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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Cru, Aviator, Kupfert & Kim

Toronto Restaurant Openings highlights the latest restaurant openings and closings in Toronto and also gives a preview of what's coming soon. Find us here every Thursday morning.

Open now
  • Cru has opened in the Financial District.
  • Aviator is now open on Danforth East.
  • Awas now serves tea and noodles in Chinatown.
  • Cafe 23 is now open at 728 Queen Street West.
  • Allin Mikuna now offers vegan, vegetarian, keto and gluten-free options at 244 Brown's Line in Etobicoke.
  • Kupfert and Kim have opened another Toronto location in Yorkville.
  • Loft Cafe inside newly opened Loft Cycle Club at Danforth and Chester now serves smoothies and snacks.
  • A spot for Korean called Varsity has replaced Tacos Baos in Bloorcourt, serving Japanese and Korean food.
  • Tara Viet Grill has opened in Thornhill.
  • KF Tea now has a Toronto location at Pacific Mall.
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Opening soon
  • Allwyn's will soon be opening a downtown location at Queen and Spadina. 
  • Chinese tea bakery chain Feng Cha is opening on Highway 7 on March 16.
  • Moto VIA from the same people behind Motorino should eventually be doing wood burning pizza at Avenue and Melrose.
  • A new location of Stelvio will be opening this spring at 791 Dundas West.
  • Yunshang Rice Noodle is having the grand opening of their North York Store at 5285 Yonge on March 15.
  • Animal Liberation Kitchen should be opening a brick and mortar soon, somewhere around Riverside.
  • Bacan will be serving Argentinian food sometime this spring in Roncesvalles.
  • Shook Israeli Kitchen will be coming to 77 Portland this spring.
  • The Gym Pub is replacing Pipers Pub at 782 St. Clair West.
  • Vancouver pub Score is bringing its wild caesars to the old Copetin space at 107 King East this May.
Closed
  • Sweet A La Mode in the Stockyards area is permanently closed.
  • Omaw on Ossington is now closed.
Other news
  • FK on St. Clair West is now serving brunch.
  • Noce is relaunching their more intimate space on the eastern side of the restaurant as Bar Noce around the end of the month.
Lead photo by

Jesse Milns at Kupfert & Kim


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