After nearly 10 years serving the Trinity Bellwoods neighbourhood, beloved Italian restaurant Campagnolo is closing its doors.
The eatery’s last dinner service will be held on June 1, 2019.
“Campagnolo was our first restaurant and will always have a special place in our hearts – it’s the end of an era,” said Alexandra Hutchison, co-owner, in a press release.
“We are incredibly proud of Campagnolo and we can’t thank our dedicated staff and the Dundas West community enough for supporting us over the last 10 years,” said Craig Harding, co-owner and culinary director.
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Harding continues to lead the culinary direction at La Palma, which was recently named one of — Canada’s 100 Best Restaurants — Casa La Palma, and Constantine, inside boutique hotel the Anndore House.
So, you can still head to those spots to find the flavours you love.
Still, this news is gutting. And it comes soon after the east side’s beloved The Thirsty Duck announced its closing. This year has also seen the losses of Toronto’s iconic Parts and Labour and beloved bar Lisa Marie.
Tummies and hearts are sharing in collective sadness, all across the city.
Address: 832 Dundas Street West