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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Big Trouble, Milkcow, Koishi Ice Cream, Planta Sweets

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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  • Big Trouble (not to be confused with Big Trouble Pizza nearby), a bar with Asian-inspired cocktails, is in its soft-open phase and will have its grand opening tomorrow (Friday, July 6) at 460 Dundas Street West, 2nd floor.
  • Mukimuki, a Japanese-style dessert and coffee shop, is now open at 384 College Street (at Borden Street).
  • Drom Taberna, an Eastern European spot, has replaced Tortilla Flats at 458 Queen Street West (at Augusta Avenue).
  • South Korean soft-serve dessert chain Milkcow has opened at 2651 Yonge Street (at Blythwood Road, between Eglinton and Lawrence).
  • Board game cafe Spielhaus is now open, with a selection of over 2,500 games, at 1187 St. Clair Avenue West (by Dufferin) in Corso Italia.
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  • Planta will be launching Planta Sweets tomorrow. This dessert shop pop-up by Chef David Lee opens at noon at 1221 Bay Street in Yorkville and will feature raw, edible plant-based cookie dough, which will also be available at Planta Burger.
  • Portuguese butcher shop Nosso Talho on Dundas West has closed and will undergo renovations due to a fire on July 2. Its sibling shop in Bloorcourt is still open.
  • Banjara by Christie Pits has recovered quickly from its second fire this year and has already reopened.

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

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