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Hero Certified Pizza!

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Hero Certified Pizza!

From Hero Certified Burgers comes Hero Certified Pizza!

https://www.facebook.com/herocertifiedpizza/

Had them today and wow, they are good. The dough is the standout of their little pizzas, toppings and flavours were awesome too but I can't get enough of the dough. They're personal sized and cost a little over $3 each. 2 will satisfy you while 3 will make you full. I had 3 for lunch and going back to work afterward was not fun.

There's only one location right now at the Stockyards (Weston and St Clair) in Toronto.
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Tried it last summer and have been wanting to go back, but I haven't been in the area again. In 2019, I will definitely make efforts to return ASAP.
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I have not tried them yet, but their Stockyards location has an excellent presentation on display when you walk in.
I believe they are in the personal sized pizza business.
Very creative with some of the toppings also, including an Egg, potato and meat pizza:
(bottom right corner might be a dessert pizza of some sort)

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Last edited by playnicee1 on Jan 8th, 2019 10:53 am, edited 1 time in total.
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"Certified" by who? Certainly not VPN (as that isn't the style they're making)...

http://americas.pizzanapoletana.org/
Friendly reminder: South Street is the second coming of Licks, and Works Burger is a bad ripoff of Red Robin put out by those purveyors of garbage, MTY Group.
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playnicee1 wrote:
Jan 8th, 2019 10:55 am
Who are their burgers certified by??
Good question! I guess the only "certificates" they have are... a business licence and a food safety "pass" on the front door ;-)
Friendly reminder: South Street is the second coming of Licks, and Works Burger is a bad ripoff of Red Robin put out by those purveyors of garbage, MTY Group.

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