Toronto restaurants and bars that have permanently closed since the pandemic began

Jun 25 2020, 11:27 am

Some Toronto restaurants and bars have shifted their business models to offer delivery, takeout, and more due to COVID-19.

Others have not.

The last few months have seen many of the city’s food and drink establishments shutter for good, and, realistically, the impact of the pandemic on the industry still isn’t over.

We’re keeping track of the local joints that have shuttered due to coronavirus, and will continue to update the list below so that you have an easy reference, too.

Toronto restaurant closures due to the coronavirus:

Scallywags – 11 St. Clair Avenue West

Carmen – 922 Queen Street West

Poutini’s – 1112 Queen Street West

Cauldron Ice Cream – 502 Queen Street West

Trattoria Giancarlo – 41 Clinton Street

Virtuous Pie – 611 College Street

Roselle West – 108 Dovercourt Road

Tennessee Tavern – 1554 Queen Street West

Pray Tell – 838 College Street

Labothery – 120 Adelaide Street West; 717 Bay Street, Unit D

Dino’s – 4923 Dundas Street West

Tucker’s Marketplace – all locations have closed, including 15 Carlson Court, Etobicoke

Butter Avenue – 477 Queen Street West

Crocodile Rock – 240 Adelaide Street West

Southern Accent – 839 College Street

Il Gatto Nero – 720 College Street

Jules Bistro – 147 Spadina Avenue

Lambretta Pizzeria and Wine Bar – 89 Roncesvalles Avenue

Nando’s – 21 locations have closed for good across the country

NishDish – 690 Bloor Street West

Pappas Grill – 440 Danforth Avenue

The Shore Leave – 1775 Danforth Avenue

Pancho Y Emiliano – 291 King Street West

Plentea – 1205 Queen Street West

Prohibition Gastrohouse – 696 Queen Street East

The Hideout – 423 College Street

The Red Light – 1185 Dundas Street West

The Lansdowne Cone –  659 Lansdowne Avenue

Vesuvio Pizzeria – 3010 Dundas Street West

This list is being continually updated.

Kayla GladyszKayla Gladysz

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