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Toronto Restaurant Openings: McRamyun, Za Pizzeria, Soi Thai Street Food, Smash Juice Bar, Hollywood Cone

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

  • Smash Juice Bar, a new spot specializing in raw vegan and fermented foods is open at 36 Toronto St.
  • McRamyun a new spot for noodles and Asian bar foods is now open at 1 Baldwin St.
  • Za Pizzeria opens tomorrow, Friday, April 17 at 402 Bloor Street West. Expect to find gourmet thin-crust pies made in less than five minutes in a custom built pizza barbecue.
  • Loveless Cafe from the same folks behind Unlovable is now open at 1430 Dundas St. West.
  • Soi Thai Street Food is in the works at 651 College St. Look forward to dishes like Khai-Jiaw Grob and Khai Krata.
  • Lit Espresso is opening a third outpost at 1517 Bayview Ave.
  • BBQ outfit When the Pig Came Home (known for appearances at The Junction and Sorauren Farmers' Markets) is doing a pop-up hosted by Sorella Toronto (2763 Dundas St. West) every Sunday.

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OPENING SOON

  • Hollywood Cone food truck is about a week away from opening its first brick and mortar location in Oshawa at 1 Simcoe St. North.
  • Famous Laffa is opening two doors down from Dr. Laffa at 3023 Bathurst St.

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

Photo of Famous Laffa's Yonge St. location


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