Lately, Toronto’s on a roll with snack bars, sweet eats and first-of-their-kind experiences.
From eccentric gelato to shipping container beer, there are plenty of new eateries open and prepping to prop their doors ajar, all for you to explore with your eyes, nose and tastebuds.
Here’s what’s happening in Toronto’s food and drink scene right now.
- It’s time to take a bite out of Planta Queen, now open at 180 Queen Street West.
- Undisputed when it comes to bubble tea: The Alley does something special. Their new shop is open at 621 Bloor Street West.
- Matcha lovers, the time has come. Tsujiri Patisserie has opened its doors at 596 Yonge Street.
- In excellent news for downtown-dwellers who love a mean Caribbean jerk, Allwyn’s is now open at 404 Queen Street West, near Spadina.
- Near College and Borden, DeePizz Pizzeria has opened its doors at 384 College Street, serving Halal, deep dish pizza pies.
- Just in time for warmer days, Death in Venice has opened a storefront in Little Portugal at 1418 Dundas Street West.
- New to Parkdale, Superfly is serving up snacks in a funky atmosphere at 5 Brock Avenue.
Snacks, Parkdale! In more bite-sized news, IST, the city’s first Indian snack bar, is open at 1263 Queen Street West.
- Hailing from NYC, udon-eatery Raku has quietly opened its doors at 456 Queen Street West.
- The Distillery District will soon be getting the one thing it’s been missing. Bubble tea. Palgong Tea is gearing up to open its doors soon.
The Good Fork is closing its Bloor West doors, to open new ones at 1550 Dundas Street West.
- Toronto’s massive shipping container market, stackt, opens April 10 at 28 Bathurst Street. And with it comes Belgian Moon’s mobile brewery and plenty of delicious eats.
- Entirely LEGO-themed, The Brick Bar will be opening temporarily in Toronto in August.