This weekly round-up spotlights Toronto’s newest restaurants and bars plus incoming establishments that you should have on your radar.
Here are the newest restaurants to eat at in Toronto right now:
- Vegan pizzeria, snack bar, and maker of meatless prepared foods, Apiecalypse Now is now open for business at 862 Pape Avenue.
- Dineen Outpost has just opened its second outpost at 1042 Gerrard Street East – it’s the second location for the ultra-Instagrammable coffee house originating at Yonge and Temperance.
- District Food Hall is now open inside Pearson’s Terminal 3 and reps Toronto’s historic Distillery District with new airport food offerings from Archeo Focacceria, El Catrin Taqueria, Cluny Grille, and Distillery Bar.
- El Habanero & Churrobar is now open at 4915 Steeles Avenue East.
- Enat Buna, a new Ethio fusion café is newly opened at 175 Queen Street East.
- Smile Desserts is now open at 3262 Midland Avenue in Scarborough.
- Starving Artist has opened its fourth waffle house in Rexdale at 2141 Kipling Avenue.
- Crush’d Juice Bar at 314 Queen Street East has a sign in the window announcing February 19 as opening day.
- Garleek Kitchen, a new spot for Asian fusion foods is in the works at 1500 Queen Street West.
- Good Things Cafe + Juice Bar a new healthy food spot is coming soon to 235 Broadview Avenue.
- Ottawa’s Kettleman’s Bagel Co. is eyeing expansion into Toronto according to a recent interview.
- Su&Bu is readying to expand northward! A new location for sushi burritos and poke bowls is coming soon to 8020 Bathurst Street.
- Toronto is getting a virtual reality bar, VBar Toronto is going in at 590 King Street West.
- Wynona, a new spot from Suzanne Barr of Saturday Dinette is set to open this spring at 819 Gerrard Street East reports GoodHood.
- Toronto taqueria La Carnita opens first international location in US
- Ottawa’s Kettleman’s Bagel Co. eyeing expansion into Toronto
- Montreal’s Les Moulins Lafayette is opening its first Toronto location