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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Bobbette & Belle, Fresh Off The Boat, Schmaltz, La Cubana, Thai-Tanium

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.

NOW OPEN

  • Fresh Off the Boat, a new seafood-centric sandwich shop, debuted during Nuit Blanche last week at 404 Queen St. West and opens to the public this weekend.
  • Stoney's Bread Company, the popular Oakville destination for soups, salads and sandwiches, has opened a second location at 1045 The Queensway in Etobicoke.
  • Bobbette & Belle opens a second shop this week at 3347 Yonge St. north of Lawrence.
  • Toronto chef Anthony Rose is converting the coach house on Howland Ave. behind Fat Pasha into a fine food store with a Jewish focus. Schmaltz is slated to open next week, after Thanksgiving. [Post City]

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OPENING SOON

  • Rumour has it that Kompai, a Taiwanese snack bar from same folks behind Liberty Noodle, is slated to open at Carlton and Parliament at the end of this month. Speculation has it poised to take over the address formerly home to Ginger.
  • La Cubana, the lunchonette and brunch spot, is soon to open a second location at 92 Ossington Ave., overtaking the former home of Delux from same owner chef/owner Corinna Mozo.
  • Looks like the new restaurant from Khao San Road owner Monte Wan is going to stick to the genre he knows best after all. After a year of advertising a series of faux restaurant concepts, the new spot at 785 Queen St. West will be called Thai-Tanium and is set to open October 18.

CLOSING

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