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7 notable Toronto businesses that closed in November

The notable businesses that closed in Toronto in November leave a gaping hole in the city's late-night burrito scene. A few long-standing establishments shut down as well as some newcomers that weren't able to catch their sea legs.

Here are 7 notable Toronto businesses that closed in November.

Let’s Be Frank

Let's Be Frank, the fancy hot dog purveyor on Spadina, closed down its storefront quite suddenly this past month.

An Sibin Pub

The sprawling Irish An Sibin Pub in Riverside was a great place to grab a drink before catching a show at the Opera House. Now you'll have to go elsewhere for a pint of Guinness.

Famous Laffa

Famous Laffa's Promenade Mall location didn't last too long. This kosher eatery in near the shoppping centre's food court recently shut down.

P&L Burger

You can still grab P&L Burger via foodora and UberEAT. Its Queen Street West restaurant, however, has shut down.

Boil King

Boil King doesn't look like it ever got its sea legs because it opened and closed quite quickly. But don't fret, there are plenty of other seafood boil restaurants in the city.

Coco Lezzone

Coco Lezzone first opened in 1994 and this Italian restaurant moved to Yorkville a few years back. Now, after 22 years in the city, it's closed.

Almighty Bao

This restaurant inside Churchill Bar served its last bao on Thursday night (technically December 1 but I'll let that slide) announcing on Instagram that it was time for them to move on.

Lead photo by

Jesse Milns


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