Thin crust Naples style pizza. Info from one of the workers on site.

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Cosa Pizza
321 Roncesvalles Ave, Toronto, ON M6R2M6, CA

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  1. Good to know, thanks for the heads up. Hope it's as good as Libretto.

    1. Wicked!!! The other pizza joint is a diasppointment (papazee's?). I know it's cheap and quick....still not very good.

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      1. re: chewdaddy

        Oh yeah, that place is terrible. They've got their pizzas in the window at 9 in the morning.

        1. re: jamesm

          I expected more from that place since the cook used to work at Massimo's on College.

      2. Anyone know if this place ever opened?

        I'm guessing not, as Toronto's obsession for wood-fired pizza is such that I'm sure I would've read something about them being "the next Libretto!" somewhere or other if they had. But just in case...

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        1. There is already a great pizza joint on Roncy called Pizza Flora. They have a good delivery area, too! The garlic knots are to die for and a must with every order, strombolis are awesome too as an alternative to their delicious pizzas.

          www.pizzaflora.ca

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          1. re: bogie

            Thanks for the reco - I grabbed a delivery menu when I walked by there a couple of weeks ago, so I'll give them a try next time we're ordering pizza.

            1. re: gregclow

              i would try a slice first....as we were disappointed by this place. thought the pizza was average at best and costly for quality...pizza nova does a better job and cheaper

            2. re: bogie

              I've tried Pizza Flora. Not bad.

              They do a great job with the crust, nice crispy outside, pillowy in the middle and perfect thinness/thickness.

            3. Fantastic. Terroni, Libretto (not my fav but at least they are trying), Queen Margherita, and now Cosa. This era will be forever known as the "Good Pizza Revolution" in Toronto...

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              1. re: PoppiYYZ

                Now has a name - Pizzeria Delfina.

                1. re: frito

                  Sorry Pizzeria Defina. http://pizzeriadefina.com/
                  Nothing on the site yet.