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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Knuckle Sandwich, Marigold's Finest, Street Shak, Wicked Sammich

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

  • New brewpub and restaurant, BATCH from Creemore is now open for lunch and dinner at 75 Victoria Street.
  • Knuckle Sandwich, a new East York sandwich shop offering options like porchetta, fried chicken and beer braised brisket is now open at 969 Coxwell Avenue.
  • Diana's Oyster Bar and Grill has opened a location in Markham at 7501 Woodbine Avenue.
  • Marigold's Finest at 1296 Gerrard Street East is now open on Saturdays only and selling micro-batch single origin chocolate bars handcrafted with traditional techniques.
  • New bakery, Lutz's Scrumtpious Conversations, is now open at 809 Humewood Drive.

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OPENING SOON

  • Street Shak Caribbean Kitchen, a new eatery promising modern twists on island favourites, is in the works at 646 Queen Street West.
  • In more good news for sandwich lovers, Wicked Sammich is nearing completion at 2772 Dundas Street West in The Junction.
  • Signs in the window indicate that Tender Steakhouse is moving into the Green Eggplant's former digs at 1968 Queen Street East in the Beaches.

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

Photo of Diana's Seafood Oyster Bar.


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