Where to Find Great Pizza in Kitsilano



When faced with an array of choices, you just can’t go wrong with the classic margherita pizza

A thin, blistered crust. Ovals of melted mozzarella. Sweet tomato sauce perfumed with basil. Before you get all slim and trim for the upcoming season, order a pizza, the ultimate comfort food, from one of these 5 great pizzerias in Kitsilano. Best to enjoy it guilt free.

Where to Find Great Pizza in Kitsilano

1. Bibo Pizzeria con Cucina
Serving authentic Neapolitan pizzas, this Italian-owned hotspot also sells Italian groceries. Add to that a good wine list, a kids menu, and classic Italian movies running in the background, and you’ve got yourself a perfect spot for pie.
Bibo Pizzeria con Cucina, 1835 West 4th Avenue, (604) 568-6177, Thebibo.com

2. Double DD Pizza
Since the 1980s, this family-run Greek restaurant has been dishing out generous portions of home-style souvlakis, pastas, and pizzas to hungry Kits residents. Easy to remember name, gluten-free options, and free delivery. What’s not to like?
Double DD Pizza, 3510 West 4th Avenue, (604) 736-7001, Ddpizza.ca

3. Napoletana Pizza and Gelato
This is a family-owned neighbourhood pizzeria with a welcoming, friendly service, and beautiful gelato (which is also available for delivery!). Their pizza ingredients are super fresh and much of it organic.
Napoletana Pizza and Gelato, 2576 Arbutus Street, (604) 736-9800, Enjoyfresh.net

4. Nook
Fire-roasted thin-crust pizzas a block from the beach, and an Italian weekend brunch too. See more of our news on Nook here.
Nook, 1525 Yew Street, (604) 734-0099, Nooktakeaway.com

5. NOVO Pizzeria & Wine Bar
Also Italian owned, with authentic Neapolitan pizzas and house-made pastas, NOVO is consistently a favourite and rightly so. Plus it’s conveniently located just a few steps from Fifth Avenue Cinemas.
NOVO Pizzeria & Wine Bar, 2118 Burrard Street, (604) 736-2220, Novopizzeria.com



Last modified: March 13, 2014

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