Porchetta & Co. sandwich in pizza form. Starting today and going until Thursday, both Pizzeria Libretto locations are offering a special pizza ($17) featuring the same porchetta and crackling that you’d find stuffed inside a Portuguese bun at Nick auf der Mauer’s popular Dundas West sandwich spot. The pizza also comes with rapini, truffle oil and chilies.">

Tasty combo alert: Porchetta & Co. and Pizzeria Libretto team up for a porky pizza


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Fan of mash-ups? Try this on for size: a Porchetta & Co. sandwich in pizza form. Starting today and going until Thursday, both Pizzeria Libretto locations are offering a special pizza ($17) featuring the same porchetta and crackling that you’d find stuffed inside a Portuguese bun at Nick auf der Mauer’s popular Dundas West sandwich spot. The pizza also comes with rapini, truffle oil and chilies.

In the past, Pizzeria Libretto has teamed up with other local businesses to bring something special to customers (the restaurant has featured charcuterie from The Black Hoof, for example). This combo sounds particularly fun.

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