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:
- Unboxed Market is open and serving up all the zero-waste goods at 1263 Dundas Street West.
- Aritzia just opened A-OK, their first Canadian in-house café at the new Bloor-Yonge flagship store.
- The Shozan Room is now open at 164 Ossington, under the same ownership as the Baldwin Street favourite Kon-nichi-wa that burnt down in 2017.
- IQ Food Co. just opened their eighth location in the city, this time in the RioCan centre at 4841 Yonge Street.
- Korean BBQ is fresh off the grill at 5935 Yonge Street, where Busan Galmaegi just opened up shop.
- Adelina is your new spot to enjoy modern Russian fare; it’s serving up borsch and ponchiki at Harbord and Manning.
- Pizza Forno has opened new locations at 629 Eastern Avenue, and at the Vaughan Metro Centre at 3150 Highway 7… and there are more to come.
- Toronto's first zero-waste shop is officially open (PHOTOS)
- Downtown Toronto is about to get a charcoal pasta hub
- You can dine inside an incredible dome beneath the Gardiner this spring
- The SÔS will soon be arriving at 118 John Street, and it’s bringing with it charcoal pasta.
- Brookfield Place will welcome Chotto Matte in May, which will have an Akachan-style bar that’s exclusive to the Toronto location.
- Dinner with a View will be popping up underneath the Gardiner from March to May, offering a special terrarium-dining experience.
- Pizzeria Moretti, a Montreal-fave, will be finding a home at the SoHo Metropolitan Hotel in May.
- Zed Eighty, by the same fine folks behind Tilt, is coming soon to 189 Danforth Avenue.
- Toronto will get a taste of New York-ified Australia when Bluestone Lane comes to town, and they’ll be arriving this spring.
- The when is still in question, but Konjiki Ramen announced they’ll be opening a new location at 41 Elm Street. Good things come to those who wait.
- Flipside Donuts will be opening up soon in the Distillery District, serving hot sweet fried dough and beer. Yum.