reforma toronto closed

Reforma calls it quits after just four months

It was a brief run for Reforma, the stripped-down Mexican spot in Baldwin Village that took over for Agave y Aguacate roughly four months ago. In posts on the restaurant's various social media channels, ownership confirmed the closure yesterday afternoon. February 11th was the last day of service.

There's no detailed explanation provided for abrupt halt to business, but there's certainly a wistful tone to the goodbye message posted on co-owner Andres Marquez's personal account. "Bittersweet to admit of defeat, we had a great run & enjoyed it all," he tweeted last night.

The space at 35 Baldwin has been a Mexican/taco destination since late 2013, but the ownership shuffle and revamp to Reforma wasn't enough to keep the restaurant afloat. It's a shame given that the menu was promising in its pared down approach to Mexican street food.

Photo by Hector Vasquez.


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