Cellar Door Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Cellar Door makes the best wood-oven thin-crust pizza in the GTA. It's worth the drive to New Toronto.

Skip the menu and take my advice: bring a date, order one platter of charcuterie ($11) and two wood-fired pizzas ($12-16), along with a bottle of red (sadly, this place doesn’t live up to its name with respect to wines.) Ask for the jar of house-made peperoncini on the side.

Pizza-maker Mir (always in a plain white t-shirt), now a familiar fixture behind the piles of chopped wood, pulls out some of the best blistered crusts in the GTA. Yes, better even than those VPN DOP acronym-laden “authentic” Neapolitan pizzerias with their shipped-from-Italy high-temperature ovens and their imported tomatoes. Chef Rob’s pizza recipe is impressive; less so, his pastas and salads.

This is a perfect Date Night destination restaurant – good value, romantic atmosphere (candlelit, a spacious converted bank), and decent service. No reservations necessary — though once word gets out about this gem in New Toronto, you will want to call ahead. Free parking on the side street.

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Address

3003 Lake Shore Blvd W, Etobicoke, ON M8V 1K2, Canada

Website

http://www.cellardoorrestaurant.ca/

Cost
Phone Number

(416) 253-0303

Notes

Mon & Tues: Closed
Wed-Sat: 5:30pm-10pm
Sun: 5:00pm-9pm

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