Toronto’s thriving dining scene shows no signs of slowing down just because it’s fall. Those hungry for something new can start looking forward to these anticipated restaurant openings expected sometime this season!
Once open, look forward to tacos from El Nahual, Thai street foods from Eat BKK, fresh pasta from Dal Moro, fried chicken sandwiches from PG Clucks, steamed buns from Mean Bao and BBQ from Smoked Up Meats, plus at least one more vendor that’s still to be announced.
Address: 384 Bloor Street West, Toronto
Coming soon to Little Italy, this vegan pizzeria is known for pies good enough to not make most people miss dairy and meat, this fast-casual spot quickly rose to prominence in Vancouver’s steadily gentrified Chinatown, where they whip out 10″ pies on hand-stretched three-day dough.
Address: 611 College Street, Toronto
Toronto’s third Grasshopper restaurants will bring vegan eats and date night-worthy vibes to Toronto’s east-end when it opens this fall!
Address: 2252 Queen Street East, Toronto
The fast-casual spin-off from the famous LA restaurant is expected to open imminently. The LA restaurants is a regular setting on episodes of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, known for its menu featuring Chinese Food Burritos and Quinoa “Fried Rice.”
Address: 363 Bremner Boulevard, Toronto
The bistro from the same team behind Toronto restaurants, Cava, Chabrol and Tanto is shaping up on King West.
Address: 642 King Street West, Toronto
While details are still scarce, this new restaurant from Oliver & Bonacini will transform Toronto’s 134-year-old CH Gooderham House into a chic, bustling all-day restaurant, speakeasy, and garden patio.
Address: Located at Bloor and Sherbourne
The restaurant is the newest from the same folks behind Toronto’s AYCE Brazilian rodizio, Copacabana (at Adelaide and Duncan), and will serve up a menu of wood-fired favourites from regions within South America from Peru to Argentina.
Address: 230 Adelaide Street West, Toronto
Known for its casual atmosphere and refined fare, West Oak is a popular Yaletown restaurant that’s expanding into Toronto and taking over the former King West address of Frings. It’s opening alongside Pierre’s, billed as “Vancouver’s most exclusive champagne experience,” and offering a “sophisticated and sensual atmosphere” complete with DJs and an extensive champagne list.
Address: 455 King Street West, Toronto
The nerd bar billed is taking over the Victorian mansion to serve up “board games and card games galore and sci-fi TV around the clock,” alongside a menu of fantastical foods likes Teenage Mutant Fried Pickles, Nachos Apocalypto, and Attack of the Killer Tomato Soup.
Address: 580 Church Street, Toronto
The newest restaurant in the Food Dudes family draws inspiration from Japan (Sara is Japanese for “small dish”) and will serve up menus for lunch and dinner featuring vegan charcuterie, contemporary dim sum, robata, and more.
This massive new Brazilian steakhouse, bar, and lounge is opening in the heart of the Entertainment District this fall and promises a patio, various private and semi-private dining spaces, and a Chef’s Table dining experience.
Address: 132 John Street, Toronto