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  • Brunswick Bierworks, a collective of brewery partners, officially opened its taproom to the public yesterday at 25 Curity Ave. in East York.
  • High5, a cafe from The Fifth Inc. (Cabin FiveFifth GrillThe Fifth Social Club,The Fifth Pubhouse) has soft opened in the lower level of 221 Richmond St. W. (at Duncan).
  • Parallel, a Middle Eastern and Mediterranean restaurant, is now open at 217 Geary Ave. (just east of Dufferin).
  • Plancha, an "educated street food" restaurant influenced by the Mediterranean flavours of Portugal, Spain, Cyprus, Israel and Egypt, has opened at 44 Victoria St. (at Adelaide).
  • Creeds Coffee Bar now has a second location that can be found at 1595 Bayview Ave. in Leaside.
  • Sushi Mori is serving up a "taste of Japan" at 30 Eglinton Ave. E.
  • Butter Chick, with everything butter chicken, has opened inside the Yonge Sheppard Centre food court.
  • Fearless Meat, a "neighbourhood burger joint with quality hamburgers, brisket and peameal sandwiches," is now open at 884 Kingston Rd. in the Upper Beaches.
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  • Bloorcourt bar Disgraceland’s menu is now 100% plant-based/vegan.

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