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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Clubhouse, Amsterdam Brewhouse, Food and Liquor, Hudson Kitchen

Toronto 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

  • The Clubhouse sandwich shop opened quietly this week at 455A Spadina and is offering a selection of sandwiches like oyster po boys.
  • Douce France, a Parisian cafĂŠ and confectionary shop is now open at 2471 Yonge Street (north of Eglinton Avenue).

OPENING SOON

  • Amsterdam Brewing Co. has revealed that it'll open the Amsterdam Brewhouse on July 1st at 245 Queens Quay West. For more on the new venture check out our previous post.
  • Poor John's Cafe is set to be replaced by a new late night snack joint called Food and Liquor (great name), which avoids the Parkdale restaurant moratorium via a liquor licence transfer. Smart. (via the Grid)
  • Hey Lucy is opening a third location in Cabbagetown at 229 Carleton Street. Poised to open in mid-July the new location will boast an 80-seat patio.
  • Hudson Kitchen is soon to open at 800 Dundas Street West with chef Robbie Hojilla (formerly or Ursa, Woodlot) in the kitchen.
  • It appears The Boiler House is undergoing more than just renovations, El Catrin, a new urban Mexican concept is soon to open in its place at 55 Mill Street.
  • Ascertained from the liquor license posted in the window, I can report that Destingo is taking over the massive site, formerly a furniture shop at 739 Queen West.

OTHER NEWS

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