Toronto's food scene is among the most diverse (and delicious) in the entire country. And is it any wonder? Canada's best-known city means flavours to savour from all around the world, including those from Italy.\nAh, yes, Italian food: known for its abundance of taste and simple yet always-wholesome ingredients, these uncomplicated dishes are perfect paired with your favourite people, and, of course, an empty stomach because seconds are bound to happen. After all, it’s not a question of who loves Italian food — but rather who loves it the most.\nThere’s nothing quite like an unforgettable dining experience, but setting the mood isn’t just about amazing food, it’s also about authentic Italian beer, which is where Birra Moretti comes in. With every sip, the smooth, delicate beer will help transport you straight to the ancient stradi of Rome, or the beautiful vigneti of Tuscany.\nLuckily, Toronto has many Italian eateries that are ideal for a night out with loved ones, lots of laughs, incredible dishes, and premium beer all in a welcoming ambiance.\nCarisma\nPrice: 💸💸💸\nAddress: 15 Toronto St., Toronto, ON M5C 2EC\nWhy You Need To Go: Offering more of an upscale dining experience, Carisma not only makes a great destination for a first date but small gatherings too. They have private rooms available plus an epic dolci (that's Italian for desserts) menu, with treats like ricotta cheesecake, tiramisu, and even an apple-pear strudel! If you don’t want to do takeout or delivery, you can also enjoy your meal on their patio.\n View this post on Instagram When hunger strikes 😋 A post shared by CARISMA (@carisma.to) on Feb 29, 2020 at 2:58pm PST\n\nMenu\n\n\n\nCafe Oro di Napoli\nPrice: 💸💸💸\nAddress: 75 Jarvis St., Toronto, ON M5C 2H2\nWhy You Need To Go: Available for takeout, this Neapolitan-style pizzeria is nestled in Old Town Toronto. Oro di Napoli is all about combining charm with comfort — and that goes for decor as much as it does for food! Some of their more charming dishes include rigatoni osso buco and the classic (and delicious!) spaghetti carbonara. \n View this post on Instagram A good pizza always makes him smile! 😊 #pizza #pizzaiolo #pizzalife #neapolitanpizza #pizzalover #pizzalove #pizzagram #torontopizza #takeout #ubereats A post shared by Cafe Oro Di Napoli (@cafeorodinapoli) on May 9, 2020 at 2:06pm PDT\n\nMenu\n\n\n\nBuono\nPrice: 💸💸\nAddress: 838 College St., Toronto, ON M6H 1A2\nWhy You Need To Go: You can also find Buono at 354 Queen St. W. Either way, you can bet on a delicious meal. Fair warning, though: their lasagna al ragu just might make you completely addicted to their food! You’ve got the option between takeout and their back patio. \n View this post on Instagram Lasagna brings me layers of joy 😊. This Lasagna Al Ragu, with layers of fresh pasta, beef and veal bolognese sauce, bechamel and parmigiano, is absolutely divine! Pasta seriously makes me so happy! 🥰 @buonotoronto is offering its fresh pasta dishes for takeout and for delivery on food apps. If you're craving some good Italian food, keep your belly satisfied with a meal from here. Lil Mochi couldn't get enough of this lasagna! 😋🍝 . . . . . A post shared by Maggie - Foodie. Mommy. Mochi. (@ms.pink.mochi) on May 28, 2020 at 7:11am PDT\n\nMenu\n\n\n\nDecò Ristorante Italiano & Wine Bar\nPrice: 💸💸💸\nAddress: 2840 Dundas St. W., Toronto, ON M6P 1Y7\nWhy You Need To Go: Open for patio dine-in, takeout, and delivery, Decò serves up amazing options for brunch, lunch, and dinner. Though their menu is ever-changing, one thing remains the same: they always offer you an authentic Italian experience with their imported ingredients.\n View this post on Instagram # brunches #thejunctiontoronto #italianfood A post shared by Decò, Ristorante Wine Bar (@deco.toronto) on Aug 11, 2020 at 10:15am PDT\n\nMenu\n\n\n\nGiovanni's Italian Kitchen & Pizza Bar\nPrice: 💸💸💸\nAddress: 760 College St., Toronto, ON M6G 1C4\nWhy You Need To Go: What isn't to love about this neighbourhood restaurant? Whether for takeout or dining on their patio, indulge in their signature dishes such as crispy polenta fries, mortadella pizza, pappardelle cinghiale (featuring wild boar), and many other delicacies. \n View this post on Instagram Italian food is a culture, not just a cuisine... I grew up loving Italian food. I was a picky eater that the plethora of flavors and traditions from Italian cuisine seduced, lol. And I'm still very much in love with it, if not even more. This Fico e Prosciutto Salad- Figs, Prosciutto, Arugula, Mozzarella di buffala - from @giovannisitalianpizzabar has that Italian "simplicity", a few really good ingredients to make something just incredibly delicious. If you are looking for something delicious and Summer friendly I would totally reccomend it. More on Giovanni's in my next posts, too much goodnessfor just one post, lol. Thank you so much @giovannisitalianpizzabar and @recsmedia for the hospitality and wonderful food. A post shared by Toronto Food blog| Laura (@thekeeneater) on Aug 10, 2020 at 4:25pm PDT\n\nMenu\n\n\n\nCano\nPrice: 💸💸💸\nAddress: 1108 St. Clair W., Toronto, ON M6E 1A7\nWhy You Need To Go: If you not only love Italian food but seafood too, then this place is definitely for you. Yelp reviewers rate it 4.5 stars, with food inspired by Italian basics. Plus, their drink selection is super solid and includes Birra Moretti, Italy’s favourite beer, which you can enjoy inside the restaurant or on their patio. They even offer curbside pickup and contactless delivery. \n View this post on Instagram *(back on the menu)*Panna Cotta made with Fresh grade A Vanilla beans, topped with Caramel & black flake sea salt. ❤️ @canorestaurant A post shared by CANO RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL BAR (@canorestaurant) on Jul 24, 2020 at 9:32am PDT\n\nMenu\nThe Taverniti Group (Tav's Resto Bar, Trattoria Taverniti, Rosina's)\nPrice: 💸💸💸\nAddresses: 589 College St., Toronto, ON M6G 1B2; 591 College St., Toronto, ON M6G 1B2; 740 King St. W., Toronto, ON M5V 1N3\nWhy You Need To Go: Available for takeout or dine-in, all three of these restaurants, situated either in the heart of Little Italy or right on King Street, serve up incredible authentic Italian food to go with your authentic Italian beer. Not only do they each make some of the best gnocchi and pizza in the city, but you can still see Nonna Rosina in action here. They’re also the very first Birra Moretti flagships in Canada!\n View this post on Instagram Our gnocchi bar - unforgettable experience and recipes await! . . . . . . . #torontoeats #tastetoronto #torontofoodie #torontolife #toronto #blogto #tastethesix #foodporn #torontorestaurants #tofoodies #the6ix #gtafood #tofood #cravethe6ix #yelpgta #torontoigers #yelpgtaeats #torontoblogger #gnocchi A post shared by Tav’s (@tavsrestobar) on Feb 1, 2020 at 9:02am PST\n\nMenus: Tav's Resto Bar, Trattoria Taverniti, Rosina's\nOf course, all the restaurants mentioned above have two things in common: fantastic Italian food and a super solid drink option in Birra Moretti.\nThis lager-European pale beer, imported from and brewed in Udine, Italy, is served at all the above-mentioned restaurants. Other than pairing incredibly well with simple Italian dishes like pasta, pizza, and roasted meats, Birra Moretti also happens to be incredibly smooth and aromatic.\nSo even if your meal is something a little bit less Italian-themed, no worries. Keep an eye out for Birra Morretti the next time you’re out buying beer. Cheers!\nFor more information on Birra Moretti, check out their website, Instagram, and Facebook.