This week in food: Toronto restaurant openings, closings, and our top picks

Sep 4 2019, 9:55 pm

This round-up spotlights Toronto’s newest restaurant and bar openings, upcoming closings, plus some special spots that should be on your radar.

Here what’s up in Toronto’s food scene right now:

Just Opened

  • Pizzeria Moretti, with its Montreal roots, has officially opened its first Toronto location at the SoHo Metropolitan Hotel.
  • Hotel Delilah is now open at 1036 Gerrard Street East, and its soon to be totally complete with a bed and breakfast upstairs, too.
  • New to 3226 Lake Shore Boulevard West, Sushi Momo is serving up mouthwatering fresh eats.
  • Another Land Coffee is now serving up high-quality cappuccinos at 4714 Yonge Street.
  • The Fourth Man in the Fire is slingin’ hot and fresh pizza pies at 832 Dundas Street West.
  • Sisters & Co. is now serving fierce brunch at 887 Dundas Street West, just a stone’s throw from Trinity Bellwoods.

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Opening Soon

  • Chick-fil-A is gearing up to open its doors at 1 Bloor Street East on Friday, September 6 at 10:30 am.
  • Jollibee is opening the doors of its newest Toronto location at Wilson Station at 7 am on Friday, September 6.
  • The St. Lawrence Market Jack Astor’s replacement is set to open at the end of September, and it’ll be filled with retro arcade games.
  • A new eatery called Ushi Tei is opening up on Spadina Avenue, near Dundas.

Our Top Picks

The Fourth Man in the Fire


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Open Tuesday through Sunday, The Fourth Man in the Fire is now slingin’ pizzas on Dundas West. Described as a “Classic American Pizzeria,” it’s the newest spot to fill your pie-hole with, well… mouthwatering pies.

Address: 832 Dundas Street West


Sisters & Co.


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Sisters & Co. is now open just down the street from Trinity Bellwoods, serving up fierce eats, Wednesday through Monday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Dishes include fresh ingredients, sauces are made in-house, and traditional breakfast items such as fluffy buttermilk pancakes, eggs Benedict, home fries, and locally-sourced sausage and bacon round out the menu.

Address: 887 Dundas Street West


Hotel Delilah


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With a meat-free menu, this eatery is open every day from 6 pm on Gerrard East. With an extensive snack-style menu and a range of drinks available, it’s the perfect place to wind down at the end of the work day. And soon, the upstairs space will be totally converted into a BnB, too.

Address: 1036 Gerrard Street East


Last Call

It’s coming up to closing time on these establishments. You don’t have to go home, but you can’t stay here.

  • Urban Herbivore served up their last meal in the Eaton Centre food court Wednesday. The vegan hotspot is no more.
  • It’s coming up to the end for Harry’s at 160 Springhurst Avenue in Parkdale; the iconic eatery’s last day is October 5.

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