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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Wicked Sammich, Amma Roti, Woody's Burgers, Kanga, B'saha, Boxcar Social

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

  • Wicked Sammich is now open at 2772 Dundas St. W., in The Junction. The daily selections includes piri piri chicken on a Portuguese roll and steak and egg on a bun.
  • Amma Roti House is now open in the Beach(es) at 2014 Queen St. E. Find samosas, curry, BBQ skewers and of course, freshly made, organic roti and paratha on the menu.
  • Already locally famous in Etobicoke for its wood-fired burgers, Woody's Burgers opens a second location on Friday, July 8 at 383 Jane St., in Baby Point.
  • Kanga Aussie meat pies are now in the PATH! The new location is in the Commerce Court food court at 199 Bay St.

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OPENING SOON

  • B'saha Restaurant, a new spot for Moroccan street food, is slated to open mid-July at 599 College St. in Little Italy.
  • Boxcar Social continues to expand with a new location coming to 70 Temperance St. at the base of INDX Condos.
  • Well established after-work watering hole The Office Pub opens its second location next month at 7 King St. E.

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

Photo from Kanga by Jesse Milns.


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