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Open now and opening soon: Toronto’s newest restaurants

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Liora Ipsum Jun 07, 2018 8:31 am 430

This weekly round-up spotlights Toronto’s newest restaurants and bars, plus incoming establishments that should be on your radar.

Here are the newest restaurants opening in Toronto right now:

Just Opened

  • Bar Altura is now open at 571 Queen Street West. It’s the latest project from the creators of Toronto’s modern Peruvian restaurant Kay Pacha and it’s described as a “modern, colourful take on traditional Italian cuisine.”
  • Beer Batter a new spot for fish and chips, lobster rolls, and oysters is now open at 200 Carlton Street.
  • Blackjack BBQ at 1044 Gerrard Street East is now open in Leslieville.
  • Cops Treats, a new spot for mini doughnuts and drip coffee is now open at 445 Adelaide Street (entrance off Morrison).
  • The Ellery, a new spot for scratch-made food and libations is now open at 1870 Danforth Avenue.
  • Kōjin, the latest iteration of Momofuku’s third-floor restaurant opens this week replacing Daisho and Shoto which closed earlier this year.
  • City Place dwellers rejoice! Sansotei Ramen has opened another Toronto location at 115 Fort York Boulevard.

Opening Soon

  • The Commoner Restaurant and Bar is opening soon at 2067 Dundas St West. Look forward to burgers, steaks, and classic cocktails when the restaurant opens in The Junction this summer.
  • Jodie’s Joint, a cafe from cannabis activist is coming soon to Kensington Market. The new cafe is going in at 235 Augusta Avenue, formerly Casa Acoreana Cafe.
  • The Walrus Pub & Beer Hall at 187 Bay Street is now also opening a cafe. Lovejoy is coming soon and will be accessible from The PATH.
  • Petty Cash, a new spot helmed by chefs Nate Middleton (The HOTB) and Steve Gonzalez (Baro) is in the works and opening soon at 487 Adelaide Street West.
  • Chef Basilio Pesce (ex-Porzia, Canoe, La Banane) is opening Osteria Rialto along with Bar Biltmore from Robin Goodfellow (Pretty Ugly) at the newly restored Paradise Theatre on Bloor.
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Liora Ipsum
Daily Hive's Toronto Food Editor. Follow me on Instagram

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