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Sun - Thurs | 11.30am - 10pm
Fri + Sat 11.30am - 11pm
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TORONTO, WE OUT HERE!

We are NOW OPEN!! Located in the heart of College Street, we’re thrilled to bring our plant-based, Italian-inspired fare to the vibrant and unique neighbourhood of Little Italy. 

Set in a historic neighbourhood that has evolved over the years, our newest location reflects the consistent inconsistency of design that gives Little Italy its character and charm. In an area so rich in layered history, we hope to connect with the vibrant culture the neighbourhood is known for, which we feel lucky to be a part of.

Inspired by the blending of old and new, we’ve brought these elements into our design through the use of mixed materials. From brushed brass and charred wood to layered stone and monochrom tiles, our approach pays homage to the original historic building we are in. Join us for lunch or dinner or pop by for a drink and a scoop of ice cream! Please note, we do not take reservations.

Interested in joining our TORONTO team?
Contact us HERE with your Cover Letter and Resume.

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Second Harvest

Second Harvest is the largest food rescue organization in Canada that works to reduce the amount of food wasted while ensuring people have access to the good, healthy food they need for success.

As a restaurant, food waste happens for various reasons. Virtuous Pie is proud to continue supporting a healthy planet + our community by regularly donating edible food waste to Second Harvest.

Greenhouse

 

We’re excited to work with Greenhouse to offer their delicious juices and kombucha. Cold pressed to order in Toronto, Greenhouse uses all organic ingredients, no added sugars or artificial ingredients, and reusable glass bottles.

Pick up a bottle of the Deep Roots, Genius, or Farma-C juice, or enjoy a Lime Lemongrass kombucha on tap!

Glory Hole Doughnuts

Glory Hole doughnuts are well-loved throughout Toronto and for good reason. Hand-made every day, Glory Hole uses fresh, local, and organic ingredients to make their artisan doughnuts, including rotating vegan flavours.

We’re currently serving their Vegan Cinnamon Doughnut – try it on its own or enjoy it in our Sundae feature!

Creekside Estate Winery

A quality obsessed winery based on the Niagara Peninsula, we’re excited to be offering both wine and cider from Creekside Estate.

Find their Cabernet Merlot and Sauvignon Blanc on tap, and bottles of Rood Apple Cider.

Side Launch Brewing Company

 

Locally based, Side Launch brews their award winning craft beers in Collingwood, Ontario. We’re excited to partner with them to offer both their signature Wheat beer (pair it with our Stranger Wings) and their Session Seven IPA (perfect with The Harvest).

The Poppe Shop

A throwback to the good old days with their vintage style bottles, we’re excited to partner with The Poppe Shop to serve their premium soft drinks. Choose either Cola, Root Beer, or Lime Ricky and try it as a float with a scoop of our handcrafted ice cream!

Nextjen Gluten Free

NextJen’s chef-created gluten-free flour blends and mixes means there is no need for sacrifice in texture and flavour when it comes to eating gluten-free!

Try the gluten-free crust as the base for your pizza, and don’t forget a decadent gluten-free ice cream sandwich for dessert!

Kal Mansur

Known for his solid acrylic sculptures characterized by varying colours and thicknesses, artist Kal Mansur commissioned a piece for our Toronto space called “The Seedling.”

This work combines the traditions of sculpture and painting, using solid acrylic elements with painted fields and objects to elicit a response between mystery and recognition. The built and painted sculpture is then covered with a translucent panel that visually alters the internal elements. This “shifting” of elements is most notable when viewing angles change

Pizza + Ice Cream That Plant Life