Terroni is a Toronto institution—the first location on Queen West opened in 1992, making it practically ancient in a city where new restaurants seem to open weekly. It’s the perfect choice for those evenings when you feel like getting a little dressed up for a meal of fancy pizzas and pastas. Head here with a group so you can try as many dishes as possible, like the black truffle and sausage tonnarelli, white pizza with mozzarella, gorgonzola, fresh pears, walnuts, and speck, and flourless chocolate cake for dessert. Terroni has a few locations around the city, though we prefer the one on Adelaide Street since it’s inside an old courthouse.
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