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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Palgong Tea, Mugi, Lourdes, Par-Tee Putt, TSR Snack Bar

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
  • The King West outpost of Ascari is now open.
  • The bar/bakery component of Reign as well as Clockwork bar are now both officially open at the Fairmont Royal York.
  • Mugi is now serving Thai food at Bathurst and Bloor.
  • Palgong Tea is now open at 330 Steeles West and at 15 Mill Street in the Distillery District.
  • A coffee shop called Lourdes is now open at Davenport and Symington.
  • Bombay Roti now has a second location at 1404 Yonge Street.
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Opening soon
  • Maiz Arepa Bar is opening where Arepa Cafe used to be on Queen West on June 24, the fourth location for the brand.
  • Par-Tee Putt is opening at 26 Duncan in late June.
  • Roselle has officially announced that their second location will be at Queen and Dovercourt, and should be opening sometime in July.
Closed
Other news
  • Cafe Con Leche in the Junction Triangle is changing owners.
  • The ground floor of The Shozan Room on Ossington has been dubbed TSR Snack Bar. They’re giving away free ramen on June 21 and 22.
  • Temporary pop-up Bar Aperol will be open at 1030 Queen West from July 4th to July 28th.
  • Woodfire Cone (formerly Woodfire Sandwiches) is now officially called The Loop Creamery.
  • Mercado Negro now has a patio with a colourful umbrella canopy.
Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez at Bombay Roti


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