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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Stay Cafeteria, Fonda Lola, Wind Up Bird Cafe, Jelly Modern Doughnuts

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

  • Stay Cafeteria, a new Chinatown snack bar is now open at 388 Spadina Avenue.
  • Jelly Modern Doughnuts is expanding with a new mini location inside Pusateris Foods (1539 Avenue Road) opening on Saturday, November 30th.
  • Fonda Lola, the pop-up turned permenant Mexican eatery is in its soft opening stage at 942 Queen Street West.
  • Wind Up Bird Cafe at 382 College Street officially opens its doors on Monday, December 2nd.

OPENING SOON

  • P&L Burger, a burger shop from Parts & Labour is poised to open this week or next at 507 Queen Street West, the former home of the White Squirrel Snack Shop.
  • New BBQ destination, Greenwood Smokehouse is in the works at the former Slider Revolution space at 673 Danforth Avenue.

RECENTLY REVIEWED

CLOSING

  • Valentina (61 Bellevue Avenue), the Mexican eatery in Kensington Market has quietly closed its doors.

OTHER NEWS

  • Stircrazy Catering is taking orders now for Quebec-style tourtieres available exclusively over the holiday season.

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


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