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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Bombay Roti, Morellina's, Mr. Flamingo, Black Lab Brewing

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  • Dog-friendly craft brewery Black Lab Brewing has officially opened at 818 Eastern Avenue in Leslieville.
  • 7Baker, an "innovative Euro-Asian bakery," is now open at 3 Wellesley Street West (at Yonge) with another location on the way at the Richmond-Adelaide Centre in the Financial District.
  • Mr. Flamingo has reopened as an all-day spot with Cut Coffee, beer and wine, sharing a space with record shop Invisible City's new location at 1265 Dundas Street West (at Brock Avenue).
  • Bombay Roti has taken over the space last occupied by Rancho Relaxo To Go (and Big Fat Burrito before that) at Lee's Palace at 529 Bloor Street West in the Annex.
  • Fast-casual Indian curry joint Miya Bhai opens today, in what was formerly The Tiffin Box space at 938 Bathurst Street (at Follis Avenue) in Seaton Village.
  • Morellina's, a cafe that also offers Italian-style catering and take-home dinners (think lasagne) is now open at 146 Christie Street (at Pendrith Street) by Christie Pits.
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