15 Bucket List Pizza Spots You Need To Try Out In Ottawa

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15 Bucket List Pizza Spots You Need To Try Out In Ottawa

Let's be real, pizza cures everything. A breakup, a shitty day, or just on a Friday night watching movies by yourself. Whether you order in or dine out, you can never go wrong with a slice (or the whole) pizza. 

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I know we're all trying to get that summer body, but listen, pizza comes first. Everything in moderation, right? So if you're a pizza addict, here are 15 bucket list pizza spots you need to try out in Ottawa. 

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Anthony's // Multiple Locations

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Louis' Pizza // 181 McArthur Ave

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La Favorita // 356 Preston St

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Piz'za-za // 36 Laval St

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Isabella Pizza // 118 Isabella St

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Johnny Farina // 216 Elgin St

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The Grand Pizzeria & Bar // 74 George St

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Fiazza Fresh Fired // 86 Murray St

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Roberto Pizzeria // 348 Preston St

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Tennessy Willems // 1082 Wellington St W

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Pizza Café Taché // 481 Bd Alexandre Taché

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Bread & Sons Bakery // 195 Bank St

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Crust & Crate Public House // 325 Marché Way #105

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Industria Pizzeria + Bar // 225 Marché Way #107

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Napoli's // 81 Richmond Rd

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