Listen up, folks! Toronto is opening up and we all want to get out and about and a hot new spot is going to make that a heck of a lot more fun. A Pie Bar pizza popup has arrived behind Murphy’s Law, an institution of The Beaches. So let’s check it out, shall we?! 

Brought to us from the folks behind Murphy’s Law and Pie Bar, this Pizza & Beer Garden Pop-Up is serving up wood-fired pizza in traditional Neapolitan form. In total, you’ve got 20 amazing handcrafted pizzas and two different salads to choose from. 

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Photo via Murphy’s Law

Our go to’s? The Godfather with fior di latte, dry-cured pepperoni, double-smoked wild boar bacon, rosemary ham, house-infused oil if you’re looking for something hearty yet sophisticated. The king of ‘em all, in our opinion? The Tartufo, with italian truffle cream, fior di latte, trio of forest mushrooms, wild boar bacon, roasted garlic confit, and fresh snipped chives. BRB, gotta go wipe the drool off our keyboards now. 

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Photos via Murphy’s Law

To drink, the lush green beer garden at the Pie Bar pizza popup is serving up a refreshing selection of local beers, cider, seltzers, spritzers, and more! To top it off, they’ve got a lineup of drinks that are exclusive to the Garden, so if you wanna try ‘em out you’ve gotta head down.  

Oh, and got a pup? Bring it with you! At the Pie Bar pizza popup, they’ve got a dedicated PAW-tio menu that offers up some specials specifically for your dog. So as far as dog-friendly patios go, this one is a must-hit.

Photo via Murphy’s Law

Located only steps from Woodbine Beach, this pop-up is going to be a pretty unbeatable spot this summer. And, to light a little fire under your butt, you should know that this pop-up will only be operating until the summer ends. 

That means you’ve only got a couple months to snag some amazing wood-fired pizzas and crisp drinks under the sun at one of Toronto’s coolest new spots. 

We’ll see you there, Toronto! 

Pie Bar pizza popup at Murphy’s Law

Where: 1702 Queen St E, Toronto, ON