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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Sara, Rudy, Mantra, Myato, Peacock Public House

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  • Sara, a sister restaurant to Rasa from The Food Dudes that has Japanese influences, is now open at 98 Portland Street (at Adelaide Street West).
  • Quality burger joint Rudy now has a second location, at 69 Duncan Street (just south of Queen West), that opened just in time for Nuit Blanche last weekend.
  • My Roti Place also has a second location now, this one at 901 King Street West (by Strachan Avenue).
  • The Peacock Public House, a sister pub to the Queen and Beaver, is now open in the space that was briefly Mad Crush Wine Bar at 582 College Street in Little Italy.
  • Myato Gastropub, a Korean fusion restaurant, has soft opened at 549 Bloor Street West in the Annex.
  • Cafe Old Town Bodega is now open at 402 King Street East in Corktown.
  • The Mt Pleasant Rose, a music venue and pub, has made its debut at 744 Mount Pleasant Road (just south of Eglinton Avenue East) in Davisville.
  • Mantra, an Indian restaurant that also serves butter chicken bao and pulled jackfruit tacos, has opened at the CF Shops at Don Mills at 2 O'Neill Road.
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Hector Vasquez at Rudy


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