8 notable Toronto businesses that closed in March
March can be a cruel month and clearly, the highs and lows weren't exclusively weather related. From beloved neighbourhood institutions to restaurants and big box stores, here are the most notable Toronto businesses that closed in Toronto in March 2016.
This midtown bistro served its last supper on March 5 after announcing its lease wouldn't be renewed past June 2018. The restaurant will re-open in May as Noorden Food Bar, a Dutch-Indo pop-up set to operate for just two years.
The Brunswick House
We all knew this was coming for a long time now. The historic bar threw an epic farewell after spending 140 years in The Annex. The building will eventually become Rexall's flagship Toronto store.
This place opened and closed so quickly, many barely had time to check it out. The short-lived resto-bar, and sibling to Littlefish, shuttered just months after its debut.
Open Air Books and Maps
Toronto's only travel bookstore has been fuelling the city's sense of wanderlust for the past 40 years. Its closure marks the latest casualty in our city's dwindling number of indie bookstores.
Photo of Oylmpos Crowbar by Samantha Tapp.
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