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Toronto Restaurant Openings: A3 Napoli, 4 Life Natural Foods, Carens Rosedale, The Pie Commission


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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  • A3 Napoli opens tomorrow, Friday, June 12. The new restaurant from Libretto and Porchetta & Co. is devoted to the street foods of Naples and will offer pizzas, both wood fired and fried, as well as deep fried delicacies like bite sized fried vegetables, fish, meatballs, and pasta.
  • Broncos, a massive new sports bar from the team behind Branca is now open at 127 Strachan Ave.
  • 4 Life Natural Foods is now operational in Kensington Market replacing the old Zimmerman's Discount. Selection is still a little sparse and currently it's cash only, but the sprawling new grocer boasts a lunch counter, and the place has seriously never looked better.

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OPENING SOON

  • Flock the new eatery devoted to rotisserie chicken and greens from Cory Vitiello is nearing completion at the base of Peter Street Condominiums at 338 Adelaide St. West.
  • Carens Rosedale, a new wine and cheese bar is opening where Le Petit Castor used to be at 1118 Yonge St.
  • The Uptown Pub House is soon to open at 3185 Yonge St., formerly the Pain Perdu Bistro.
  • The Pie Commission is setting up shop at 887 Dundas St. West and should be open before the end of June. The second location for the savoury pie shop from Etobicoke will take over the address previously home to The Happy Hooker and will offer 15 or seats to dine-in and enjoy draft beers, as well as bake-at-home pies for take away.

CLOSED

  • Brunch spot Daybreak at Church and College has been closed for a couple weeks now.

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


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