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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Sakai Bar, Jessy's Pizza, Wu Jian Dao, Chakula Hut, Apres

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  • Sakai Bar, a sake bar serving up tsukemono (pickles), izakaya classics like katsu sando and gyoza plus other small dishes, is now open at 1576 Dundas Street West in Brockton Village.
  • Jessy’s Pizza, an East Coast chain from Nova Scotia that slings Halifax Donairs in addition to pizza, has opened its first Toronto location at 2200 Dundas Street West (at Roncesvalles).
  • Cozy Coffee Co. is now sharing a space with Daily Press Juicery at 200 Queen Street West (at St. Patrick).
  • Hopscotch has opened a new location at CityPlace (113 Fort York Boulevard).
  • Dunn's Express opened this week at 1770 Danforth Avenue in East Danforth.
  • Sorelle and Co. now have a new location at 1185 The Queensway in Etobicoke.
  • Chakula Hut, a family-owned and operated spot serving a "fusion of flavours from East Africa and India," has replaced what was formerly Masala Kitchen at 1871 O'Connor Drive in East York.
  • Wu Jian Dao, a Shanghainese restaurant from China, has opened its first Toronto location at 2190 McNicoll Avenue in Scarborough, with its downtown location at Bay and Wellesley to follow soon.
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