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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Don Alfonso 1890, Sapori, The Fortunate Fox

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

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  • The Fortunate Fox, a pub underneath the Kimpton Saint George hotel, is now open at 280 Bloor Street West in the Annex.
  • Sapori is serving up internationally influenced comfort food and charcuterie boards along with biodynamic wine, local craft beer and unique cocktails at 1588 Dundas Street West in Brockton Village.
  • Fargo’s Snack Bar, a "hip-hop themed eatery," has opened at 772 College Street (at Shaw Street) in Little Italy.
  • Don Alfonso 1890 from Michelin Star-chef Ernesto Iaccarino is now open in the historic Consumers' Gas Building at 19 Toronto Street (just south of Adelaide) downtown.
  • Vancouver's healthy eats mini-chain Tractor Foods opened its first Toronto location yesterday at 151 Yonge Street (at Richmond).
  • David Duncan House has reopened at 125 Moatfield Drive in North York.
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  • Chin Chin Street Side Kitchen, a fast-casual Chinese spin-off of LA's Chin Chin, is coming to Toronto at 363 Bremner Boulevard near the Rogers Centre.
  • Fresh City Farms is opening a location at the 109 Oz retail spaces at 109 Ossington Avenue (between Argyle and Humbert).
  • Alexandros will be opening another location at 377 Church Street (at Granby).
  • Cuppa Tea, a global chain will be taking over the former Jule space at 20 Carlton Street.
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