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26 Essential Pizza Places in Montreal

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With its large and impassioned Italian community (as demonstrated following Italy’s Euro Cup victory), it’s no surprise Montreal is home to plenty of great pizzerias, including many wood-fired Neapolitan options, and a few spots for Roman-style al taglio, too.

And while it’s not as well-known as certain regional styles (say, New York, Chicago, or Detroit), Montreal has its own style of pizza that goes a little something like this: medium to thick crust, ringed with pillowy air pockets, a layer of sweet to savoury tomato sauce, scatters of thinly-sliced mushrooms, pepperoni, green peppers, and a generous pile of melted mozzarella.

Along with the vanguard of old-school Montreal-style ‘zas found in all corners of the island, and all the Italian classics, the city now also boasts some newer arrivals serving up foldable Manhattan-style slices; ultra cheesy, crisp-edged pan pizzas; and even one that’s recently converted to an all-vegan menu. This map gives some love to them all.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Calzone

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3717 Boul. Saint-Charles, Kirkland, QC
H9H 4M2, Canada
(514) 426-9000
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Often cited as the best pizza in the West Island (post-Place Tevere ownership change), Calzone's partners hail from the same family that ran the beloved and bygone Colosseo's in Montreal West.

2. Gigi

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302 Lakeshore, Pointe-Claire
QC H9S 4L5, Canada
(514) 697-4587
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The premises are relatively unglamorous, but many a West Islander swears by this half-century old Pointe-Claire stalwart. It’s thoroughly Montreal-style, with family pleasing pizzas coming pretty heavily loaded with toppings, including its famous deluxe — all dressed plus bacon and onions.

3. Pizza Nino

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6588 Monk, Montreal
QC, Canada
(514) 762-1515
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No Montreal pizza map is complete without a pushpin on Ville-Émard. And when you talk about pizza in the Sud-Ouest enclave, Nino should be front of mind. The family-run restaurant has fed three generations of Ville-Émard residents since opening in 1959, and, appropriately, is now run by the granddaughter of the original founder. This is quintessential old-school Montreal pizza.

4. Pendeli's

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5555 Ch de la Cote St-Luc, Montreal
QC, Canada
(514) 486-1155
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The grease and sodium bomb that is the Pendeli’s special (your standard all-dressed, plus olives, onion, bacon, and optional anchovies) is a quasi-institution even beyond the borders of NDG. A pusher of classic Greek-style Montreal pizza — and beloved for it. There are also locations near Vanier College and in Laval.

5. Elena

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5090 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal
QC H4C 1T1, Canada
(514) 379-4883
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Opening in early 2018, this pizzeria from Nora Gray co-owners Emma Cardarelli and Ryan Gray, alongside partner Marley Sniatowsky has received rave reviews ever since the doors first flew open. Elena’s wood-fired pizzas have garnered enough of a reputation that they’ve since opened up a wine bar and take-out counter that also serves Roman-style slices by day.

6. Adamo

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4629 Notre-Dame Ouest, Montreal
QC, Canada
(514) 933-7770
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Here’s how owner Tony Campanelli describes his St. Henri by the slice joint: “I want Adamo to be an old school place that lasts 100 years, not just another cool place to be seen in.” It’s rather vegetarian and vegan friendly, but not always — meat eaters can give their smoked meat pizza a shot.

7. Rita

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3681 Rue Wellington, Verdun
QC H4G 1V1, Canada
(514) 419-1942
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Named after two of the owners’ grandmothers, this Verdun pizzeria might be more stylish than eating at your Nonna’s place, but it’s certainly got the equivalent level of heart. There are seven pizza options including a namesake pizza topped with black olives and pecorino, a vegan pie slathered with smoked eggplant purée as well as pastas and dessert options like an olive oil cake doused in Amaretto syrup or wild rhubarb tart with raspberry, dates, and Sichuan peppers.

8. Gentile Pizza Parlour

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4134 Rue Sainte-Catherine, Westmount
QC H3Z 2Y5, Canada
(514) 544-7437
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After immigrating from Sicily and opening a cafe in the Garment District sixty years ago, the family behind Cafe Gentile now also runs a pizza parlour in Westmount (right by its second cafe) — and it’s paying off. Pies come big at 16 inches and there’s a special pizza to try every week. There’s also 8-square Sicilian pizzas and a few classics from the original place like lasagna, an Italian sub, and a buffalo fried chicken burger.

9. Fugazzi Pizza

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1886 Rue Centre, Montréal
QC H3K 1H9, Canada
(438) 522-7499
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From the Barroco Group, which also owns French-American diner Foiegwa and speakeasy Atwater Cocktail Club, this stylish Pointe-St-Charles joint with 80 seats has received ample praise since opening in 2019. So much so, that it has brought its pies to the Mile End with Fugazzi Presto, a grab n’ go version of the original restaurant to compete with that neighbourhood’s already competitive pizza scene. At either place, expect creative Neapolitan-style pizzas like the calabrese, honey and thyme oil-topped Wu Tang Killa Bees, or the Lada Gaga with fauxmage, vegan calabrese, and maple syrup.

10. Il Focolaio

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1223 rue Du Square Phillips, Montreal
QC H3B 3E9, Canada
(514) 879-1045
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Downtown Montreal is a little light on good pies, but Il Focolaio’s wood-fired, thin crust pies have been countering that shortage for over 30 years. At 77 pizzas long, the menu has any topping your stomach desires, from meatballs to ratatouille.

11. Moleskine

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3412, Avenue du Parc, Montreal
QC H2X 2H5, Canada
(514) 903-6939
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Moleskine's more formal upstairs section (headed up by chef Frédéric St-Aubin) has charmed every critic in town, but the more casual downstairs set-up — particularly the pizza — is just as lovable, and made its mark on each and every critic in town when it arrived in 2016. Wood-fired, blistered crusts mix crunchiness and tenderness, and toppings oscillate between classic and inventive (see: a mornay pie).

12. Amelias

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201 rue Milton, Montreal
QC H2X 1V5, Canada
(514) 845-8396
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Chris Scodras made his first pizza at Amelios in 1985, with wife Aristia and brother George as partners in the new restaurant — and life for McGill students (and other Milton-Parc residents) was never the same after that. The original Amelios overcame bankruptcy a few years back, and promptly reopened as Amelias.

13. Segreta

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413 Avenue Beaumont, Montréal
QC H3N 1T6, Canada
(438) 380-4040
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Since immigrating to Montreal in 1978, Segreta owner and pizzaiolo Richi Ourichian spent much of his adult life working in the shoe cobbling business, but he recently swung for the fences with a Roman-style al taglio pizzeria in an industrial area of Park-Ex, and he’s hit a home run. Segreta does half-meter slabs of square slices on crisp, yet tender crust with toppings like spicy Italian sausage, potato chunks, and smoked caciocavallo cheese.

14. Pizza Toni

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104 Rue Saint- Viateur O, Montréal
QC H2T 2L1, Canada
(514) 742-4232
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Following the success of Falafel Yoni in Mile End, owner Yoni Amir has used his name (with a twist) for another venture several doors down. Pizza Toni’s menu is simple: grab n’ go New York-style pizza slices in five classic flavours including pepperoni, margherita and marinara, with prices running from $22 to $28 for a whole pie. What makes it stand out, though, is a delightfully crunchy crust and the spicy honey and ranch sauce that can be drizzled on top.

15. Chez Zac Pizzeria

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8 Avenue Duluth E, Montréal
QC H2W 1G6, Canada
(514) 868-0078
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2020 newcomer Chez Zac on the corner of Duluth and St-Laurent bakes its thin-crust ‘zas in a stone oven, which they say tastes better than wood-fired, and they might have us convinced. Devout meat eaters, take note: The popularity of one of its vegan pizzas — the Lisa Simpson, a margherita, with artichokes, sun-dried tomatoes, and almonds — has recently encouraged the restaurant to go entirely plant-based.

16. Pizzeria Magpie (multiple locations)

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16 rue Maguire, Montreal
QC, Canada
(514) 507-2900
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Magpie’s wood-fired oven — late of the defunct Tutto Bene on St-Viateur — whips up pizzas made with excellent base ingredients: 00 flour, San Marzano red sauce, and quality cheese. The margherita here, generously studded with fat basil leaves, is among the best in the city. The digs are stylish and oysters are on offer, too.

17. Pizza Bouquet

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32 Rue Beaubien E, Montréal
QC H2S 1P8, Canada
(438) 320-6069
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In response to the “lack of slice culture” in Montreal, Pizza Bouquet opened in the back of the popular, LGBTQ-friendly watering hole Notre Dame des Quilles at the beginning of 2018. Now with its own standalone location across the street, it’s become even more of a hot-spot slice shop. Owner-operator Andre Theriault sells pies — soppressata, mozza with pomodoro, potato-rosemary, and more — both by the slice and by the pie.

18. Pizzeria Gema

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6827 St-Dominique, Montreal
QC H2S 3B1, Canada
(514) 419-4448
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Stefano Faita and Michele Forgione, the duo that redefined what quality Italian food could be for Little Italy with Impasto, gave the neighbourhood this sister pizzeria five years back, and it’s still one of the best around. Another sister pizzeria, Vesta on Jarry, is also worth your time.

19. San Gennaro

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69 Saint-Zotique Est, Montreal
QC H2S 1K7, Canada
(514) 273-6868
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Head to St-Zotique Street for some of the finest pizza al taglio this side of Lazio, from the same owners as neighbouring Bottega Pizzeria. San Gennaro also serves homemade gelato, pastries (including some mighty fine cannoli), and Italian coffee.

20. Pizzeria Napoletana

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189 rue Dante, Montreal
QC H2S 1K1, Canada
(514) 276-8226
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One of the oldest pizza slingers in the city, this Little Italy BYOB opened in 1948 as a small bar and is currently being run by the third generation of the family. With quality ingredients and a menu that runs 41 pizzas long, it's not unusual to see some sizeable lines, especially on weekends.

21. Elio's

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351 Bellechasse, Montreal
QC, Canada
(514) 276-5341
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At 88, Italy-born Elio De Lauri still oversees the daily production of sauce and dough at his restaurant on a nondescript, yet historic strip of Bellechasse in Rosemont-Petite-Patrie. The pizza is hard to pin down stylistically: not quite old-school delivery, New York-style. or Neapolitan. It’s just Elio’s — and has been that way since 1964.

22. Le Pontiac

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701 Avenue du Mont-Royal E, Montréal
QC H2J 1W7, Canada
(438) 375-4816
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Danny St-Pierre told The Montreal Gazette that discovering Detroit-style pizza that travels well rather than “flimsy, super fragile Neapolitan stuff...was like a kick in the nuts.” That revelation inspired St-Pierre to open a pan pizza pop-up off the island, and then a St-Henri joint six months later, and finally restaurant Le Pontiac in the Plateau. The pizzas here aren’t for the faint of heart: options include the pizzaghetti topped with spaghetti and smoked meat au gratin, Le Gros Mac with cheeseburger, pickles, and a special sauce, and the black pudding with blood sausage, apples, onions and pickled mustard seeds.

23. Antonietta

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6672 Avenue Papineau, Montréal
QC H2G 2X2, Canada
(514) 729-2633
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Bright and cheery Antonietta opened in July 2019 in place of Pizza Villa on Papineau, and has become a favourite in Petite-Patrie, serving Jean Talon Market-fresh ingredients in its decadent pastas and Neapolitan pizzas. Reservations for indoor dining are done via their website, but call or message for outdoor seating.

24. Taglio di Roma

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949 Boulevard d'Auteuil, Laval
QC H7E 5J7, Canada
(450) 936-8660
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Options for Roma-style square slices in Montreal are limited, but this one (technically not in the city) is a really good bet. The flour is imported from Italy and the resulting dough takes 72 hours to rise. Try classic potato and rosemary, or Romana with anchovies, olives and oregano — by the slice, a half or full sheet. Pick-up only.

25. Da Bologna

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5189 Charleroi, Montreal
QC, Canada
(514) 321-8361
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A fixture in Montreal North since 1958, Da Bologna's yeasty dough has disciples all over the city (the restaurant uses it for subs too). Toppings are generous and often depart from your standard all-dressed in wild, delicious ways. The Mercedes Arrabbiata, for one, has spicy capicola, pepperoni, and olive oil-soaked hot peppers.

26. D'Agostino

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7470 Maurice-Duplessis, Montreal
QC H1E 3Y1, Canada
(514) 494-7470

The traditional all-dressed comprises 80 percent of all the pizzas that D'Agostino sells. The dough is handmade, the sauce, a lightly-seasoned San Marzano, and the cheese a closely-guarded secret. Sicilian owner Agostino Lumia has been in the game for over four decades.

1. Calzone

3717 Boul. Saint-Charles, Kirkland, QC, H9H 4M2, Canada

Often cited as the best pizza in the West Island (post-Place Tevere ownership change), Calzone's partners hail from the same family that ran the beloved and bygone Colosseo's in Montreal West.

3717 Boul. Saint-Charles, Kirkland, QC
H9H 4M2, Canada

2. Gigi

302 Lakeshore, Pointe-Claire, QC H9S 4L5, Canada

The premises are relatively unglamorous, but many a West Islander swears by this half-century old Pointe-Claire stalwart. It’s thoroughly Montreal-style, with family pleasing pizzas coming pretty heavily loaded with toppings, including its famous deluxe — all dressed plus bacon and onions.

302 Lakeshore, Pointe-Claire
QC H9S 4L5, Canada

3. Pizza Nino

6588 Monk, Montreal, QC, Canada

No Montreal pizza map is complete without a pushpin on Ville-Émard. And when you talk about pizza in the Sud-Ouest enclave, Nino should be front of mind. The family-run restaurant has fed three generations of Ville-Émard residents since opening in 1959, and, appropriately, is now run by the granddaughter of the original founder. This is quintessential old-school Montreal pizza.

6588 Monk, Montreal
QC, Canada

4. Pendeli's

5555 Ch de la Cote St-Luc, Montreal, QC, Canada

The grease and sodium bomb that is the Pendeli’s special (your standard all-dressed, plus olives, onion, bacon, and optional anchovies) is a quasi-institution even beyond the borders of NDG. A pusher of classic Greek-style Montreal pizza — and beloved for it. There are also locations near Vanier College and in Laval.

5555 Ch de la Cote St-Luc, Montreal
QC, Canada

5. Elena

5090 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal, QC H4C 1T1, Canada

Opening in early 2018, this pizzeria from Nora Gray co-owners Emma Cardarelli and Ryan Gray, alongside partner Marley Sniatowsky has received rave reviews ever since the doors first flew open. Elena’s wood-fired pizzas have garnered enough of a reputation that they’ve since opened up a wine bar and take-out counter that also serves Roman-style slices by day.

5090 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal
QC H4C 1T1, Canada

6. Adamo

4629 Notre-Dame Ouest, Montreal, QC, Canada

Here’s how owner Tony Campanelli describes his St. Henri by the slice joint: “I want Adamo to be an old school place that lasts 100 years, not just another cool place to be seen in.” It’s rather vegetarian and vegan friendly, but not always — meat eaters can give their smoked meat pizza a shot.

4629 Notre-Dame Ouest, Montreal
QC, Canada

7. Rita

3681 Rue Wellington, Verdun, QC H4G 1V1, Canada

Named after two of the owners’ grandmothers, this Verdun pizzeria might be more stylish than eating at your Nonna’s place, but it’s certainly got the equivalent level of heart. There are seven pizza options including a namesake pizza topped with black olives and pecorino, a vegan pie slathered with smoked eggplant purée as well as pastas and dessert options like an olive oil cake doused in Amaretto syrup or wild rhubarb tart with raspberry, dates, and Sichuan peppers.

3681 Rue Wellington, Verdun
QC H4G 1V1, Canada

8. Gentile Pizza Parlour

4134 Rue Sainte-Catherine, Westmount, QC H3Z 2Y5, Canada

After immigrating from Sicily and opening a cafe in the Garment District sixty years ago, the family behind Cafe Gentile now also runs a pizza parlour in Westmount (right by its second cafe) — and it’s paying off. Pies come big at 16 inches and there’s a special pizza to try every week. There’s also 8-square Sicilian pizzas and a few classics from the original place like lasagna, an Italian sub, and a buffalo fried chicken burger.

4134 Rue Sainte-Catherine, Westmount
QC H3Z 2Y5, Canada

9. Fugazzi Pizza

1886 Rue Centre, Montréal, QC H3K 1H9, Canada

From the Barroco Group, which also owns French-American diner Foiegwa and speakeasy Atwater Cocktail Club, this stylish Pointe-St-Charles joint with 80 seats has received ample praise since opening in 2019. So much so, that it has brought its pies to the Mile End with Fugazzi Presto, a grab n’ go version of the original restaurant to compete with that neighbourhood’s already competitive pizza scene. At either place, expect creative Neapolitan-style pizzas like the calabrese, honey and thyme oil-topped Wu Tang Killa Bees, or the Lada Gaga with fauxmage, vegan calabrese, and maple syrup.

1886 Rue Centre, Montréal
QC H3K 1H9, Canada

10. Il Focolaio

1223 rue Du Square Phillips, Montreal, QC H3B 3E9, Canada

Downtown Montreal is a little light on good pies, but Il Focolaio’s wood-fired, thin crust pies have been countering that shortage for over 30 years. At 77 pizzas long, the menu has any topping your stomach desires, from meatballs to ratatouille.

1223 rue Du Square Phillips, Montreal
QC H3B 3E9, Canada

11. Moleskine

3412, Avenue du Parc, Montreal, QC H2X 2H5, Canada

Moleskine's more formal upstairs section (headed up by chef Frédéric St-Aubin) has charmed every critic in town, but the more casual downstairs set-up — particularly the pizza — is just as lovable, and made its mark on each and every critic in town when it arrived in 2016. Wood-fired, blistered crusts mix crunchiness and tenderness, and toppings oscillate between classic and inventive (see: a mornay pie).

3412, Avenue du Parc, Montreal
QC H2X 2H5, Canada

12. Amelias

201 rue Milton, Montreal, QC H2X 1V5, Canada

Chris Scodras made his first pizza at Amelios in 1985, with wife Aristia and brother George as partners in the new restaurant — and life for McGill students (and other Milton-Parc residents) was never the same after that. The original Amelios overcame bankruptcy a few years back, and promptly reopened as Amelias.

201 rue Milton, Montreal
QC H2X 1V5, Canada

13. Segreta

413 Avenue Beaumont, Montréal, QC H3N 1T6, Canada

Since immigrating to Montreal in 1978, Segreta owner and pizzaiolo Richi Ourichian spent much of his adult life working in the shoe cobbling business, but he recently swung for the fences with a Roman-style al taglio pizzeria in an industrial area of Park-Ex, and he’s hit a home run. Segreta does half-meter slabs of square slices on crisp, yet tender crust with toppings like spicy Italian sausage, potato chunks, and smoked caciocavallo cheese.

413 Avenue Beaumont, Montréal
QC H3N 1T6, Canada

14. Pizza Toni

104 Rue Saint- Viateur O, Montréal, QC H2T 2L1, Canada

Following the success of Falafel Yoni in Mile End, owner Yoni Amir has used his name (with a twist) for another venture several doors down. Pizza Toni’s menu is simple: grab n’ go New York-style pizza slices in five classic flavours including pepperoni, margherita and marinara, with prices running from $22 to $28 for a whole pie. What makes it stand out, though, is a delightfully crunchy crust and the spicy honey and ranch sauce that can be drizzled on top.

104 Rue Saint- Viateur O, Montréal
QC H2T 2L1, Canada

15. Chez Zac Pizzeria

8 Avenue Duluth E, Montréal, QC H2W 1G6, Canada

2020 newcomer Chez Zac on the corner of Duluth and St-Laurent bakes its thin-crust ‘zas in a stone oven, which they say tastes better than wood-fired, and they might have us convinced. Devout meat eaters, take note: The popularity of one of its vegan pizzas — the Lisa Simpson, a margherita, with artichokes, sun-dried tomatoes, and almonds — has recently encouraged the restaurant to go entirely plant-based.

8 Avenue Duluth E, Montréal
QC H2W 1G6, Canada

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16. Pizzeria Magpie (multiple locations)

16 rue Maguire, Montreal, QC, Canada

Magpie’s wood-fired oven — late of the defunct Tutto Bene on St-Viateur — whips up pizzas made with excellent base ingredients: 00 flour, San Marzano red sauce, and quality cheese. The margherita here, generously studded with fat basil leaves, is among the best in the city. The digs are stylish and oysters are on offer, too.

16 rue Maguire, Montreal
QC, Canada

17. Pizza Bouquet

32 Rue Beaubien E, Montréal, QC H2S 1P8, Canada

In response to the “lack of slice culture” in Montreal, Pizza Bouquet opened in the back of the popular, LGBTQ-friendly watering hole Notre Dame des Quilles at the beginning of 2018. Now with its own standalone location across the street, it’s become even more of a hot-spot slice shop. Owner-operator Andre Theriault sells pies — soppressata, mozza with pomodoro, potato-rosemary, and more — both by the slice and by the pie.

32 Rue Beaubien E, Montréal
QC H2S 1P8, Canada

18. Pizzeria Gema

6827 St-Dominique, Montreal, QC H2S 3B1, Canada

Stefano Faita and Michele Forgione, the duo that redefined what quality Italian food could be for Little Italy with Impasto, gave the neighbourhood this sister pizzeria five years back, and it’s still one of the best around. Another sister pizzeria, Vesta on Jarry, is also worth your time.

6827 St-Dominique, Montreal
QC H2S 3B1, Canada

19. San Gennaro

69 Saint-Zotique Est, Montreal, QC H2S 1K7, Canada

Head to St-Zotique Street for some of the finest pizza al taglio this side of Lazio, from the same owners as neighbouring Bottega Pizzeria. San Gennaro also serves homemade gelato, pastries (including some mighty fine cannoli), and Italian coffee.

69 Saint-Zotique Est, Montreal
QC H2S 1K7, Canada

20. Pizzeria Napoletana

189 rue Dante, Montreal, QC H2S 1K1, Canada

One of the oldest pizza slingers in the city, this Little Italy BYOB opened in 1948 as a small bar and is currently being run by the third generation of the family. With quality ingredients and a menu that runs 41 pizzas long, it's not unusual to see some sizeable lines, especially on weekends.

189 rue Dante, Montreal
QC H2S 1K1, Canada

21. Elio's

351 Bellechasse, Montreal, QC, Canada

At 88, Italy-born Elio De Lauri still oversees the daily production of sauce and dough at his restaurant on a nondescript, yet historic strip of Bellechasse in Rosemont-Petite-Patrie. The pizza is hard to pin down stylistically: not quite old-school delivery, New York-style. or Neapolitan. It’s just Elio’s — and has been that way since 1964.

351 Bellechasse, Montreal
QC, Canada

22. Le Pontiac

701 Avenue du Mont-Royal E, Montréal, QC H2J 1W7, Canada

Danny St-Pierre told The Montreal Gazette that discovering Detroit-style pizza that travels well rather than “flimsy, super fragile Neapolitan stuff...was like a kick in the nuts.” That revelation inspired St-Pierre to open a pan pizza pop-up off the island, and then a St-Henri joint six months later, and finally restaurant Le Pontiac in the Plateau. The pizzas here aren’t for the faint of heart: options include the pizzaghetti topped with spaghetti and smoked meat au gratin, Le Gros Mac with cheeseburger, pickles, and a special sauce, and the black pudding with blood sausage, apples, onions and pickled mustard seeds.

701 Avenue du Mont-Royal E, Montréal
QC H2J 1W7, Canada

23. Antonietta

6672 Avenue Papineau, Montréal, QC H2G 2X2, Canada

Bright and cheery Antonietta opened in July 2019 in place of Pizza Villa on Papineau, and has become a favourite in Petite-Patrie, serving Jean Talon Market-fresh ingredients in its decadent pastas and Neapolitan pizzas. Reservations for indoor dining are done via their website, but call or message for outdoor seating.

6672 Avenue Papineau, Montréal
QC H2G 2X2, Canada

24. Taglio di Roma

949 Boulevard d'Auteuil, Laval, QC H7E 5J7, Canada

Options for Roma-style square slices in Montreal are limited, but this one (technically not in the city) is a really good bet. The flour is imported from Italy and the resulting dough takes 72 hours to rise. Try classic potato and rosemary, or Romana with anchovies, olives and oregano — by the slice, a half or full sheet. Pick-up only.

949 Boulevard d'Auteuil, Laval
QC H7E 5J7, Canada

25. Da Bologna

5189 Charleroi, Montreal, QC, Canada

A fixture in Montreal North since 1958, Da Bologna's yeasty dough has disciples all over the city (the restaurant uses it for subs too). Toppings are generous and often depart from your standard all-dressed in wild, delicious ways. The Mercedes Arrabbiata, for one, has spicy capicola, pepperoni, and olive oil-soaked hot peppers.

5189 Charleroi, Montreal
QC, Canada

26. D'Agostino

7470 Maurice-Duplessis, Montreal, QC H1E 3Y1, Canada

The traditional all-dressed comprises 80 percent of all the pizzas that D'Agostino sells. The dough is handmade, the sauce, a lightly-seasoned San Marzano, and the cheese a closely-guarded secret. Sicilian owner Agostino Lumia has been in the game for over four decades.

7470 Maurice-Duplessis, Montreal
QC H1E 3Y1, Canada

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