This round-up spotlights Toronto’s newest restaurants and bars, plus incoming establishments that should be on your radar.
Here are the newest restaurants opening in Toronto right now:
- Niuda just celebrated their grand opening at 204 Queen Street West, after easing into the neighbourhood with a soft opening.
- Above Local’s Only sits Laissez Faire, serving fierce food at 589 King Street West.
- Function Bar is putting the “fun” in “functioning adult” at 2291 Yonge Street, serving your childhood faves in a bar setting.
- Butter Chicken Roti just opened a new location at 1610 Queen Street East.
- Farm Boy is finally open in Leslieville, serving up take-home goods at 1015 Lakeshore Boulevard East.
- Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Pastiche has opened its mysterious doors at 59 Ossington Avenue.
- The Annex Food Hall has soft-opened at 384 Bloor Street West, with a grand opening to follow in the near future.
- Miami-based spot Chotto Matte will be opening a Toronto location at 161 Bay Street in May.
- Unboxed Market was set to open this week, but a few burst pipes from the freezing weather have slowed renovations and pushed back their opening date.
- Ten is opening its relatively-exclusive doors on February 8 at 1132 College Street.
- Eyes are on Maison Selby, the new spot by Oliver and Bonacini slated to open in early spring.
- A new spot called Lapinou, by the same people behind Tanto and Cava, will be coming to Toronto in March.