This round-up spotlights Toronto’s newest restaurant and bar openings, plus what’s coming up that should be on your radar.
Here are the newest restaurants opening in Toronto right now:
Reyna on King, now open at 354 King Street East, offers fresh flavours, vibrant colours, and the warmest of vibes.
- Spanning 700-sq-ft, Three Monks and a Duck is serving an Asian-inspired menu consisting of vegan, vegetarian, and meat-based dishes at 811 Queen Street West.
Rolltation, one of the city’s favourite spots for sushi burritos, recently celebrated the grand opening of their fifth location in Toronto at 10 Dundas Street East.
- Steam Whistle Brewery’s new traditional beer garden soft opened on April 30, with the grand opening set for May 11.
Dough T.O. announced on Instagram that they’ll soon be taking over the space at 719 Queen Street West, which has been given a hot-pink makeover.
- Craft beer hub Bar Volo is poised to make a triumphant return to its original neighbourhood, opening up this summer at 17 St. Nicholas Street.
Score on Davie is opening its first Toronto location at 107 King Street East, the former location of Copetin Restaurant & Bar, on May 16.
Kinton Ramen will be opening at 2216 Bloor Street West on May 4. And to celebrate, the spot will be offering their ramen for 50% off all day long.
Udon Kitanoya is moving into 513 Bloor Street West, and the eatery will be giving 200 bowls of udon away for free from noon to 2 pm on May 18.
- The city’s beloved health-food eatery Impact Kitchen is opening a third location at 1222 Yonge Street, at Alcorn, this spring.
Ascari, one of Queen East’s most mouthwatering spots for pasta and wine, is opening a new outpost at 620 King Street West.