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Toronto Restaurant Openings: The Den, Oh Boy Burger Market, Tacos 101, Cibo Wine Bar, Chabichou

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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  • Tacos 101 is operating in soft opening mode at 101 Dundas St. East. The taco bar deals primarily in take-out and offers options like baha fish tacos, tuna tostadas, and something called the "gringa" which is like an el pastor quesadilla with cheese, pork and pineapple.
  • The Den, a new restaurant from the same folks behind Nodo is now open on the ground floor for the Nest at 423 College St.
  • Oh Boy Burger Market is newly opened at 296 Gerrard St. East in Cabbagetown.
  • Bar Hop is now open at 137 Peter St from 5pm daily serving up a full draught selection and food menu.

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OPENING SOON

  • Cibo Wine Bar opens its third location in Yorkville on Tuesday, October 13 at 133 Yorkville Ave.
  • Chabichou at 196 Borden St. is currently shuttered after a fire broke out in the last week of September. While the French cheese monger works to reopen, take solace knowing that owners are also in the process of opening a second location at 774 College St.
  • Caribbean restaurant, Island Hot & Spicy Restaurant is in the works at 106 Queen St. East.

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

Photo courtesy of Tacos 101


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