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Toronto Restaurant Openings: La Banane, El Local Loco, Argyle Street Grill, Charidise

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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  • Brandon Olsen's French resto La Banane is set to open on January 3 at 227 Ossington Ave.
  • Japanhako, a new sushi spot in Koreatown, should be opening soon at 712 Bloor St. W.
  • Rosie's Eatery, a gluten-free and vegan cafe, will be opening in March at 1726 Avenue Rd. in North York.
  • Argyle Street Grill looks to be opening sometime next year at 1161 Dundas St. W. in the old Cooper Cole gallery space.
  • Piccadilly Delicatessen is moving into what was previously Absolute Bakery at 547 Danforth Ave.
  • Taiwanese cafe Charidise seems set to open any day now at 27 Baldwin St. in what was formerly John's Italian Caffe.
  • Petite Shell, presumably a transplant kosher cafe from NYC that specializes in a variety of sweet and savoury rugelach, will be opening soon at Yorkville Village (formerly Hazelton Lanes) on Avenue Rd.
  • Cake and pastry design boutique Staij & Co. will be opening at 552 Parliament St. come 2017.
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  • Oh Boy! Burger at 296 Gerrard St. E. in Cabbagetown has shuttered and will be replaced by a new joint called Tasty Pita.
  • Bocca at 26 Baldwin Ave. is no more.

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

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