Toronto restaurants offering pizza-making kits for delivery or pick-up

Mar 24 2020, 11:03 am

As Torontonians physically isolate among the COVID-19 pandemic, it makes sense that some folks — especially the kiddos — are seeking an outlet for pent-up energy.

Enter pizza-making.

Two Toronto pizza parlours have launched the option of pizza-making kits, with one spot offering delivery and the other, call-ahead pick-up.

If you’re downtown, you can order a kit from General Assembly through Uber Eats or Foodora. Each kit makes two pizzas, and there are two topping-combo options available. Instructions are included, so no (additional) stress there.

 

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If you’re further west, consider calling ahead to pick up your pie kit from Cici’s in Parkdale.

This spot’s DIY package includes a 12-hour proofed dough fit for a large pizza plus pizza sauce, cheese and — if you want it — pepperoni. There will also be a dipping sauce of your choice thrown in, all for $10.

You can call Cici’s at 416-533-3311 to place your order for a delicious meal that doubles as a way to facilitate a little “letting loose” around the house.

Or at least within the kitchen.

 

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