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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Takht-e Tavoos, Trinity, Drake 150, Tati Bistro to close

Posted by Liora Ipsum / April 11, 2013

Toronto restaurant openingsToronto Restaurant Openings highlights the latest restaurant openings and closings in Toronto and also gives a preview at some of the places coming soon. Find us here every Thursday morning.

OPEN NOW

  • Takht-e Tavoos opened a couple weeks ago at 1120 College Street. The new Iranian eatery from the team behind Pomegranate and Sheherzade is currently focused on daytime offerings with dinner service to be added in the coming weeks.

COMING SOON

  • As previously reported, the newest Drake Hotel outfit, Drake 150 is slated to open this summer in the Financial District at 150 York Street.
  • Billing itself as a modern Greek taverna Trinity is set to open at the Boardwalk Place (1681 Lake Shore Boulevard East) in June.
  • Now Magazine reports that Jeff and Chef Nuit (Sabai Sabai, Sukhothai) have a new project in the works set for a late autumn launch. This time the focus is to be Thai take-out and delivery.
  • Hero Burger has won its bid (again) to operate in the newly renovated Nathan Phillips Square. Also planned for the same site, Cashew & Clive catering will offer seasonal concessions at the new skating rink-side snack bar.

CLOSING

  • Harbord Village French bistro Tati Bistro (124 Harbord) Street is set to close sometime next month, though the last service has yet to be announced.

Have you seen restaurants opening or closing in your neighbourhood? Email tips to liora@blogto.com

Discussion

4 Comments

b.craftie / April 11, 2013 at 08:58 am
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Since Tati is closing, is its affiliate, Chabichou, closing as well ?

GL / April 11, 2013 at 11:22 am
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Tati closing?

nooooooooo!!!!
Upper Beacher / April 11, 2013 at 11:29 am
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Wow - a new restaurant is opening at Boardwalk Place? I thought there was a strangle hold on that area by that horrible Boardwalk restaurant!!! Do the same people own Trinity, or can we hope that this area may be allowed to develop? It is a shame what's been going on there for years!
Van / August 27, 2013 at 04:12 pm
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Earlier today, my husband and I visited the Trinity Taverna for our first and probably our last time. We were quite dissatisfied by our dining experience. To start, both of us ordered an alcoholic beverage - my husband a Sapporo and I had a glass of white wine. The beer (draft) cost $9 for a diminutive pint.The wine was $9 for a 4 oz glass (I may be being generous in my approximation). Substandard. As one of our starters, we shared the trios dip. Our waitress asked us if we would like pita with our dip. It wasn't until we viewed our bill that we learned that in addition to the $11 that we paid for the dip, we were also charged $6 for the pita. The remainder of our meal was hit or miss. The village salad and baby calamari were yummy. However, the octopus was very chewy. We reside in the area and were excited to try out the Trinity Taverna. We are quite sociable and often enjoy drinks and dinner out with friends. However, this would not be our restaurant/bar of choice, strictly based upon the value for liquor and food; it just is not worth the money. Our light lunch cost $120! Thus, we will not be returning. You cannot market your establishment solely based upon location!

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