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11 pizza spots in Burnaby you need to try

There's nothin' better than a slice ... or a whole pie 🍕



September 1, 2021 | 10:50 pm

Regardless of your opinion on whether pineapple belongs on a pizza, we can all agree that pizza is perfect for any time and any place. Game night never feels complete without ordering a couple of pies, and nothing gets you energized for the rest of the day like a hearty slice for lunch.

Check out our list for inspiration for your next pie adventure, and let us know if we missed out on your favourites!

Sopra Sotto Pizzeria

This pizzeria in the Heights is a local favourite, and with good reason. The decor inside is classy and compliments the white pizza oven, and their extensive menu promises a delicious Italian meal. Their pizzas are handmade from their wood-fired oven topped with authentic flavours, and their pastas are crowd-pleasers as well.
Address: 4022 Hastings Street

Cotto Enoteca Pizzeria

Cotto Enoteca is another pizzeria in the Heights, and they have gathered a loyal following over the years. They provide gluten-friendly options for their wood-fired pizzas, and many have praised the onion jam on their Funghi pizza.
Address: 6011 Hastings Street

Viva Sue Pizza

This family-operated pizza joint near the Burnaby Village Museum is a local staple. They have an extensive selection of pizzas to choose from, and you can even create your own combination of toppings!
Address: 5115 Canada Way

The Rolling Dough

Speaking of an extensive menu, we can’t forget The Rolling Dough. Not only do they have plenty of vegetarian options, but they also offer specialty pizzas such as the Seoul City Kimchi.
Address:  2900 Bainbridge Ave #104

Bella Pizza

Bella Pizza is a family-owned and operated pizzeria that first opened on Denman Street. Their award-winning pizzas are loved by the locals, and much credit is given to their quick and fresh delivery service.
Address: 4624 Imperial Street

Me-n-Ed’s Pizza Parlor

Me-n-Ed’s is a long-standing fixture of the neighbourhood and they are perfect for a casual meal with family and friends. They offer gluten-free options, as well as some creative specialty pizzas such as the popular Big Dill Pizza, which is topped with fresh dill and a lemon dill ranch aioli drizzle.
Address: 7110 Hall Avenue

Argo Greek Cuisine Pizza & Pasta

This family-owned Greek takeout place is famous for its perfectly textured pizzas. In addition to traditional pizza toppings, they also add toppings with a Mediterranean twist. Don’t forget to try their tasty offering of Greek food as well!
Address:  3790 Canada Way #108

Socrates in the Heights

This is another Greek restaurant that offers delicious pizza with a Mediterranean twist. You can either choose from their three specialty pizzas (Socrates, Greek and Plato’s) or create your own pizza with a wide variety of toppings to choose from. They also offer Greek drinks that are perfectly refreshing for such a hearty meal.
Address: 4651 E Hastings Street

Pizza Pizzeria

This hidden gem is perfect for midnight cravings. Their Indian Style Veggie pizza is a crowd favourite, and it also offers a delicious array of Indian dishes. Don’t worry if you’re just looking for a midnight snack, they offer a personal size for their pizzas!
Address: 8679 E 10th Avenue

Stan’s Pizza Joint

Stan’s has been making award-winning pizzas for over 20 years so you know they’ve got some pizza-making skills. They’ve got a roster of creative pies to try like the Mini Burrito (salsa, sausage, onion and tomato) or the English Breakfast (bacon, sausage, mushroom, and tomato). Currently, Stan’s is operating for pick-up and delivery only.
Address: 4527 Hastings Street


This Kingsway restaurant is perfect for a family night out or after-work happy hour with its open atmosphere created by high ceilings and a variety of tables. Their pizza menu includes options such as the traditional Margherita, Verdura, and even the Hawaiian.
Address: 4501 Kingsway

Vikki Hui

Burnaby Beacon contributor

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