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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Cafeteria, The Cloak, Wonder Chicken, Sugar Loaf, Piano Piano, Belfast Love

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

  • CafeterĂ­a, the newest member of the Mas Playa family of Mexican restaurants is set to open this weekend at 974 College Street.
  • The Cloak has opened in the basement level of Marben at 488 Wellington Street West. The new addition is part of Marben's ever-evolving identity and taps the talents of beverage director, Tao Zrafi (Taology) to oversee the extensive handcrafted cocktail program accompanied by nibbles and music.
  • Wonder Chicken, a new spot for Taiwanese food has opened at 96 Harbord Street where Tik Talk Cafe used to be.
  • Custom cake shop and bakery, The CakeSmith celebrated its grand opening this week at 2325 Bloor Street West.
  • Sugar Loaf, a new artisanal bakery and cafe is now open at 729 Queen Street East.
  • Basso at 320 Queen Street East is open and serving up Italian standards.

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OPENING SOON

  • The recently shuttered Splendido at 88 Harbord Street is getting a flowery facelift and is soon to become Piano Piano.
  • The Belfast Love, a new public house that pays tribute to the Irish is set to replace Zoe's Bakery & Cafe at 548 King Street West.
  • New watering hole, the Clocktower Bar is coming to 1210 Yonge Street near Summerhill.

CLOSED

  • No more pickles on a stick in Kensington Market! Thomas Lavers Cannery & Deli is closing up shop on January 31 to refocus their efforts on their ginger beer.
  • 90 Second Pizzeria at 259 Queen Street West has closed making that stretch of Queen more barren than ever.

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


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