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Toronto Restaurant Openings: True True, Coffee Island, Wong's Ice Cream, Elchi Chai

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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  • True True has opened a second location at 456 Queen St. W. (at Augusta), and in addition to pizza, it's offering panini.
  • Known as the Starbucks of Greece, cafe chain Coffee Island now has a Toronto location at 925 Bay St. (at Wellesley).
  • Wong’s Ice Cream opened its shop featuring Asian-themed ice cream and treats yesterday at 617 Gerrard St. E. in East Chinatown.
  • Elchi Chai Shop is now open at 130 Harbord St., serving up chai and freshly made parothas.
  • "Sustainable living on the go" is the motto of the newly opened Canary & Fox Micro Market at 778 Annette St. (at Jane) in Baby Point.
  • Pi Co opens its second location at 2177 Yonge St. (just south of Eglinton) today and is giving away free Margherita pizza.
  • Zelden’s Deli and Desserts has replaced Easy Catch Fish and Chips at 1446 Yonge (at St. Clair).
  • Rikkochez is now serving up Levantine and Eastern Mediterranean food at 341 Danforth Ave. in Greektown.
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  • Noodleholic at Dundas & Roncesvalles closed on June 10.
  • Wonder Chicken didn't last long and has been replaced with something called Apron Brunch Cafe at 96 Harbord St.

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

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Jesse Milns at True True


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