Friday, June 18, 2010

Toronto: Pizzeria Libretto

:Ossington:
share a table, share the food
This area gets more action than a bar on UFC night…crazy I know. Libretto probably fuelled that when it first opened its doors. I’ve never seen so many sober people wait for pizza – that sentiment will be lost on you if you’ve never walked by a downtown pizza joint at about 3 am.

If you like Neapolitan pizza Libretto is a lively, down-to-earth place to eat with friends. The seating (they have some communal tables) fosters a carefree environment and service is great, oftentimes entertaining (there are some characters here I tell you).

If I had to recommend something it’d be the beef carpaccio with shaved piave cheese. It’s a great prelude to what’s going to be a great meal. My two favourite pizzas are the Duck Confit and Margherita D.O.P. The first because I’m a raging carnivore, and the second because basil and mozzarella is a winning combination.

Finish with the Vanilla Afogato, pat your belly, and roll on home.

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