Open now and opening soon: Toronto’s newest restaurants

Mar 1 2018, 8:32 pm

This weekly round-up spotlights Toronto’s newest restaurants and bars plus incoming establishments that you should be on your radar.

Here are the newest restaurants opening in Toronto right now:

Just Opened

  • Arbar a new wine bar in City Place is newly opened at 88 Fort York Boulevard.
  • Brickworks Cider House at 709 Queen Street East is now open and pouring small batch craft ciders.
  • Chocolats Favoris opens this weekend, March 3, at Eagles Landing Shopping Centre at 1410 Major MacKenzie Drive in Maple.
  • Venetian eatery, Dal-Moro’s Fresh Pasta To Go opens this Friday, March 2 at605 Yonge Street.
  • Dumbo Snack Bar, a new late-night destination for cocktails, beers, and small plates is now open at 1704 Queen Street.
  • FK at 770 St. Clair Avenue West is now open. It’s the newest restaurant and wine bar from the same team behind the now-shuttered Frank’s Kitchen.
  • Laundry and Lattes, a dual-purpose cafe is newly opened at 1152 Dufferin Street.
  • New Peruvian restaurant Mira, is now open at 420A Wellington Street West.
  • New wine bar, Paris Paris is now open at 1161 Dundas Street West.
  • Rustle & Still, a new spot for Viet coffee and banh mi is now open at 605 Bloor Street West.
  • Craft beer lovers can now quench their thirst at The Six Brewing Co. newly opened at 777 Dundas Street West.
  • The Walrus Pub & Beer Hall, the newest offering from The Donnelly Group is now open for business at 187 Bay Street.
  • Wasted Youth Bar has replaced Less Bar and is now open at 834 Bloor Street West.

Opening Soon

  • The Burgers Priest has a new location in the works at 1120 Queen Street West at Lisgar.
  • Early Bird Brew is opening a second location inside Brookfield Place at 181 Bay Street.
  • El Chapo will be slinging tacos soon at 36 Toronto Street.
  • Chef Mark McEwan is opening a second Fabbrica Restaurant at 66 Wellington Street West this Spring, only this one will also include retail and an Italian hot table.
  • Kin-Kin, an Asian bakery and bubble tea shop is coming soon to 4841 Yonge Street, inside the Yonge Sheppard Centre Food Court.
  • Real Fruit Bubble Tea is rapidly expanding with locations opening soon at College Park and inside the CF Toronto Eaton Centre.
  • Senator Winebar opens March 15 crowning Toronto’s historic Senator Restaurant at 249 Victoria Street.
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