110 W 6th St, Vancouver
(360) 843-9696

Recent Reviews

Kara Makin-Bond

best pizza in Vancouver! never disappointed!!

Kellie Welch Gordon

Chastising guests for wearing a mask during a pandemic? Super rude at best. At worst, ignorant of CDC recommendations and Governor mandates.

Melinda Griffin

Fabulous pizza! Best in downtown Vancouver! The pepperoni and the arugula are my favorites! The last time I was in the owner wasn't there, and my pizza was a bit undercooked. Although very tasty as usual, I wanted to make sure he knew this. ?

Holly K.

Very tasty pizza if you go with most of the options they have, and a well appointed bathroom BUT the pepperoni they use here is not good, I wish so much they would switch to something else. I had to throw it away after my son, myself and my extremely not picky dad could not eat it.

Shannon Blakeman

Some of the best pizza in town IMO. I love that wood brick fire taste.

Eternal Philo

Great Vegan options and the environment isn't too bad. If you want a more scenic setting I recommend taking a few steps outside into the square. Staff was kind and respectful. It was odd that there were so many people on a Wednesday, it seemed as if I waited for an hour or so to actually get my order. I ordered One Mushroom Pizza with Vegan cheese which came out to about $20+ after tax. The experience was good overall but still quite pricey for the food quantity given

Mer S.

Pizza was delicious and the people working were very nice! An improvement would be to chop the arugula for the salad and, especially the pizza. Flavor was on point!!!

Laurie G.

Delicious & quick. Ordered a pizza to go while traveling and staying nearby. So yummy!

J L.

This is the best pizza I've had in years. Been here 4 times and every pizza had high quality ingredients and unique flavor. Though many places feature an Italian wood oven they still use common and middle of the road ingredients. - but not here. Also, I had a generous portion of salad with combinations that were daring, delicious and unexpected in a pizza place. Humble place, humble people with high quality. Take your friends and try it out.

Liz T.

This rating is based solely on their sausage pizza. They make their own sausage. You can tell. There's so much more flavor to it. I'm willing to bet the rest of the menu is just as good. I'll eventually try more of the menu but for now, if I crave pizza, any pizza, it's their sausage pizza.

Tanya M.

If you enjoy the flavor burnt this is the place for you. The toppings were fresh and full of flavor, however the only way to taste them were to scrape them off the pizza. Won't be going back again.

Stephen A.

This is our pizza joint of preference. Great service from Stephan, and delicious wood fired pizza. Without question, go, eat, and leave with a smile.

Mindy P.

Here's what you need to know--Best Italian-style Pizza in Vancouver. That's all you need to know. Wood-fired, chewy crust the perfect thickness, fresh fresh fresh tasting (my guess is San Marzano) tomato sauce, and delicious toppings. I got the margherita and my mom got the burrata. I at the whole thing because it tasted so good! Bonus--the owner is a character. I have a feeling you'd best not ask for substitutions.

Christine Chase

Wow! This place is the real deal this is absolute genius with the flavor combinations involved in the pizza and salads. Will be back again and again!

Adam C.

I stopped by Nonavo for happy hour 5-6, weekdays. They offer $3 draft beers and $7 margarita pizzas. Their pizzas are wood fired so you end up with a delicious charred crust. The cheese and sauce on my pizza were simple but fresh and the size of the pizza was larger than I expected for $7. You definitely can't beat Nonavo, especially at happy hour.

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