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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Montage Yorkville, Nuit Social, Bake Shoppe, Muncheez Deli Creperie

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.

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  • Remy's at 115 Yorkville Ave. shuttered this summer to undergo a complete revamp and reopened this week (at least part of it) under the name Montage Yorkville. The rooftop patio is the first to open while a private members club called the Green Room and a downstairs dining room are slated to open in the coming weeks.
  • Nuit Social is now open at 1168 Queen St. West the former home of Happy Child. The new spot is focused on cocktails, craft beers and sharable plates like charcuterie, cheese boards and olives.
  • Muncheez Deli Creperie (7181 Yonge St., Unit 21) in Markham at Yonge St. and Steeles Ave. is now open and serving up made-to-order savoury crepes packed with cold cuts.

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OPENING SOON

  • Little Fin (140 Yonge St.), the latest seafood-centric concept from the Chase Hospitality Group, has announced its opening date will be October 6.
  • The Wedding Cake Shoppe at 859 College St. is soon to be rebranded with a wider audience in mind. The bakery is set to reopen as the Bake Shoppe on Saturday, September 27, and will offer nostalgic desserts like mini pies, cookies, whole cakes and pop tarts.

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