Frank's Pizza House Coupons and Deals
The Fine Print
Voucher expires July 20, 2013 Buy 2 vouchers for yourself, unlimited as gifts Limit of 1 voucher per visit Call 416-654-6554 for orders Choose from 1 of the following pizzas: Vegetarian (green peppers, mushroom), pepperoni, or Margherita Drink are standard Coke Products Taxes and gratuities not included No cash back or credit Not valid with any other current offers, promotions or deals Voucher redeemable as of January 20, 2013
It’s been months since you started growing that beautiful, luxurious moustache and the world has since noticed. While some have compared you to that duo of famous turtle-stomping plumbers, you think it looks distinguished and debonair. All you are trying to do is reconnect with your Italian roots, just like Dad and old pappy. There are other ways to feel like the classy Italian stallion you are on the inside, chances are you should probably consider them.Frank’s Pizza House is family business that has been operated by the Taverniti’s since 1992. The two chefs at this restaurant are a dynamic duo of mother and son. Maria and Giorgio Taverniti are the minds behind the classic Italian dishes they offer to their clients. The restaurant atmosphere is warm and filled with friendly faces that are a staple here. It is filled with aromas of freshly made dough, sizzling pizza and savory espresso. Maria Taverniti learned the cooking skills she has now mastered at the hands of her mother in law. She was able to evolve her skills through various restaurants throughout Toronto. Giorgio Taverniti attended the well-known Italian culinary program at George Brown College. The culinary program combined with his mother’s vast knowledge paved the way for him to follow his passion for the culinary arts. He now teaches Pizza 101 at George Brown College part-time.Enjoy a fresh taste of what Italy has to offer at Frank’s Pizza House. But don’t fret if princesses start calling out your name in the throes of despair. Your new look attracts a certain type; it’s just a shame you‘re allergic to mushrooms. “What a great lunch experience. I found Frank's Pizza House from a recent BlogTO review which touted it as the #1 calzone in Toronto. Although it's rare that I'll give five stars after one experience, this place deserves it. My panzerotti was delicious! I opted for the classic pepperoni and cheese only with tomato sauce on the side; a purist selection. Although it was deep fried, it was not at all greasy. There was an amazing amount of quality cheese inside (you can tell it was good by its taste, which was noticeable). You can also tell that the tomato sauce must be made from scratch, very tomato-y). I just had to buy another to take home for my wife to try. The environment is superbly clean and the staff/owners were kind, hospitable and perfectly conversational. An overall pleasant experience, I'll be back for sure.”- Brenn S.“I love mom and pop restaurants so when I needed to grab dinner in this area, a quick read of my fellow yelpers helped me to decide on this place. It's a fairly small restaurant but there was a good selection of pizza, pasta and calzones. I got the diavolo pizza (sausage and hot peppers) and it was fantastic; thin and crispy bottom, hot peppers with kick and a nice fresh, homemade sauce. My friend got a calzone and it was really good. It was tasty and the separate sauce was a good touch. We devoured my pizza and at $12.50, how could you NOT go back! I am definitely planning another trip to try out the pastas!”- Wendy W.