Toronto restaurant openings

Toronto Restaurant Openings: Fry Haus, The Goods, Shibui Robata Bar, People's Eatery II, Bar Oak

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

  • Fry Haus at 296 Gerrard is now open and serving up bratwursts, German burgers and Fritten Mischmasch, er, poutine.
  • The Goods, a production kitchen and takeout counter is now open at 1255 Dundas West.
  • Shibui Robata Bar, an upmarket Japanese restaurant specializing in grill items and sushi rolls is now open at 230 Adelaide Street West.
  • Come and Get It could reopen at 676 Queen West any day now... fingers crossed.

RECENTLY REVIEWED

OPENING SOON

CLOSING

  • Grace Restaurant, the charming dining room at 503 College Street quietly closed its doors this week. [Toronto Life]
  • Brockton General (1321 Dundas Street West) has called it quits, the restaurant will serve its last dinner service on March 9th. [The Grid]
  • German creperie, Pfannkuchen Koln at 3345 Yonge Street is closed.
  • Corner House at 501 Davenport Road is closing its doors at the end of the month, though a notice on the restaurant's website indicates a new project is in the works.

OTHER NEWS

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