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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Eative, Otto's Berlin Doner, Skwish, Merenda Kitchen, Mi Taco

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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  • Eative is now open at 228 Augusta Ave and is serving up fruit purĂŠe sorbets and gelato a made with liquid nitrogen.
  • Otto's Berlin Doner opens on Friday, July 24. Look forward to doner, currywurst, and bier!
  • Skwish, a new craft beer bar and kitchen is now open at opened at 2252 Queen St. East.
  • Wallace Espresso now boasts two locations, the second outpost is now open 1642 Dupont Ave.
  • Pavilion Coffee & Crepes is now open where Crepe It Up used to be at 507 Church St. in The Village. The menu and concept seem more or less the same.
  • New Korean restaurant, Masheel Bistro has replaced Pho Huong at 598 College St.

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OPENING SOON

  • Merenda Kitchen is already delivering Italian-style fresh boxes with a choice of meatballs, porchetta, pulled chicken, ratatouille or fried mozzarella customized on a base of greens, grains, or bun. Following the completion of their re is, expect business at 171 East Liberty St., Unit 144 to be full swing by the end of the month.
  • Health-focused Caribbean take-out counter 1 Love Kitchen is gone. Taking its place at 247 Queen St. West is a new taqueria called Mi Taco.

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

Photo from Otto's Berlin Doner facebook page.


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