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.
- Red and White Shawarma is now serving halal Mediterranean in North York.
- Mogouyan is now doing hand-pulled noodles at 760 Yonge.
- Shi Ro Sushi has opened at 1570 Midland Ave.
- Chef Gourmet is now serving loaded baked potatoes in Church Wellesley Village.
- Xing Fu Tang is now doing teas in Richmond Hill and near Yonge and Wellesley.
- San Coffee Room has opened at 135 Ossington.
- Le Chanceux now serves liquid nitrogen ice cream at 526 Yonge.
- Chavo Gelato is now serving up cold treats at 235 Queens Quay.
- Juliana Social Cafe is now open at Broadview and Gerrard
- A St. Clair West location of Boneyard Grill has opened.
- You can now get fancy French crepes at Crepes Deluxe inside Erin Mills Town centre in Mississauga.
- Faim de Loup is now serving modern French tasting menus in Little Italy.
- Turkish/Italian coffee chain and home goods store Well and Better now has a location at
- Project Glyph is now soft open at 40 Hayden for macarons and tea.
- Avling Brewery
- Tiger Sugar
- Zen Sanuki Udon
- Almond Butterfly
- Dainties Macaron
- Est is opening September 3 in Leslieville, and will begin taking reservations August 1.
- Alo is opening a private event space in Yorkville called The Salon sometime in the fall.
- The John should be opening yet another location in Little Italy "super soon."
- Moretti will be opening their Toronto location on August 8.
- Bluestone Lane is opening another location at 2 Queen East.
- Mira Mira is opening a Leslieville location serving ice cream in August.
- Come See Me in Little Italy is now home to weekend bottle service DR!P.
- Three Monks and a Duck on West Queen West will start serving brunch soon.
- Vit Beo is taking the place of Five Points in Open House.
- Morning Parade has started serving an array of homemade sandwiches.
- Superpoint Express will no longer be serving pizza, and will eventually adopt an entirely new menu.
by Amy Carlberg via blogTO