Ozzy’s Burgers serving up burgers, poutine, grilled cheese sandwiches, and milkshakes in Kensington Market at 66 1/2 Nassau Street.
Tuk Tuk Canteen, a new spot for Cambodian and Asian food is now open at 392 Roncesvalles Avenue, formerly Rude Boy.
Victory Cafe is back and business! The former Mirvish Village bar celebrated its reopening at 440 Bloor Street West in The Annex last week.
Arbar, a new wine bar is in the works at 88 Fort York Boulevard.
Cauldron Ice Cream, the California-based ice cream parlour known for its menu of made-to-order liquid nitrogen ice cream and OG Puffle Cones has signed a multi-unit franchise deal to bring five locations to the Toronto area.
Core Restaurantin Leslieville at 896 Queen Street East is due to open this March.
H² Kitchen, a new spot for salad, poke, noodles, and smoothies, is set to open before the end of the month at 204 Queen Street West.
High 5 Cafe, a new cafe and restaurant is soon to join The Fifth social club, pub, and grill at 225 Richmond Street West.
Ristorante Rosina from the folks behind Trattoria Taverniti, is soon to open at 740A King Street West.
As previously reported, Rosalinda, a massive new vegan Mexican restaurant is coming to the Financial District this spring.
Toronto chef Anthony Rose has announced that Rose & Sons is “taking bacon and eggs OFF the menu.” The restaurant at 176 Dupont Street has closed for a week starting today and is set to reopen as Rose & Sons Delicatessen on January 18.