Toronto restaurant openings

Toronto Restaurant Openings: Harvest Kitchen, The Roncy Public, We Got Balls, Me Va Me, Von 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

  • Harvest Kitchen at 124 Harbord Street is now open for lunch and dinner daily from noon until 11pm. Weekend brunch service will begin December 21st.
  • The Roncy Public, a new grill and lounge is now open at 390 Roncesvalles Avenue.
  • Gilead Wine Bar (4 Gilead Place), is now open Tuesday through Saturday for an a la carte dinner menu from Jamie Kennedy and wines paired by sommelier Emily Pearce.
  • Napoli Centrale is open at 964 Bathurst Street serving up pizza and pasta for stay or to go.
  • We Got Balls, a mobile meatball specialist debuted this week on Toronto streets.
  • Red Onion, a Hong Kong-Canadian restaurant is now open in place of E-Pan at 369 Spadina. Delivery is not on the menu but the phone number is still the same.
  • Agave y Agucate at 35 Baldwin Street supposedly opens tonight, Thursday December 12th, though Facebook suggests that the new year is more likely. I'm happy to eat my words... if I can chase them with tacos anyway.

OPENING SOON

  • Me Va Me, a Middle Eastern restaurant with multiple locations in York Region is opening its newest location in January downtown at 240 Queen West, formerly East! Restaurant
  • Von Doughnuts, a new bakery cafe is opening soon at 713 Danforth Avenue.

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