Torontonians love their pizza. Even with well-established restaurants like Terroni and Pizzeria Libretto, there’s always room for a few more purveyors of quality pies. The latest to pop up is Piola, the first Canadian location of a well-liked chain of Italian pizza parlours. Catering to the urbane denizens of the West Queen West neighbourhood, the 98-seat eatery strikes a chic and sustainable setting with decor details like chairs made from recycled t-shirts and a feature wall displaying local artwork. The foodie-friendly fare includes two-dozen thin-crust pizzas ($13 to $19), plus an intriguing selection of antipasti, salads and pastas. For a special treat, book a table on the 29th of each month for “lucky gnocchi day,” featuring all the little dumplings you can eat for $14.99. And don’t be afraid to bring the kids: every Sunday in March from noon to 4 p.m., children under 10 can order any item on the restaurant’s kids menu for $6 each.