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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Grey Gardens, Starving Artist, Bob Coffee Bar

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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  • Brunch spot Starving Artist looks to be opening a new location at 505 Mount Pleasant Rd. near Yonge & Eglinton soon. Mmm...waffles.
  • Gare de l'Est Brasserie will be opening this spring as part of the new Streetcar Crowsnest theatre at the corner of Dundas & Carlaw in Leslieville.
  • Bob Coffee Bar, a late-night coffee shop from the owners of Lil' Baci, is opening next week at 440 Christie St. in Davenport Village.
  • The Poet, a Middle Eastern cafe and tapas spot at 173 King St. E. (by Jarvis), appears to be opening soon.
  • South Korean chain Cafe de Paris will be opening a second location in the city, this time at Yonge & Sheppard in North York, later this month.
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  • After 15 years, Mexitaco has shuttered in Bloorcourt, and will be moving to 1109 Victoria Park Ave. (at St. Clair Ave. E.) in Scarborough, with plans to open at the new location by the end of the month.
  • Tex-Mex diner Coyote Willie in Riverside is also no more, after 28 years in business.

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Lead photo by

Jesse Milns at Starving Artist


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