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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Jacob's Deli, Barrio Coreano, Humble Beginnings, It's All GRK

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.

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  • Barrio Coreano, the fourth concept (this time tacos with a dash of Korean influence) from Playa Cabana taqueria-teur Dave Sidhu is set to open at 642 Bloor West in Koreatown this fall. (via NOW magazine)
  • Harvest Kitchen, a new restaurant triumphing fresh, affordable, locavore food is soon to open at 124 Harbord Street. (via Post City)
  • Humble Beginnings at 3109 Dundas Street West is set open Labour Day weekend and will offer cross-cultural, hot and cold prepared foods and made-to-order lunches and dinners for dine-in, take-away and catering.
  • Kensington Lodge at 21 Kensington Avenue now has the green light from DineSafe though I've got little else to report. Details to come as we know more.
  • The Fifth Pub House & Cafe is nearing its opening at the site of the already bustling Easy & Fifth "complex" at 225 Richmond Steet West.
  • Papered windows indicate It's All GRK, a new gyro shop is soon to open at 754 Queen Street West.

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