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Toronto Restaurant Openings: West City SnackBar, Triple A Bar, The Grow-Op, Loka, Kiu, The Basil Box

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

  • West City SnackBar is now open at 430 Horner Ave. in Etobicoke. Run by the same folks behind Treeline Catering, the new spot is serving pulled pork sliders, baby back ribs, and tacos.
  • Union Juice has opened its doors at 106 John St. and is serving up salads, panini, yogurts, and of course juice.
  • The second location of Triple A Bar opens this weekend at 1276 Queen Street East.
  • The Grow-Op, a new juice and salad bar opens today at 222 Ossington Ave.
  • QW Resto Bar, a new spot for for tapas and cocktails, is now open at 1032 Queen St. West.

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OPENING SOON

  • After a successful crowdfunding campaign, Loka has found a new (permanent) home at 620 Queen St. West, formerly Del Ray.
  • The team behind Ramen Isshin are expanding to Markham and opening Kiu at 169 Enterprise Blvd. this fall.
  • The Basil Box, a new fast-casual restaurant featuring the flavours of Southeast Asia, is opening this winter at the Ryerson Student Learning Centre at 341 Yonge Street.
  • Big Jack's burger shop is in the works at Queen and Parliament

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

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