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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Top Gun Steak, Trinity Common, Buster's Sea Cove, Carl's Jr., Cafe Novo

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

  • Top Gun Steak is now open at 251 Augusta Ave. serving up steak sandwiches.
  • Trinity Common has opened its doors at 303 Augusta Ave. and is serving up racks of ribs and craft beer
  • After a few false starts and pushed backed opening dates, Lucky Red is newly reopened as a sit down restaurant at 318 Spadina Ave.
  • WingBurger home to wings, fried chicken, homemade burgers and filet of fish sandwiches has opened at 1733 Eglinton Ave. in North York
  • St. Lawrence Market stalwart Buster's Sea Cove is soon to cast a wider net with the opening of a new location next week in the South Core food court at 120 Bremner Blvd.
  • Carl's Jr. opens its downtown location at 272 Queen St. West next week too.

OPENING SOON

  • Rose City Kitchen is set to open its second location at 36 Toronto St. on Monday, April 13th. New spot will feature a grab-and-go component featuring prepare food items in addition to its pita pocket sandwich counter.
  • Cafe Novo which closed its Bloor West cafe last month is soon to reopen, newly relocated to 254 Augusta Ave. in Kensington Market.
  • 90 Second Pizzeria (which sounds pretty self explanatory) is in the works at 259 Queen St. West.

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