Toronto restaurant openings

Toronto Restaurant Openings: Bathurst Local 322, Francobollo Posto Italiano, The Coop, Black Ox Bistro

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

  • Bathurst Local 322, a cozy new cafe and bar has debut at where-else but, 322 Bathurst St.
  • The second location of Mean Bao is now open at 167 Bathurst St. south of Queen.
  • Francobollo Posto Italiano, a new Italian restaurant from the same folks behind Terra and Sarpa opens this week at 1959 Avenue Rd.
  • South St. Burger Co. has opened two locations in a little under two weeks. Find the burger chain flipping patties at 102 Yorkville Ave., and check out the new Burger Bar concept, a licensed "grown-up" version in operation at 260 King St. East.
  • BarFish, the new cocktail bar with a Japanese snack menu opens next week next to BlowFish at 668 King St. West.

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OPENING SOON

  • The Coop, a chicken house focused strictly on wings is in the works in out-building behind House Maison. Expect the walk-up operation to open sometime in the new year.
  • Black Ox Bistro is set to open January 2015 in Scarborough at 1780 Markham Rd.
  • A new chippy, Easy Catch Fish & Chips, is opening soon at 1446 Yonge St.

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

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