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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Volta Espresso, Bombay Street Food, Point Bar, Fuse, One Pizza, Paramount

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

  • Shish Kabab Grill is now open at 112 Dundas West in the old Big Fat Burrito space.
  • There's a new place to get your caffeine fix in The Annex. Volta Espresso is now open at 866 Bathurst Street.
  • Point Bar, a new creperie and sports bar has taken over the old Snakes & Lagers address at 488 College Street.

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OPENING SOON

  • Bombay Street Food Co. is slated to take over the former address of What A Bagel at 828 Bay Street.
  • OJ&S a new juice and smoothie bar is opening in the PATH in the Richmond Adelaide Centre.
  • Fuse Restaurant Entertainment Emporium, a new venue for live entertainment and dining is opening January 21 in Corktown at 366 Queen Street East where White Elephant used to be.
  • Paramount Fine Foods is set to take over the recently shuttered Spring Rolls location at 85 Front Street East.

CLOSED

  • One Pizza at 169 King Street East is closed. A new concept from the same team in the works.
  • Il Fresco at 243 King East is also closed.

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

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