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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Big Crow, Foodbenders, El Catrin, The Cocktail Parlour, Hunters Landing

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.

NOW OPEN

  • Big Crow is now open outback of Rose & Son's at 176 Dupont. The outdoor, backyard venue is doing up BBQ with all the fixings.
  • Foodbenders is now open at 2763 Dundas Street West offering healthy meals to go.
  • Food Palace Gelato is now offering chilled treats at 217 Bathurst Street.
  • United Coffee is now open at 456 Ossington Avenue at College Street adding to the abundance of indie cafĂŠs in the area.
  • El Catrin (55 Mill Street), the new Mexican restaurant in the Distillery District opens next week on Tuesday, June 23rd.

OPENING SOON

  • The Cocktail Parlour is slated to open next week on Saturday, July 27th at 11 Duncan Street on the third floor of the Story's Building. The stylish new bar from The same team behind Weslodge and Patria will offer an extensive cocktail list and snacks from Staurt Cameron.
  • Hunters Landing restaurant and bar from the team behind Williams Landing and South of Temperance is set to open at 82 Fort York Boulevard.
  • Rumblings have it that a new snack bar named the Libertine is slated to open on Dundas Street West. Stay tuned for details.

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

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