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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Dirty Food Eatery, Via Mercanti, Colaba Junction, Calii Love, Hungry Amoo

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.

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  • Dirty Food Eatery is now open at 3070 Dundas St. W., in the Junction. Find peanut butter and bacon waffles, beet-cured salmon Johnnycake and six different types of pierogies on the menu.
  • Pizzeria Via Mercanti has opened its third outpost at 1499 Gerrard St.
  • De Frantic Monkey, a new cafe and bar, is open for business at 799 College St.

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  • Colaba Junction, a restaurant dishing out Bombay-style street food, is opening up at 801 Bay St. It's the newest project from Hemant Bhagwani of the Indian Street Food Co..
  • Signs are up for another Kiva's Bagel Bar, opening in the former Second Cup at 700 King St,. at Bathurst.
  • As previously reported, Parkdale's Harry's Diner is passing the torch to Grant Van Gameren‎ and team.
  • Yet another poke bar is opening in Toronto. Calii Love is going in at 367 King St. W.
  • Ossington Village reports that Hungry Amoo, a new restaurant and bar serving a seasonal selection of small plates, is coming to 74 Ossington Ave.

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