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Toronto's One Night Only Is Celebrating National Pizza Day With A Beer-Inspired Pizza

It's your chance to support local, give back, and dig in.
Toronto's One Night Only Is Celebrating National Pizza Day With A Beer-Inspired Pizza

A lot of us love to unwind from a long day of work by cracking open a crisp, cold beer and munching away on a few slices of well-deserved cheesy pizza. This simple combo has stood the test of time because it's just that good. For those of you who don’t already have the date marked in your calendar, tomorrow is National Pizza Day — the perfect excuse to indulge.

In anticipation of National Pizza Day, Coors Organic has partnered with One Night Only, a family-run pizzeria started from home this March by a Toronto couple. Having recently expanded out of their backyard, this local business just opened their new brick-and-mortar location in Riverdale.

Together, they've created a limited-edition Savour What's Simple pizza that will be available to select Torontonians only for National Pizza Day. Made with simple, high-quality ingredients, it features organic tomato sauce, aged Canadian mozzarella, Parmigiano-Reggiano, and fresh basil.

Coors Organic is the expert in brewing with simple, high-quality ingredients. The beer is a great thirst-quencher that pairs perfectly with a no-fuss, flavourful pizza like One Night Only's new Savour What's Simple. It's basically a match made in food-and-drink heaven: light, organic beer with delicious homestyle pizza. 

To get your hands on this limited-edition pizza, enter One Night Only's giveaway today for the chance to win a FREE Savour What's Simple pizza! All you have to do is tag a friend on this Instagram post.

Tomorrow, they'll choose 25 winners at random and let them know what time they can collect their pizza on National Pizza Day. Winners must 19+ and available to pick up their ONO pizza (no customizations available) at 581 Pape Avenue on February 9 at their given pick-up time between 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. 

If you're looking for another reason to snag one of these and enjoy a cold brew, for every Savour What's Simple pizza given away in the contest, Coors Organic will match the retail price with a donation to Second Harvest

As the country's largest food rescue charity, Second Harvest recovers unsold, perishable food to protect the environment and provide hunger relief to charities, nonprofits, and Indigenous communities across Canada. 

This is a fun, easy way to not only indulge in a tasty food-and-beverage duo but also support local and give back to charity. 

For those of you not in the GTA, you can try making your own Savour What's Simple Pizza at home with the recommended ingredients and professional tips and tricks from One Night Only.

One Night Only Pizza

Whether homemade or from One Night Only, the Savour What's Simple pizza is a delicious way to celebrate National Pizza Day. Coors Organic is providing a great opportunity for Torontonians to support local, give back, and savour a mouthwatering pizza that goes well with their simple, organic brew.

The Savour What's Simple Pizza Giveaway From Coors Organic x One Night Only

When: Enter the contest today but winners will pick up the exclusive pizza on National Pizza Day (Tuesday, February 9, 2021) between 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. 

Address: Pickup at 581 Pape Ave., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Participate: For every Savour What’s Simple pizza win, Coors Organic will match the retail price and make a donation to Second Harvest, so you can eat well and do some good!

To learn more about Coors Organic, check out their website or follow them on Instagram or YouTube.

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