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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Salt & Tobacco, Montgomery's, Oakwood Hardware, Janie Jones

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

  • Salt & Tobacco, which is serving up pizza topped with black cabbage and n'juda, is now open at 521 Parliament in Cabbagetown.
  • Montgomery's Restaurant has replaced Tom's Restaurant at 996 Queen St. W. It has an eclectic menu featuring dishes like goose creton with fried bread and lake fish with dill beurre blanc.
  • The Dime, the newest $4.95 kitchen from the Warehouse family, is now open at 538 Queen St. W., where Rock Lobster used to be.
  • Zimbabwean meat pie shop Mnandi Pies is now open in the 707 Market at the corner of Bathurst and Dundas.

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OPENING SOON

  • Oakwood Hardware Food & Drink, a new restaurant from Chopped Canada winner Chef Anne Sorrenti, is slated to open this September at 337 Oakwood Ave.
  • Davy Love, ex-The Bristol Yard, is about to open Janie Jones, a new cocktail bar and brunch spot featuring a menu described as "Brits on holiday." Find it in a couple weeks at 1030 Gerrard St. E.
  • The Boil Bar is expanding with a new location slated to open later this year at 442 Bloor St. W., in the Annex.

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

Photo from Salt & Tobacco by Liora Ipsum.


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