Trilussa Pizza and Pane
At Trilussa Pizza and Pane, guests can taste one of the most authentic Roman pizzas in Vancouver with toppings that may even require a knife and fork to enjoy. All of Trilussa’s pane (Roman bread) is handmade with passion and love. Trilussa’s food is created using only the freshest and finest ingredients, with no additives or preservatives, and only 100 percent cold-pressed extra virgin olive oils.
Trilussa Pizza and Pane, 4363 Main Street, Vancouver, BC V5V 3R1, Canada, +1 604 558 3338
A tiny but popular, pizza-focused establishment in Chinatown, Pizzeria Farina opens daily serving up tasty pizzas until 5pm or until the dough runs out. The dough is thin, soft but with a crunch, and has slight charring from the oven. The place has a trendy interior with shelves on the walls lined with tinned tomatoes, and the space is small, seating only a few people at small tables on the side and a large communal table in the middle. If you dine in, there are infused olive oils available as condiments that are sold separately if you want to take them home.
Pizzeria Farina, 915 Main Street, Vancouver, BC V6A 2V8, Canada, +1 604 681 9334
Straight Outta Brooklyn NYC Pizzeria
With a quirky interior complete with a lit-up Brooklyn sign, exposed brick, and white walls, Straight Outta Brooklyn NYC Pizzeria aims to bring a little New York to Vancouver by giving its guests an experience that is truly ‘straight outta Brooklyn. With massive slices of delicious hot, fresh and healthy, crispy, thin foldable pizza packed with tasty toppings, the pizzeria has easily captured the heart of many a New York pizza lover.
Straight Outta Brooklyn NYC Pizzeria, 350 Robson Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 2B2, Canada, +1 604 559 3500
Classic topping combinations with a twist, served in a casual atmosphere, make every visit to Pizza Carano feel like dinner at a friend’s. The non-traditional Neapolitan-style pizza is made with simple, fresh ingredients and prepared slowly to enhance each flavor. Pizza Carano is a small place, with a long communal table in the middle and some seating around the restaurant for singles or couples. Guests can add extra meats such as hickory smoked ham or sopressata, vegetables such as roasted garlic or hickory smoked castelvetrano olives, or other toppings like roasted macadamia nuts or basil oil to any of their pizzas for a small extra cost. They can also order any pizza with gluten-free dough.
Pizza Carano, 4241 Fraser Street, Vancouver, BC V5V 4G1, Canada, +1 604 877 1270
A thin-crust pizzeria with over 700 board and card games that are free to play, Pizzeria Ludica‘s goal is to promote facetime and unplugging. It offers its guests an opportunity to spend quality time with family and friends over good food and a board game. All of Ludica’s pizzas are handmade with naturally leavened dough and baked in the restaurant’s own stone oven. They also have plenty of options for switching out ingredients to make pizzas vegetarian and even vegan-friendly.
Pizzeria Ludica, 189 Keefer Place, Vancouver, BC V6B 6L4, Canada, +1 604 669 5552