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Toronto Restaurant Openings: The Oakwood Hardware, Coq of the Walk, Kiva's, Fahrenheit Coffee, Pretty Ugly

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

  • Skwish has opened a second location at 1192 Queen St. E. in Leslieville in addition to its original spot in The Beaches, taking over the space that was the short-lived PO Box 1192 (and Rock Lobster before that).
  • French bistro Coq of the Walk has replaced Snakes & Lagers at 488 College St. and is now serving dinner and drinks.
  • Kiva's has opened a bagel bar at 133 Richmond St. W., so those in the Financial District will never go without all-natural, hand-rolled, kettle-boiled bagels again.
  • Pretty Ugly, a Parkdale cocktail bar by Bar Isabel and Bar Raval's Grant Van Gameren, Mike Webster and Robin Goodfellow along with Evelyn Chick, former bar manager of The Harbord Room, has quietly opened at 1237 Queen St. W. With its pedigree, you know the drinks will be good.

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OPENING SOON

  • Fahrenheit Coffee is opening a new location at 529 Richmond St. W. (at Portland) soon.
  • Oakwood Village is about to get a new restaurant any day now. The Oakwood Hardware has been hosting pop-ups at its space at 337 Oakwood Ave. and will soon be offering "carefully crafted food and drink" permanently.
  • Hot Mess Tex Mex Tavern will be taking over what was previously Bar Radio in Little Italy at 615 College St. and should be opening in early December.

CLOSED

OTHER NEWS

  • ND Sushi & Grill will be closing its doors on December 17. Its owners will not be renewing its lease at 3 Baldwin St. and they will be opening a new restaurant in the fall of 2017, hopefully somewhere close by.

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

Photo via Skwish's Facebook page


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