Do you deliver?
Do you allow children?
Yes. We are a neighbourhood restaurant and welcome guests of all ages.
Do you take reservations?
No, it’s first come first serve for everyone so we recommend coming by at your earliest convenience to minimize your chance of having to wait. If we have a wait for tables, you can put your name down in the restaurant or remotely through our online waitlist application. We do not hold tables to be fair to all our waiting guests so we ask that all the members of your party must be present in order to be seated. If you are waiting for a table join us in Frenchie Wine Bar for a glass of wine or cheese fondue. Frenchie is located just behind UNA and our hosts would be happy to take you.
What is your wait list?
When we are full, we offer to take your name and telephone number. We can quote you a fairly accurate time in which we will have your table available; we usually try and give worse case scenario, but this can get up to over two hours especially on weekends and for larger groups. When we have a spot opening up we will give you a call to come back and join us! If you would like to get live updates on our wait times, you can do so by checking our online waitlist application.
Lunch wait times – we generally don’t have the need to run a wait list for lunch, except on Saturdays and Sundays.
Is there a place to wait for a table?
Yes! Frenchie Wine Bar located right behind UNA pizza + wine is a 20 seat wine bar and is licensed for all ages. Check in with our host at UNA to find this little gem. If you would like to stay with us until your table is ready we are happy to serve you a glass of wine or beer in the vestibule.
Do you take reservations for large parties?
Unfortunately we do not take reservations for any sized group. In order to efficiently serve you and others in our small space we are unable to hold tables at any time regardless of the party size. We also ask that to be fair to every guest that whole parties be present before we seat you.
Do you do complete buyouts for large parties?
We are not able to offer full buyouts of the restaurant, but our wine bar, Frenchie is available for private bookings that can accommodate up to 30 people. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in booking.
Are you able to accommodate allergies?
Yes, and allergies are something we take very seriously. Most of our menu is made to order, which makes it very easy to omit items that may be suspect, like gluten, dairy or nuts. We pride ourselves on a safe and clean work environment and are very aware of how cross contamination may have very serious effects on those with severe allergies.
Do you have gluten free options?
Most of our menu is or can be made gluten free, including desserts. Our staff are all trained to know exactly what is in every dish we prepare and can easily guide you through your gluten free options. And yes we have gluten free pizza crusts! They are made with love from our friends at Care Bakery, a certified gluten free bakery.
Are you vegetarian/vegan friendly
Yes, our menu items can easily be adjusted to be vegan and there are many vegetarian options from our salads, to share plates and pizzas.
Can I have a good conscience eating your food?
Absolutely, our seafood is sustainable, all the meat is hormone free and organic, and eggs are free range. Most of our produce comes from local, Alberta farms and is all farmed without the use of pesticides or fertilizers. We also have our own honey bees who provide us with organic honey and our own urban farm one block east from UNA, which is farmed organically and managed by the local SPIN farmers, the Leaf Ninjas.
Do you offer take out?
We offer take out from either UNA Takeaway or UNA pizza + wine seven days a week from 11 am to 1 am.
Do you sell gift cards?
We have gift cards in any denomination you would like. They can be purchased over the phone, in person or online here. Please note that you have to create an xDine account to purchase gift cards.
What does UNA mean?
UNA simply means “a” in Italian as in “a pizza place”. Although we consider ourselves Californian inspired, we wanted something that was easy to pronounce, fun to say and conveyed exactly what the restaurant was meant to be: A place for pizza and wine.