seven lives toronto

Two of Toronto's most popular restaurants are joining forces

Toronto's taco market is certainly saturated, but that doesn't stop crowds from lining up outside the pint-sized Seven Lives in Kensington Market. But soon, you'll be able to get your Gobernador fix at another popular restaurant destination.

Seven Lives is teaming up with Kinton Ramen for a pop-up in the second floor Kintori Yakitori space at 668 Bloor St. W.

While there are a few Japanese-inspired flavours on the menu, many of the dishes are quite similar to those available at the original Kensington Market location.

A post shared by KINTON RAMEN (@kintonramen) on

Along with tacos, this Seven Lives will serve alcohol. Expect cocktails like lychee margaritas and micheladas as well as tequila and mezcal.

The pop-up will be open on Fridays and Saturdays starting March 3.

Lead photo by

Jesse Milns at Seven Lives


Latest Videos



Latest Videos


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in Eat & Drink

Ontario restaurant has people obsessing over its fried chicken

Toronto has a new street food market in a surprising location

Thousands of people want to boycott Loblaws stores 'indefinitely'

One of the most anticipated Toronto restaurants of the year is now open

Toronto cafe is closing after 12 years

New food hall in Toronto with over 50 vendors opens this month

Loblaws finally agrees to sign Canada's Grocery Code of Conduct

Toronto restaurant that enforced a no-tipping policy is shutting down