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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Street Shak, Pi Co., Ardo, Mascot Brewery, Taylors Landing, The Banknote

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

  • Street Shak at 646 Queen Street West is now open and serving up Caribbean eats like jerk chicken, Bajan style cod fritters and seared fish sandwiches.
  • Pi Co., a new customizable pizza company has opened at 1200 Bay Street in Yorkville.
  • Ardo, the new Southern Italian restaurant from Sicilian-born chef Roberto Marotta, is now open for lunch and dinner at 243 King Street East.
  • Caplansky's Deli in Yorkville at 156 Cumberland Street is open and slinging smoked meat sandwiches all day.
  • Banh Mi Boys at 2365 Yonge Street just north of Eglinton is now open for business.
  • Mascot Brewery opens its main floor restaurant on Monday, May 16 at 31 Mercer Street.

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OPENING SOON

  • The Banknote is opening a new location at 474 Adelaide Street East. Expect the new bar to open in late June.
  • The Captain's Boil continues its rapid expansion. In addition to the location coming to 226 Queen Street West, there are outposts going in at 1620 Bayview Avenue and another at 865 York Mills.
  • Taylors Landing, from the same group behind Hunters Landing and Williams Landing, is opening this June at 10 O'Neil Road at the Shops of Don Mills.

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

Photo of Mascot Brewery by Jesse Milns.


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