Toni’s Pizzeria, Belmont, Auckland.

by | New Zealand, Photography

The maestro, pizza, Toni
Making pizza at Toni's, Belmont
Fridays and the weekends are usually full on, but the peak time is focused around 6-7 pm.
Gluten free pizza
Adrian gets yet another pizza through the door. A surprising number of pizzas—bertween 10-15% are gluten-free.
A light moment at the pizzeria
Even as the orders pile up, there’s always the funny moment.
Toni's pizzeria
Under the gaze of his uncle, Enrico (on the poster), Toni works from noon until almost 10 pm. A long day.
A busy Friday night at Toni's Pizzeria
A busy Friday night at Toni’s Pizzeria
A busy Friday night at Toni's Pizzeria
A busy Friday night at Toni's Pizzeria
Several pizzas on the go, as the clock ticks silently.
A busy Friday night at Toni's Pizzeria
A busy Friday night at Toni's Pizzeria
Most of January can tend to be quieter in Auckland. Normally, there’s not a moment to spare on a Saturday night, but with Auckland anniversary and Waitangi Day bunching up close together, most city folk head out for long summer weekends. New Zealand tends to go on holiday the weekend before Christmas and only gets back to work in February.
A quiet moment on the long weekend at Toni's Pizzeria
A quiet moment on the long weekend at Toni's Pizzeria
Everyone who works at Toni’s is like family. The staff comprise of individuals from different countries: Albania, Italy, South Africa, etc. They’re all at home at Toni’s.
Front desk at Toni's
Front desk at Toni’s as the orders come through online.
Menu board at Toni's Pizza
Toni's pizzeria at Belmont, Auckland
The maestro, Toni's Pizzeria
Il maestro.