There’s no shortage of major cities with their own distinct pizza style. But only Boston raises the bar. Literally. Boston bar pizzas are thin 10” individual-sized pies baked in seasoned steel pans. The toppings stretch to the edge for a unique topping-focused experience. These pies have long been eaten in smokey, wood-panelled pubs and taverns of the renowned Southie neighbourhood of Boston – and, of course, washed down with cold, fresh lager on tap. The style and flavour of our pies summon a pre-gourmet pizza era.
One Person – One Pizza!
CHOSEN TO BE FROZEN
There’s no shortage of gourmet frozen pizzas out there. So why have we chosen frozen? Simple: beyond mere convenience, these 12 pies are designed to be cooked from frozen to capture – and keep – their flavour. We use all quality ingredients – whether they’re traditional toppings or surprising ingredients like pickles, pastrami, potato and jerk chicken. Our pizzas are made fresh in our kitchen, then immediately frozen to lock the freshness.
TAKE IT TO THE EDGE
What truly sets Twelve Brothers’ Bar Pizza apart from gourmet crust-focused pizza? We take flavour to the edge! Crust-focused wood-fired pizza can taste great right out of a wood fired oven. But a reheated wood-fired pizza’s crust gets chewy. (Plus all that crust takes away precious real estate for toppings!)
Twelve Brothers doesn’t have a crust because our pizzas are baked in seasoned steel pans. The result? A tasty caramelized edge that lets us add more topping per square inch. And when reheated from frozen it’s just as delicious as it would be freshly cooked.
Fill your freezer and enjoy anytime in under 8 minutes.
In downtown Toronto at BTO
242 King Street East, Toronto, ON
On the Toronto Islands at
The Riviera Wards Island Kitchen (Wards Island May – October)
102 Lakeshore Avenue, Toronto, ON M5J 1X9
In cottage country at Shoreline Furniture
9988 Highway 28, Apsley, ON K0L 2H0
Twelve Brothers will also be at the following festivals in Toronto this summer:
Fizz Fest – May 21-22
Fort York Garrison Common Toronto
Festival of Beer – July 22-24
Bandshell Park, Exhibition Place