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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Azkadenya, Holy Perogy, Chi Dim Sum, Gazo, Dasha, Buono

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
  • Holy Perogy is now soft open and serving outrageously topped Polish dumplings at 777 The Queensway.
  • Gone for a while, The Diner's Corner has reopened to serve their Jamaican eats at 714 Yonge.
  • Good Neighbour is officially serving espresso in their new Dovercourt location in the old Luna Cafe space.
  • Gazo is now serving souffle pancakes and nitrogen ice cream at Yonge and Bloor.
  • Chi Dim Sum is now serving classic Chinese at Yonge and Eglinton.
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Opening soon
  • The Annex Hotel is launching Annex Wine Bar with a new chef and new menu of sharing plates and organic wines in early July.
  • A location of Boba Boy will soon be serving bubble teas at Broadview and Gerrard.
  • The people behind Stelvio will be opening Buono on Queen West this summer.
  • Chef Akira Back is opening a new project called Dasha this summer at 620 King West.
  • Middle Eastern chain Azkadenya is opening a location on Queen near Osgoode station.
Closed
Other news
  • The new Awai project at Yonge and Bloor has officially been dubbed Avelo.
  • Those who have been missing Caplansky’s sandwiches can now officially get them in Section 209 at the Rogers Centre, mustard and all.
Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez at Stelvio


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