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:
- Aloha First Canadian Place! Calii Love just opened outpost at 100 King Street West ans is dishing out a menu featuring poke, salad, grain bowls, smoothies, and coffee.
Hot Bunzz Street Cuizine opens the doors to their new semi-permanent pop-up location at 170 Spadina this weekend, from Friday, January 19
- American sushi chain Kona Grill just debuted its first Canadian location at 6210 Highway 7 in Vaughan.
La Paella at 1146 Queen Street East looks just about ready to open its doors and locals report it could be operational as of this weekend.
Luscious Desserts, a new Asian dessert house is newly open at 493A Dundas Street West at Spadina.
- Taiwanese Dessert spot Meet Fresh opens its first Toronto location tomorrow, Friday, January 19 at 5315 Yonge Street in North York.
Pi Co. celebrates the grand opening of its newest location at 170 University Avenue with a free pizza giveaway next week.
Rose & Sons Delicatessen, the newest iteration of Rose & Sons, opens today, January 18 at 176 Dupont Street.
- Epic soft serve spot, Sweet Jesus has opened an outpost inside the Toronto Eaton Centre at 220 Yonge Street.
A la Turk, a new restaurant dishing out home-style Turkish food is in the works at 3443 Yonge Street.
Blaze Pizza is currently in the process of opening two new Toronto locations. The fast-fired pizza maker is going in at 150 John Street, as well as 4888 Yonge Street.
Big Trouble Pizza is coming soon to 235 Spadina Avenue in Toronto’s Chinatown.
Café Bon Bon is coming soon to Unit 89-90, 550 Highway 7 East in Markham.
- Venetian eatery Dal-Moro’s Fresh Pasta To Go is opening its first Toronto location at 605 Yonge Street in mid- to late February.
Dumbo Snack Bar, a new late-night destination for cocktails, beers, and small plates, is expected to open in early March at 1704 Queen Street.
- Sandwich and coffee shop Oliva is plotting a second location at 3190 Yonge Street.
- New bar Open House is taking over the former address of The Steady at 1051 Bloor Street West. The address will also house a take-out counter devoted entirely to Nashville Hot Chicken.
- Vancouver’s Tractor Foods is opening its first Toronto location this summer at 151 Yonge Street.