This weekly round-up spotlights new Toronto restaurants and bars plus incoming establishments that you should have on your radar.
Here are the newest places to eat in Toronto right now:
- Amsterdam Barrel House at 87 Laird Drive is now open. The new brewpub deals in barrel-aged beers and flame-licked food.
- Aloette the new spot from Chef Patrick Kriss is now in soft opening mode at 163 Spadina Avenue.
- Butter Baker at 120 Dundas West is now open and serving up cakes, croissants, danishes, and more.
- Chinese chain Dagu Rice Noodle at 20 Gibson Drive Unit 111A in Markham is now open. A second downtown location at Bay and Dundas is still to come.
- Speaking of Chinese chain restaurants, Diyijia, a new spot for fried chicken is now open at 512 Yonge Street.
- Fancy Franks now boasts four Toronto outposts with the opening of a Cabbagetown outpost at 484 Parliament Street.
- Kanda Izakaya at 2140 Yonge Street is newly opened and offering ramen, sushi, Japanese pub grub, and more.
- Mast Coffee is now open at 68 Shuter Street and offering a new source to get your caffeine fix.
- Vegan pizzeria, Apiecalypse Now! is opening a second outpost at Pape and Mortimer later this month according to NOW.
- Earls Court BBQ has announced an opening date! The barbecue joint fromJason Rees of Pork Ninjas is set to open October 17 at 1278 St. Clair West.
- Vancouver’s Hendricks Restaurant is going into the former address of Baton Rouge in the Toronto Eaton Centre at 218 Yonge Street.
- Resto Boemo from Chefs Ivana Raca and Brad Smith is soon to open in place of Raca Cafe & Bar at 1704 Queen Street West.