In actual fact, there is no bar none best pizza in town, not because there aren't any excellent places: it's just that there are so many styles of pizza that it's impossible to compare the best orange with the best apple. Ragazzi is king of its class: real italian thin crust pizza.
What caught my eye the first time I sauntered through its doors was the caption on the awning: REAL Italian Pizza. That caption almost made me jam my brakes right through the car floor! Who would dare write something like that on their awning?! Real Italians, perhaps? I had to try. I'm glad I did.
My friend described to me what pizza was like in the area of Italy he visited on a work trip. Thin crust, light toppings, a generous amount of olive oil and just a light amount of cheese. This is certainly not your typical Canadian style pizza with the thick, chewy crust and the cheese so thick you can bounce a loaf of bread off of it. Ragazzi Pizza is subtle and altogether a beautiful thing to eat.
My favourite so far is the Rustica: Salami, Bacon, Potato, Onions --heaven on thin crust! I would love to try them all, but I'm going on a diet soon. So many pizzas, so little time! They also sell very decent pizza by the slice (usually veggie, pepperoni, and hawaiin which is not on the regular menu) and will take the time to warm it up in the oven before they send it your way.