We use only the finest local, organic ingredients.

At Tomavinos we are not only passionate about extraordinary food and exceptional service: we are philosophers, athletes, raconteurs, artists, and lovers of nature. We strive for excellence in every aspect of our lives but especially in the quality of our product. We use only the finest of local organic ingredients and are constantly searching for and incorporating new and exciting ideas into our repertoire. We have been serving up our award-winning pizza for more than two decades and our goal has always been and will continue to be giving our customers and unforgettable culinary experience.

Serving gourmet
pizzas and salads for
over 20 years.
Ranked No. 1 on Tripadvisor 2015
Voted Best Pizza
in Halifax by the
Fringe Society
Most points by
Halifax Pizzapatrol
with 4.5/5

Accolades



Tomavinos is the proud recipient of The Coast Magazine’s Best Pizza in Halifax Award 4 years running


I grew up in Chicago and was raised on the best pizza in the world, but Tomasino’s rivals, if not surpasses, the renowned offerings of the windy city. The Ambrosia pizza simply has no equal.

Edna Keeble
Halifax, Nova Scotia


Even after sixteen years as regular customers, it is hard to tire of the friendly and welcoming staff, the consistently delicious food, the contemporary jazz renderings of keyboard player Chris Elson, the great selection of wine and other beverages and the very affordable prices.

A Tomavinos pizza, a bottle of Chianti and our favorite cheese cake make this enjoyable experience a high point of any weekend.

Barb and Lee Mitchells
Halifax, Nova Scotia


Tomavinos voted #1 pizza in Halifax by The Atlantic Fringe Festival

The Chronicle Herald


Tomavinos delivered the best pizza in a contest between ten pizzerias in August 2006, according to the Chronicle Herald newspaper..Tomasinos makes its dough and sauce from scratch and offers exotic ingredients and, although their pizzas are the most expensive, you can count on standing in line on Friday night.

Chronicle Herald
Aug 31 2006


Walking up the sidewalk to Tomavinos Pizzeria and Cellar Ristorante, you’re greeted by a complex combination of aromas wafting through the air. Our appetizer, the focacia, provided a clue as to the rest of the meal. The heaping basket of roasted bread brought to our table was topped as asiago, mozzarella and parmesan cheeses, fresh basil and olive oil. …Another of our group ordered Ambrosia – sauteed mushrooms, Italian sausage and fresh spinach. This particular pizza has such a hold on this diner that Tomavino could serve nothing else and she’d never notice.


Tomavinos Pizza on South Street was the top pick of two of our judges in the Daily News Best Pizza Contest– Linda Dean and Doug MacKay. MacKay loved the sauce, calling it “fantastic.” Pam Berman also liked this pizza: “looked good, tasted good.”

Halifax Daily News