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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Kaffebar, Loka Snacks, The Hearth, LEE Kitchen, Twist, Spin Dessert Cafe

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

  • Kaffebar is open at 2830 Dundas St. West in The Junction serving coffees and baked goods like cookies, cakes and cinnamon buns.
  • Saturday Dinette is now open at 807 Gerrard St. The modern diner that took over Hammersmith's old spot has been serving dinner all week and launches brunch service this weekend.
  • The newest location of Spin Dessert Cafe celebrates its grand opening Thursday, September 18 at 51 Lebovic Ave. in Scarborough. The chain already has an outpost on The Queensway and other GTA locales like Mississauga and Vaughan.

RECENTLY REVIEWED

OPENING SOON

  • Dining options at Toronto Pearson continue to improve with the announcements that The Hearth by Lynn Crawford, LEE Kitchen by Susur Lee and Twist by Roger Mooking are slated to open over the next year, along with Paramount Fine Foods and Caplansky's Snack Bar.

OTHER NEWS

  • Lucky Red (318 Spadina Ave.), the months-old spinoff from Banh Mi Boys, is currently closed and sporting a notice in the window that reads it's under construction and soon to reopen as a sit-down restaurant.
  • Loka Snacks, a new pop-up concept, debuts inside Hi-Lo Bar (753 Queen St. East) on Saturday, September 13. Ex-The Chase chef Dave Mottershall has been tweeting out some pretty delicious looking things to look forward to, and pending the sucess of this first week, the pop-up aspires to become a weekly fixture (if not more frequent).

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

Photo via Loka Snacks on Facebook.


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