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Toronto Restaurant Openings: The Tennessee, Daily Press Juicery, Fat City Blues, The Battered Fish

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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  • Rancho Relaxo, a fixture at 300 College St. for over 16 years, has undergone a full renovation and menu makeover in recent months and will reopen today, Thursday, February 5.
  • b.good, the U.S. fast food chain devoted to kale and quinoa bowls, salads and all natural burgers, will debut its first Toronto location tomorrow Friday, February 6 at 100 Front St.
  • As previously reported, The Sister at 1554 Queen St. West in Parkdale has closed, and as of last Saturday, quietly relaunched as The Tennessee.

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  • Daily Press Juicery is soon to open at 200 Queen St. West and will offer over 20 flavours of cold pressed juices and nut milks.
  • Fat City Blues, a new NOLA-styled cocktail bar and live jazz den, is slated to open towards the end of February at 890 College St., most recently the Huntsman Tavern. The venture, from the same team behind Small Town Food Co., promises southern hospitality and snacks like oysters, po'boys and crab boils.
  • The Battered Fish, a chain of fast casual seafood eateries straight from Nova Scotia, is in the works at 226 Queen St. West, formerly home to Hot & Spicy Asian Fusion.

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

Photo via b.good on Facebook.


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