Open now and opening soon: Toronto's newest restaurants

Jan 18 2018, 4:40 pm

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:

Just Opened

  • 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.

Opening Soon

  • 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.
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