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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Borealia, Bespoke Butchers, Furlough, Triple A Bar, Citta, Tosto Quickfire

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

  • Borealia, a new restaurant at 59 Ossington Ave., is now open and dishing out modern takes on recipes of Canada's indigenous peoples and early settlers.
  • There's a new butcher in Liberty Village and it's devoted to sourcing its meat straight from small, low-impact farms. Look for Bespoke Craft Butchers, in business at 171 East Liberty St., unit 155.

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OPENING SOON

  • We've known for some time tha
    t Pizzeria Libretto is teaming up with Porchetta & Co. to open adjacent eateries in the new year, but we finally know where. The new destination for pizza and/or pork is coming to 545 King St. West between Spadina and Bathurst.
  • Furlough, a new cocktail bar and bistro from BarChef, is in the works at 924 Queen St. West.
  • Triple A Bar is expanding in the new year, with a second location coming to 1276 Queen St. East in Leslieville.
  • Citta, Hanif Harji's new CityPlace project at 92 Fort York Blvd. opens December 16 and will offer Southern Italian fare from chef Ben Heaton (The Grove). [Toronto Life]
  • Tosto Quickfire Pizza Pasta, a new Italian fast food concept, is coming to 800 Bay St.

CLOSING

  • The Corkscrew on College has closed which is no surprise considering that corner lot at 596 College St. at Clinton might be best known for its rapid restaurant turnover.
  • The Greek at 567 King St. West looks to be no more - the windows are papered over and show no signs of life.

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

Photo via Borealia on Facebook.


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