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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Veggie Crush, Fourth Man in the Fire, Mascot on King

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.

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  • The same people behind some of Toronto's most popular eateries (Khao San Road and Paris Paris, for example) have opened a 70s-inspired restaurant called Favorites Thai BBQ on Ossington.
  • Sam James Coffee has made a return to Lower Ossington with a new spot in the same space as Favorites.
  • Queens Quay has a new restaurant for South Indian food called My Dosa Place.
  • The same team behind Brooklynn and Nightowl have just opened a B&B-meets-vegan snack bar in Leslieville called Hotel Delilah.
  • Bamburgh Circle now has a Japanese fish market to buy sushi trays and poke bowls with Oo-Kinza.
  • Veggie Crush is serving ice cream and healthy juices from a tiny new store by Queen and Spadina. 
  • Celeb chef Lynn Crawford has opened Hearth Market Kitchen in Pearson Airport.
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  • The vegan staple Vegetarian Haven has closed after 15 years in Baldwin Village.
Other news
  • You have until August 31 to visit Julie’s Cuban before it closes at the end of the month.
  • Bar Isabel is now selling housemade bread from the front window of their Little Italy store on Saturdays from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Cafe Frappe on the Danforth has re-opened after a months-long hiatus.
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Jesse Milns at Mascot Brewery


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