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 important is you and how we look after you as 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 made on site pizza sauce. Our Martini menu has over 20 selections and the great part is they're only $4.49 every Wednesday.
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Three great locations
295 King Street West - in the heart of the Entertainment District
With newly renovated décor and a great main floor bar and seating, a front patio, a 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 theatre.
440 Bloor Street West – in the heart of the Annex
This location that opened in December of 2009 offers a fantastic west facing street level patio and trendy new décor with great wood burning oven Pizza. Our bar features HD flat screen TVs with all the sports events, a great draft beer selection and don’t miss our weekend brunch feature. Casual dress, watch the game at the bar, family dining, late nite date night, chill on the huge patio.
229 Carlton Street – in the heart of Cabbagetown
This new location offers a casual but trendy vibe and also boasts one of the best patios in the city. Its 80-seat backyard oasis is perfect for sipping martinis and sharing a pizza after spending an afternoon visiting the Allan Gardens or exploring Riverdale Park. The interior décor features embellished antique wooden furniture, vintage chandeliers and urban themed wall murals.
Post City Magazine : February Issue, Toronto
Italian eatery sure to be a hot ticket this spring
"Todd Sherman and Grant Warfield, the restaurateurs behind Hey Lucy Hey Lucy has combined 100-yearold reclaimed wood, antique chandeliers and one of a kinds to make a unique Italian eatery and bar. Co-owner Todd Sherman says, “There is nothing in the Annex quite like it.” Their menu boasts mostly wood-burning oven pizzas and pastas, and their martini nights are what Hey Lucy is known for (440 Bloor St.W., 416-967-9670)"
Hey Lucy Cafe - 440 Bloor St. W., (416) 967-9670 | 295 King St. W., (416) 979-1010