Pizza Restaurants Deals in Toronto
Professionals bowl with more finesse than force, lending the ball spin and preserving the unhatched robin eggs inside every pin. Strike softly with this Groupon. Choose from Three Options $20 for two hours of bowling for up to 6 people on one lane (up to a $75.90 value) $28 for two hours of bowling for up to 6 people on one lane and one large cheese pizza (up to an $89.88 value) $35 for two hours of bowling for up to 12 people on two lanes (up to a $151.80 value)
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Voucher expires August 1, 2013 Buy 1 voucher for yourself, 1 as gift Limit 1 voucher per table of 2, up to 2 vouchers for table of 4 Parties of greater than 4 cannot use vouchers Reservations required, call 416-361-6154 for bookings 24 hour cancellation policy or voucher is void Not valid for Sundays, Mondays, Mother's Day, Father's Day or holidays Not valid for alcohol Taxes and gratuities not included No cash back or credit Not valid with any other current offers, promotions or deals Voucher redeemable 72 hours after purchase
Menu:Appetizers:Choice of 2 AntipastiInsalata Di RucolaArugula salad, ovendried cherry tomatoes,shaved parmigiano, aged balsamic and extra virgin olive oilORMushroom SuppliRice ball stuffed with mixed mushroom, fior di latte and italian ham, served over spicy tomato sauce Pizza: Choice of 1 PizzaMargheritaORORTonnara DiavolessaPasta: Choice of 2 Pastas:SpaghettiPEI mussels, littlneck clams, garlic and chllie oilORLinguineArugula pesto, black olives, oven dried cherry tomatoes and ricotta saladDessert:Choice of 1 DolceTiramisuORPannacotta Italian food has always been a staple part of your diet. You grew up eating your mom’s spaghetti and meatballs, only later realizing that the sauce came out of a can and the meatballs were frozen. The discovery, however, did nothing to damper your love affair for pizza and pasta. You continued to eat it, relying on the convenience and low price of frozen pizzas throughout your adolescence and early 20s. But now that you’re all grown up, you feel you’ve reached a point where you want to be exposed to the finer things in life. For that, my friend, you’ll need to visit Lo Zingaro, where you can get the best pizza and the best pasta in Toronto. Rooted in the strong Gypsy traditions of creating a traditional, entertaining and pleasurable food experience, Lo Zingaro is the perfect place to host a family dinner, business lunch or a special occasion. Each pizza is made from the finest ingredients and is served hot and fresh from the oven. They’ve got a wide variety of speciality pizzas to choose from, catering to meat lovers, vegetarians and even those with lactose intolerance. And don’t be shy – pair your pasta or pizza selection with a beer, wine or some tasty starters while you’re at it. Forget the frozen pizzas and canned pasta sauces. You haven’t tasted the best until you eat a slice at Lo Zingaro. “I recently stopped by Lo Zingaro to pick up a pizza to go, and all I have to say is that it was awesome! The staff was friendly and the ambience was great for quiet conversation. I look forward to going back and having a proper dine-in experience some time soon.”- Warner D.“I went to Lo Zingaro after a long day of work. The only expectation I had was to fill my stomach with carbs. But it turned out that this is an amazing place. The pasta I had was a perfectly cooked al dente with a superb texture and a bolognese sauce that was tasty, but not overwhelming.”- Taylor P.“I had a pizza here the other day and thought it was great. The servers are friendly too! Definitely going back to try the pasta.”- Elizabeth S.
The best sauces, like the best imaginary friends, are rich and from the Mediterranean. Dine alone or with Esmeralda the railroad tycoon with this Groupon. $25 for $50 Worth of Italian Food The menu features a pizza with speck, tomato, mozzarella, and basil ($17), gnocchi with gorgonzola, arugula, walnuts, and Parmigiano-Reggiano ($18)—and a handful of entrees, such as two filets of Mediterranean sea bass ($30). Guests who dine in for dinner Sunday–Wednesday or lunch Sunday–Monday will also receive a salumi side dish on the house (up to a $10 value).
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Voucher expires November 10, 2013 Buy unlimited vouchers for yourself, unlimited as gifts Limit 1 voucher per table Appointments required, call 647-352-7882 for bookings Must provide voucher code when making reservations 24 hour cancellation policy or voucher is void Valid for food and alcohol Taxes and gratuities not included No cash back or credit Not valid with any other current offers, promotions or deals Voucher redeemable 72 hours after purchase
Ah, the humble pizza. For you, there exists no better meal. Every since you were a kid, pizza was always your food of choice. Whenever you were good and your mom let you choose what to eat for dinner, it was always pizza without fail. It doesn’t matter whether it comes from a box in the freezer or from the delivery man, you eats it and you loves it – crust and all. You went through an experimental stage, creating your own pizzas from scratch with bizarre topping combinations (canned tuna and pineapple – bad, anything with bacon – good). And now you think you’ve entered a more refined stage in life where you’re looking for delicious, authentic pizza that could have come straight out of Italy.Look no further than Pizza e Pazzi, an authentic trattoria in Toronto that’s bringing the amore back in to Italian cuisine. After the owners took numerous trips to Italy and fell in love with the country’s delicious cuisine, they opened up this cute trattoria where Torontonians can satisfy their cravings for real Italian food. There are plenty of authentic Italian options on the menus with starters like caprese salad, antipasto and bruchetta along with pasta mains. But the true star of the menu here is pizza. There is a wide variety available with either a san marzano tomato sauce base or a white sauce base. Pizzas are made with an uncompromising selection of secret ingredients, prepared by specially-trained chefs and cooked in a custom-built, wood burning brick oven that came all the way from Naples. You’ll be sure to have an authentic Italian experience here. Satisfy your craving for Italian food with some delicious, hand-crafted pizza at Pizza e Pazzi. The name translates to ‘Pizza and the Crazies’, and we think you’ll be crazy over their pizza after just one bite. “I’m very pleased with the service and food at this place. The appetizer was really interesting and tasted amazing. The carbonara pasta was really nice as well as the boscaiola pizza.”- Hailey D. “Pizza e Pazzi has the best pizza crust in town! I usually get the pizza margherita, which always hits the spot and keeps me coming back again and again. The appetizers are really good as well. I would suggest trying out the calamari and the suppli fritti which are deep-fried risotto balls.”- Steve R. “This place makes great pizza! The wood burning oven makes for a really nice pizza crust. Nice atmosphere, friendly staff and good service to top it all off.”- Caitlyn P.
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