Another Toronto restaurant has announced its closure this week. SoSo Food Club has decided to close its doors due to the pandemic.
Juicebox Bar, a new wine bar operating through SoSo, located at 1166 Dundas Street West, shared the announcement on August 31.
In order ensure the safety of their team and to slow the spread of the virus within the community, the restaurant has made the decision to permanently close.
“We’ve come to the tough decision to not reopen the restaurant as is on the other side of this pandemic,” read the post.
“Thank you so much for supporting SoSo over the last two years. It has been a hell of a ride sharing this experiment in combining our love of Chinese food, neon, natural wine, cocktails and dancing, all in one space.”
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SoSo joins the list of restaurants in the city that have succumbed to the pressures of COVID-19, including The Office Pub which has made the difficult decision to say good-bye to Toronto following lease issues with its landlord.
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Despite SoSo having opened just two years ago, the Chinese restaurant has been unable to reopen amid the pandemic, however still has a few ideas in mind for the locaiton.
More news is planned to come out through their collaboration with Grape Crush wine.
“While we are going to miss this little community we’ve built, we are also excited to share with you what we have been fermenting over the last few months with @grapecrush.wine.”
The new bar prides itself in offering wines “you can’t find at the LCBO,” which they claim are natural, and biodynamic.
Address: 1166 Dundas Street West