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:
- Encased by lush greenery and the city skyline, The Gaarden, located on the rooftop at 314 Queen Street West, is ready to serve as your oasis.
- Mos Mos, newly opened in the concourse level of 65 Queen West, is a grab-and-go morning drink spot offering fuel to start your day.
- ‘New wave Japanese’ restaurant The Shozan Room has just opened a brand new snack bar on the eatery’s lower level, at 164 Ossington Avenue.
- Transform Community Café is now open at 2025 Yonge Street, serving healthy, ethically-sourced selections alongside free youth-focused programming.
- Crazy Crepe, known for their Japanese-style crepes originating in Harajuku, has opened its first Toronto location at 366 Church Street.
- Shook Israeli Kitchen, by the same restaurant group that’s behind Byblos, Mira, Figo and Kōst, is now open at 77 Portland Street.
- Ascari, one of Queen East’s most mouthwatering spots for pasta and wine, just opened the doors of its new outpost at 620 King Street West.
- This new downtown rooftop patio is a real urban oasis (PHOTOS)
- Steam Whistle Brewing just launched a brand new beer
- This popular Toronto bar is closing its doors after a decade
- Mad Radish will bring fresh bites to 120 Bloor Street East on June 19, First Canadian Place in early August, and Vaughan Mills in early October.
- To celebrate their grand opening at 13 Baldwin Street, Hattendo will be offering 100 free custard cream buns on both June 14 and 15, starting at 11 am each day.