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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Pulp Kitchen Danforth, Yunaghi, Lobster Monster, Tutti Pizzeria

Toronto Restaurant Openings highlights the latest restaurant openings and closings in Toronto and also gives a preview of what's coming soon. Find us here every Thursday morning.

OPEN NOW

  • Pulp Kitchen has opened another juice bar at 565 Danforth Ave.
  • Ossington Stop is now open at 1154 Dundas St. West. Today (Thursday July 17), the shop is offering a free lunch of BBQ ribs, pork steamed buns, and chicken 'n' waffles from noon until 5pm.
  • Yunaghi, a new Japanese bistro, aims to be open this Saturday, July 19. The new spot takes over the address where Ici Bistro used to be at 538 Manning Ave.
  • El Furnture Warehouse at 410 Bloor opens tomorrow, Friday July 18. The west coast import specializes in $5 foods.

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OPENING SOON

  • Lobster Monster at 3249 Yonge St. (north of Lawrence) is aiming for a mid-August opening.
  • Borealia Restaurant at 59 Ossington Ave. is set to open this fall. Expect a menu inspired by the historic foods of natives, early settlers and subsequent immigrants to Canada.
  • Local Public Eatery, the West Coast import from the same hospitality group behind Joey's, is opening its first Toronto location on July 26 in what was formerly the short-lived Origin Liberty Village at 171 East Liberty St.
  • Tutti Pizzeria is opening in Yorkville where Montreal boulangerie MBCo used to stand at 100 Bloor St. West.

CLOSING

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


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