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:
- AMA, an Argentinan restaurant and bar from the folks behind Che Food Truck is now open and serving up empanadas and ceviche at 930 Queen Street West.
- La Diperie’s second Toronto location is now open at 923 Queen Street West across from Trinity Bellwoods park.
- Do Not Disturb, a new rooftop bar helmed by famous Toronto mixologist Moses McIntee is now open atop The Beverley Hotel at 335 Queen Street West.
- Shanee, now open from morning to late, has replaced Soi Thai at 651 College Street in Little Italy. On the new menu, coffees and coconut croissants in the morning transitioning to cocktails and small plates like curry poutine and Chiang Mai hot dogs in the afternoon and evenings.
- Tsujiri just opened a location in North York. Now you get matcha flavoured treats at the second location at 4909 Yonge Street.
- Toronto’s east side is getting a new destination for BBQ! Beach Hill Smokehouse is opening soon at 172 South Main Street.
- BlueBlood Steakhouse located inside Casa Loma, at 1 Austin Terrace, is now accepting reservations in advance of its grand opening in September.
- Le Dolci is a month out from opening its second location. The bake shop is going in at Scarborough Town Centre at 300 Borough Drive.
- Former Baldwin Village restaurant ND Sushi & Grill is relocating to 370 College Street.
- Sushi burrito makers Rolltation is opening its third location at 3 Carlton Street, previously home to the Sushi Shop.
- Anthony Rose’s Schmaltz Appetizing store is opening a second location at 224 Ossington Avenue this September. Look forward to thick schmeared bagel sandwiches and salads with scoops on the menu.
- Susur Lee-inspired Toronto pop-up will charge extra if you drop anything
- A huge Israeli marketplace is popping up in Toronto this September
- Roncesvalles Polish Festival returns to Toronto next month