The HIT list: 10 of Toronto's hottest restaurants, Fall 2018

Sep 17 2018, 6:02 pm

Newly opened and newly honoured restaurants in Toronto are home to the hottest tables in town this fall.

From restaurants abuzz with international acclaim to the latest and greatest from top Toronto chefs, these are the Toronto restaurants you’re going to want to eat at ASAP.

Alobar

 

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Award-winning restaurateurs behind Alo and Aloette have raised the bar in Yorkville. On the menu, cocktails and snack served with the same refined service of its predecessors.

Address: 162 Cumberland Street, Toronto
Phone: 416-966-3421

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Good Hombres

 

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One of Toronto’s best taquerias has expanded. Good Hombres is the latest source for fully loaded, scratch-made tortillas from the same folks behind Campenchano.

Address:  374 Bathurst Street, Toronto
Phone: 416-504-2800

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Quetzal

Quetzal wood-fired Mexican

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Celebrating Mexico’s incredible culinary heritage with Canadian ingredients, this new restaurant showcases grilled meats and seafoods cooked over an open flame, along with fresh tortillas, ceviches, and more

Address: 419 College Street, Toronto
Phone: 647-347-3663

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RYUS Noodle Bar

 

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The Toronto ramen house has seen a spike in popularity ever since receiving an esteemed invitation to open the first ever Canadian noodle house to open a stall inside the Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum, in Yokohama, Japan.

Address: 786 Broadview Avenue, Toronto
Phone: 647-344-9306

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RoboSushi

 

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AYCE sushi served by robot waiters is the latest novelty dining experience to land in Toronto!

Address: 865 York Mills Avenue, North York
Phone: 647-748-3675

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Le Swan

 

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Jen Agg, owner of Toronto’s Cocktail Bar, Rhum Corner, Grey Gardens, and the recently shuttered Black Hoof has taken over this old-school greasy spoon and transformed it into a French diner.

Address: 892 Queen Street West, Toronto

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Beauty Barbecue & Smokehouse

Beauty Barbecue & Smokehouse Toronto’s newest restaurants

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Oliver & Bonacini’s latest restaurant located at Bayview Village is already smoking. The new BBQ joint is serving up slow-cooked brisket, chicken, baby back ribs, and all the fixin’s.

Address:  2901 Bayview Ave #300, North York
Phone: 647-943-6782

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Paris Paris

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Fried crab claws, oyster shots, and stuffed wings are all on the menu at this all-day wine bar from the same folks behind Bar Fancy and Superpoint.

Address: 1161 Dundas Street West, Toronto
Phone: 416-535-5656

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Harry’s Steak House

 

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Toronto’s legendary Barberian’s Steak House has opened a spin-off! The new restaurant follows nearly six decades after the original Elm Street location opened.

Address: 3277 Bloor Street West, Toronto
Phone: 416-551-5864

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Alma

 

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Chef and owner Anna Chen presents plates of Parisienne gnocchi and chimichurri dressed skirt steaks at this newly opened Bloordale Village restaurant.

Address: 1194 Bloor Street West, Toronto
Phone: 647-346-1881

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