You can find just about any style of pizza in Toronto. Whether you’re hankering for thin-crust wood-fired or a New World pie drowning in cheese, the city’s pie slingers have you covered. At this Leslieville parlor, the Detroit-style pizzas start with the dough. It’s proofed for 2 days before being set into a well-oiled square pan and then layered from edge to edge with pepperoni, cheese, and, finally, tomato sauce on top (that’s why these Motor City pies are sometimes called upside-down pizzas). The resulting crust is crunchy and caramelized on the bottom, with a gorgeous airiness. The beer and cider list includes Ontario craft brews such as Beau’s.