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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Estia, Public Park Coffee, Lao Thai, Birch Bistro, Skippa

Toronto restaurant openings highlights the latest restaurant openings in Toronto and also gives a preview of what's coming soon. Find us here every Thursday morning.

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  • Estia, a Mediterranean-inspired restaurant, has replaced NAO Steakhouse at 99 Avenue Rd. in Yorkville.
  • Public Park Coffee, a minimalist coffee space, has opened behind clothing shop Livsstil at 445 Adelaide St. W.
  • Kung Fu Tea, a Taiwanese bubble tea shop that used to have a location at Dundas & University, has made a new debut at 264 Spadina Ave (at Dundas St. W.) in Chinatown.
  • Yunnan spot Origination Noodle House now has a second location, which can be found in Scarborough at 633 Silver Star Blvd.
  • Lao Thai Restaurant has opened at 4 Gladstone Ave. at West Queen West.
  • Birch Bistro is now serving up French fare in the space that previously belonged to Bar Mar (and Celestin before that) at 623 Mount Pleasant Rd. in midtown.
  • Silo13, a "freestyle cereal cafe" with globally sourced cereal and locally sourced toppings, is currently in soft opening at 4750 Yonge St. in North York.
  • Vietnam Lovely Noodle has replaced Flaming Bull at 378 Bloor St. W. in the Annex.
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Opening soon
  • Skippa, a Japanese-inspired restaurant set to open in June, will be replacing the shuttered Roxton at 379 Harbord St. by Ossington.
  • Sugar Loaf Bakery is aiming to open a second location in August, this time in Leslieville, at the corner of Gerrard & Jones where a Starbucks once stood.
  • Potbelly Sandwich's third location in the city should be opening soon at the Sheppard Centre in North York.

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

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez at Sugar Loaf Bakery


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