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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Lasa by Lamesa, Poke Guys, Greek & Co., Bar Mar, Baddies, Pinky's CaPhe

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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  • Lasa by Lamesa is a quick-service Filipino eatery at 634 St. Clair W.
  • Poke Guys at 112 Elizabeth St., is dishing out poke bowls loaded with salmon, ahi tuna and tofu.
  • It's All GRK has suddenly rebranded - it's now Greek & Co. Locations at 756 Queen St. W., and 366 Bloor St., are both still serving up the same menu.
  • Black Rock Coffee inside Basecamp Climbing at 677 Bloor St. W., is now open for business.
  • CĂŠlestin at 623 Mount Pleasant Rd., is now Bar Mar, a new spot for Peruvian-Spanish tapas and sharable mains.

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OPENING SOON

  • Baddies, a new coffee shop from Aussie transplant Alex White, is planning to offer morning joe along with substantial breakfast options when it opens in a yet to be disclosed location in the coming weeks.
  • BQM is expanding with a new location at 901 King St. W.
  • Pinky's CaPhe has already collaborated with Oddseoul on a menu at Cold Tea. Their new snack bar will open at 53 Clinton Street (formerly Fuel House).
  • Bravo Organic Burger Bar is in the works at 1588 Dundas St. W., where Cafe Bar Pasta used to be.

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

Photo from @pokeguysto.


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