Thursday, August 22, 2019

Toronto Restaurant Openings: Black Mill Tea, Mazeh, Laera Bakery, Whack Ass Coffee

Toronto Restaurant Openings highlights the latest restaurant openings and closings in Toronto and also gives a preview of what's coming soon. Find us here every Thursday morning.

Open now
  • Ryus Noodle Bar has opened their second location at 669 Queen West.
  • Maderas Cafe now serves high-grade Colombian coffee on Ossington.
  • Mean Bao now has a location at 1440 Yonge, near St. Clair.
  • Black Mill Tea is now serving bubble tea at 275 Dundas West.
  • The Alley has opened a College Park location at 382 Yonge Street.
  • Cafe Golden Gecko has opened a new location at 616 Gladstone.
  • Intimate 30-seat wine bar Piquette has officially opened at 1084 Queen Street West.
Recently reviewed
Opening soon
  • In addition to their two current Toronto locations, Well and Better is opening a third on Yonge next week.
  • Mad Radish is coming to the PATH.
  • The people behind Seoul Shakers are planning to open another spot not far away at St. Clarens and Bloor in September, serving Hong Kong diner-style food.
  • Sansotei Ramen is opening up at Union Station Food Court.
  • Laera Bakery is coming soon to Queen West.
  • Completo will be opening a new location at Gerrard and Broadview.
  • Rock'N Deli is opening another location at 2575 St. Clair West.
  • Colaba Junction is opening up a new location at 410 Bathurst.
  • Now-shuttered Nonna's Place has a handmade sign in the window reading "Thai food will be served here soon."
  • Whack Ass Coffee should be opening this month near Lansdowne and Dupont. 
  • Lot 30 Brewers has closed in Brockton Village, but never fear, beer lovers: the space will become home to a physical location for Woodhouse.
  • Ji is now closed on St. Clair West, but has hopes for a downtown location of Ji.
  • The LCBO at the currently redeveloping Galleria has officially closed.
  • 12 Forty Eight at 1248 St. Clair West has closed and has turned into coffee shop Public.
Other news

by Amy Carlberg via blogTO

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