This weekly round-up spotlights new Toronto restaurants and bars plus incoming establishments that you should have on your radar.
Here are the newest places to eat in Toronto right now:
- Dundas General just opened its doors at 1239 Dundas Street West offering a one stop shop for lattes and lifestyle products.
- NishDish, Toronto’s first Aboriginal food emporium opens its doors on Friday, April 28. It’s the new restaurant lead by Chef Johl Whiteduck Ringuette, a prominent leader in First Nations Traditional foods.
- Seoulicious has opened its doors at 590 Yonge Street and is now serving up Korean classics with modern Seoul.
- Copetin Restaurant and Bar from MasterChef Canada’s Claudio Aprile is opening at 107 King Street East in June.
- Si Lom Thai Bistro, a new restaurant from the owner behind EAT BKK and Kub Khao, is opening in May at 534 Church Street in Toronto. The new restaurant replaces Just Thailand will serve a seafood-centric menu plus Thai Buckets.
- Rose & Sons Swan at 892 Queen Street West is soon to launch the Rum Shack Patio, a new rum cocktail bar backing Trinty Bellwoods Park.
- Roywoods Home of the Jerks is already established in CityPlace as a popular source for jerk chicken sandwiches built on coco bread. According to Ossington Village, the restaurant is opening a second location at 198 Ossington Avenue.
- Flock, the chain of chicken and salad specialists from Cory Vitiello is opening yet another outpost inside the MaRS building at 661 University Avenue.
- Sugar Loaf Bakery already operates a boozy brunch spot on Queen East and now their set to expand with a new location going in at 1062 Gerrard Street East.
- Queen West is getting a Chipotle! The chain of Mexican grills known for its customizable burritos is opening an outpost at 319 Queen Street West.
- Potbelly Sandwich Co. is opening a third location in Toronto at 4841 Yonge Street inside the Sheppard Centre.