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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Buna's Kitchen, Pig Out BBQ, Parlor Foods, SOCO, Odin Hus, Loaded Pierogi

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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  • Pig Out BBQ has opened at 650 Spadina Ave. This is the second location for the Pickering-based smokehouse. UofT students should look forward to daily specials - like on Sundays, when the pulled pork sandwich goes for $5.50.
  • Bunas Kitchen opens today, Thursday, October 23 at 388 Richmond St. West. On the menu, you'll find an array of salads, sandwiches and hearty mains like house-made pastas and fresh baked quiche.

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OPENING SOON

  • With Paese Ristorante now closed, Parlor Foods is set to takeover the address at 333 King St. West. Expect locally focused, Canadiana-themed menus featuring house-made charcuterie, breads and preserves.
  • SOCO, a kitchen and bar with an added grab-and-go concept, is opening in Southcore Financial Centre at the Delta Hotel (18 York St.).
  • Odin Hus, a restaurant from the same folks Thor Espresso Bar is in the works at 514 King St. East. [PostCity]
  • Loaded Pierogi is coming soon to 9-1/2 Church St. The new eatery promises handmade potato and cheddar filled dumplings topped with goodies like duck confit, pulled pork, fried brussel sprouts, lobster or kimchi.

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

Photo via Buna's Kitchen on Facebook.


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