Grub hub: 5 new restaurants to check out in Toronto right now

Jul 3 2019, 12:18 am

This bi-weekly roundup highlights recently-opened restaurants that you’ve got to get into.

With so many spots to hit across Toronto, it can be difficult to decide where to head for that date night, after-work drink, birthday dinner, or just-because meal.

So we’re here to help.

From pub bites to cocktails to seriously slurpable noodles, here’s what’s calling your name in the city right now.

Bunner’s Bake Shop


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This beloved gluten-free and vegan bake shop has opened up at Dundas and Ossington, just a stone’s throw away from Trinity Bellwoods. Open ’til 9 pm every day, the sweets this spot is serving are dangerously good.

Address: 1134 Dundas Street West
Phone: 416-531-9975


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Chotto Matte


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Chotto Matte serves mouthwatering Nikkei food — that’s Japanese-Peruvian cuisine — in a beautifully chill environment. Now open in the heart of downtown, this is the place to order share plates and savour them over a drink or a few.

Where: 161 Bay Street
Phone: 416-988-8097


Avling Brewery


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After months of anticipation, Chef Suzanne Barr’s newest endeavour has finally open on July 3. Avling Kitchen and Brewery is bringing Leslieville “exceptional experimental beer & food that showcases Canadian flavours & ingredients,” – ideal for winding down after a long day at work.

Address: 1042 Queen Street East


Miss Pippa’s


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This sweet spot is now open at the bright yellow storefront on College Street. Part wine bar, part eatery and part gift and flower shop, Miss Pippa’s is the spot to visit for all your drink, snack and present needs. Snack plates go for in and around $5, and little treasures are curated from local purveyors.

Address: 1158 College Street
Phone:  647-479-6913




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New to the Danforth, SugarKane is serving up Caribbean and Cajun cuisine that is sure to make your mouth water. We’re talkin’ jerk corn, saltfish cakes, blackened fish tacos, and Creole jambalaya. And in addition to the delicious food, this spot’s got live musical performances every Friday and Saturday!

Address: 699 Danforth Avenue
Phone: 416-469-0808


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