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.
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.