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:
- Syrian kitchen in a shipping container Beroea Kitchen opened last week at Market 707 at Dundas West and Bathurst.
- And, in more news from Market 707: Kanto by Tita Flips has opened a second location, its brick and mortar outpost at 168B Eglinton East according to NOW.
- Makers of Jamaican Patty Double Down, Patois is officially reopened!
- Toronto’s newest craft beer maker, Saulter Street Brewery has opened its doors on the east side at 31 Saulter Street, Unit 1.
- Soufi’s a new spot for authentic Syrian food opens tomorrow, Friday, August 11 at 676 Queen Street West. On the menu, mana’eesh, knaffeh, and more.
- Ackee Tree, a new spot for Jamaican staples is in the works at 372 Queen East.
- Death and Taxes is soon to replace The Beaconsfield at 1154 Queen Street West. It’s a new pub from the same Vancouver-based restaurant group behind Belfast Love and Barber & Co.
- High Park Brewery has found a permanent home at 839 Runnymede Road in a former grocery store.
- Purveyor of grains and greens, Hopscotch is going in at 224 Queens Street West, formerly The Battered Fish.
- Opening this fall in Cabbagetown, MWM Oyster Co. is going in at 419 Parliament Street.
- Vit Beo is opening at 858 Bloor Street West this September. Expect a licensed and late-night, quick-service snack bar dealing in lesser known Vietnamese dishes.