Toronto’s best cheap pizza slices right now

Toronto’s best cheap pizza slices right now

Five of our all-time favourites for $10 or less

Badiali’s vodka slice

1. Badiali’s vodka pie

Almost three years after it opened, Badiali still attracts lineups for its NY-style pizza. We totally get it. The vodka slice—dough fermented for two days, then topped with a kicky rosé sauce and creamy fior di latte—is worth the wait. $5.25.

2. Superpoint’s pepperoni

Each floppy slice is super saucy and salty; each shiny curled-up cup of pepperoni cradles a smattering of parm, melting like teeny piles of cheesy snowflakes. $7. @superpoint184

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3. Revolver’s ’nduja special

The pies at this Mimico pizzeria are of the thin, blistery wood- fired style. We’re big fans of this umami bomb topped with fior di latte, punchy ’nduja, wild mushrooms and a liberal sprinkling of nutty sesame seeds. $4.50.

4. Fresca’s margherita with pesto

This College Street pizzeria dresses each and every slice simply and perfectly with vibrant tomato sauce, mozzarella, a few brushstrokes of pesto and fresh basil. For extra oomph, ask for a squiggle of their house garlic sauce. $4.50. @frescapizzatoronto

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5. Ciao Roma’s potato and hot salami

Since 2011, this Woodbridge pizzeria has specialized in pizza al taglio, slabs cut to order and sold by weight. We’re partial to this white pie covered with comforting mashed potatoes and hunks of spicy Genoa salami. Prices vary.