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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Sunshine Wholesome Market, The Cups, Maezo, Boil Bar, Cafe Landwer

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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  • Playa Cabana's Dave Sidhu not only recently debuted Dolly's, but he and his partner Ashley Jeige-Sidhu have also taken over Sunshine Wholesome Market at 942 College St. (by Dovercourt). The completely renovated shop reopened yesterday, offering all-organic produce, salads and smoothies, along with gluten-free sandwiches.
  • The Cups, a Korean cafe that already has a location in Thornhill, has opened a second spot at 5418 Yonge St. in North York. Both cafes feature Hawaiian musubi, "cup bab" (a big "cup" of rice with savoury toppings), shaved ice desserts and a tantalizing menu of lattes that include taro, black sesame or red bean as flavours.
  • MaÍzo has taken over what was formerly The Rum Exchange at 67 Richmond St. W. This restaurant and bar serves up a fusion of Indian, Italian and Canadian cuisines, with dishes like masala macaroni, "naanza" (naan + pizza) and gulab jamun cheesecake.

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  • Superpoint, the new pizza and pasta joint on Ossington, is now doing take-out slices for $5 a pop.

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

Photo of the Boil Bar by Hector Vasquez.


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