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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Libertine, Saffron Spice Kitchen, The Home of the Brave, Teppan Kenta

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

  • Libertine is officially open now at 1307 Dundas Street West. The unmarked speakeasy can be located via the tarot reader sign.
  • Saffron Spice Kitchen is now open at 459 Queen Street West serving up Sri Lankin tandoori chicken wraps and kothu rotis.
  • The Home of the Brave, the new restaurant from the team begin La Carnita opens Saturday, August 17th at 589 King Street West.
  • David's Tea opens its newest location this Saturday, August 17th at Dundas-Square.
  • The Living Room Restaurant is opened quietly a couple months ago at The Windsor Arms (18 St Thomas Street) from 7am to 2am each day. The restaurant and lounge boasts over 60 local craft drafts and beers plus a menu full of comfort foods.

OPENING SOON

  • Teppan Kenta, an authentic Japaneese Teppan-Yaki is opening this September at 24 Wellseley Street West.
  • Trambusto and new pizza and pasta restaurant is slated to open at 9001 Dufferin Street south of Rutherford road in Vaughan.

OTHER NEWS

  • Kim Hernandez has been announced as the new Executive Chef at Skin + Bones (980 Queen Street East) after the departure of Matthew Sullivan this spring.
  • Two Guys And A Grill is opening soon at 4646 Dufferin Street.

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

Photo of the Living Room at the Windsor Arms


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