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“Very delicious pizza and salad”
Review of Hey Lucy Cafe

Hey Lucy Cafe
Ranked #212 of 9,176 Restaurants in Toronto
Price range: US$5 - US$25
Cuisines: Italian
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Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Neighbourhood: Downtown West
Description: Welcome to Hey Lucy, Authentic wood burning oven, hand stretched pizza, fresh pasta, great patio, casual pizzeria and bar, great music, popular weekend brunch and of course our famous Wednesday night martini feature ... Our concept is built around a lot of things The Most importantly is you and how we look After You're a guest. We offer authentic wood burning oven pizza from pizza ovens That are hand made in Italy, we use only DOP tomatoes for our pizza sauce made on site. Our Martini menu HAS over 20 selections and the hand is great they're only $ 4.49 Every Wednesday. 295 King Street West - in the heart of the Entertainment District With newly renovated decor and a great bar and main floor seating, patio fronting has GREAT ROOF TOP PATIO, second floor seating and PRIVATE PARTY ROOM for up to 25 people. Total seating for 150 + Dress is upscale casual and pre theater.
Reviewed 27 May 2017

We had an enjoyable meal at Hey Lucy Cafe. Excellent and quick service with yummy desserts. Fair prices for good food

Thank swede493
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Reviewed 17 May 2017

Before a concert or theatre, this cafe on King St. Is a good place to grab a bite. Service is timely and your water, coffee is refilled often. The chicken avocado wrap with salad was spicey and warm. The goat cheese salad with chicken was a good size and tastey. There is a good selection of drinks too. There is a small outdoor patio for good weather eating outside. Prices are reasonable for the Theatre District area.

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Thank Gloria B
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Reviewed 29 April 2017 via mobile

My friend and I stopped in for pizza and wine. It's always excellent service from very friendly staff (although the staff seems to change often). Tasty thin crust wood fired pizza. It's not the most authentic Italian but it's quite good, and the atmosphere of the old decrepit building is cool.

Thank PaigeYYZ
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Reviewed 27 April 2017 via mobile

We went here for my husband's birthday and we loved it! There were 3 couples and everyone really enjoyed their meals. The paninis, calzones and pizzas are amazing, can't wait to go back and try different ones! The staff were super friendly and the atmosphere is funky! 10/10

Thank KeriannG
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Reviewed 19 April 2017

We stopped in and were pleasantly surprised. One of few places we passed that was open on Easter Monday, which is apparently a holiday in Canada. There was a 30 min wait, so we went to the CN Tower and came back. We were not disappointed. The pizza is amazing - which is saying a lot. My husband and I disagree on pizza but we both loved this. We got a bacon, goat cheese, & broccoli w tomato pesto sauce for an appetizer and our son had a kids pizza (cheese) as his meal. One of us had a pepperoni calzone that was amazing -with sauce on the side for dipping - and the other a chicken panini, which was also good. If you get the panini, know that the chicken is cold and thinly sliced (not a solid chicken breast). Still good, but not clear from the menu; had I known that, I might have ordered differently as I was in the mood for hot food. Pesto was great, as were the balsamic onions. The table next to us had mac & cheese balls and ravioli, which looked equally amazing. Service was excellent (don't let the sports bar look fool you) and attentive. Overall, a good spot for reasonable priced meal and excellent pizza!

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Thank gusfamgoes
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