Award winning Pizzeria Prima Strada
And the awards go to…

awards! Yep, it’s plural, PPS won 2!

When we get awards, we’re flattered and honored and well, we want to share it. It’s not often we blow our own horn. We want to stay focused on what’s really important – serving up great pizza! We promise, we’re still focused on pizza but are going to take a moment to boast. Yep, we said boast. We’re loud and we’re proud!

PPS receive honorable mention for Best Victoria in the 2016 Vancouver Magazine’s Best of the City Who else was nominated? Stage, Brassiere L’Ecole, Camille’s and Part and Parcel. What a group to be a part of!

Pizzeria Prima Strada was honored by the Victoria Chamber as Business of the Year (26+ employees). The Business of the Year Award honours a business demonstrating continual excellence through positive growth; a commitment to the community, superior customer service and an outstanding commitment to quality. Honestly, were thrilled to be a finalist and honored to win.

Now, we’re back to work … dough to make, vegetables to prep, wines to taste…


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Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards

The invitation for the Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards arrived with no mention of what category PPS might be a winner in. Matt & Cristen headed to Van on Tuesday curious and impressed. A packed reception with lots of eats and drinks had them ever more curious. Taking seats, they found PPS nominated in the Best Victoria category. Other nominees? Zambri’s, Brassiere L’Ecole, Cafe Brio and Ulla! Such a distinguished group.

Prima Strada received Honorable Mention as “B.C.’s best pizza joint.” Our congratulations to all the winners.

For more on the awards, visit http://www.vanmag.com/restaurants/Awards

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At Pizzeria Prima Strada we are always on the lookout for outstanding people committed to customer service and customer satisfaction. More info?


We would like to acknowledge Pizzeria Prima Strada is grateful to operate in the beautiful traditional unceded Coast Salish territories of the Lekwungen, Esquimalt and Cowichan people.

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