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Toronto Restaurant Openings: The Little Jerry, Elayna's Joint, The Cat's Cradle, Xango, Babel

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 
  • Parkdale French restaurant Chantecler now has a Boucherie next door selling cuts of meat, terrines and more. 
  • The Little Jerry is now open and hosting DJ nights at 418 College.
  • Yet another Tibetan spot is now open in Parkdale, called Songtsen.
  • Elayna's Joint is now serving sandwiches and tequila limeade at 16 Dupont.
  • Sports bar The Cat's Cradle has opened on St. Clair West.
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Opening soon
  • Firehouse Subs is opening in the Stockyards on July 14.
  • Daango Cake Lab is partnering up with bubble tea shop Labothery to open a PATH location on July 15.
  • A location of Toronto Popcorn Company will be open at 1948 Queen Street East later this summer. 
  • Blue Cloud Cafe hopes to open at 1934 Queen Street East in time for Beaches Jazz Fest. 
  • Big Bruce Public House is coming soon to 1963 Queen Street East, along with The Cut live music space upstairs.
  • A concept from Liberty Group and Claudio Aprile called Xango should be opening this summer at 461 King West.
  • Oliver & Bonacini is going to be opening Mediterranean restaurant Babel at Unit 19 of 305 York Mills Road.
Other news
  • Maha's is open once again for Egyptian brunch in Little India after a temporary closure.
  • Isabella's Boutique Restaurant is moving to a larger space at 2066 Queen Street East in mid-July.
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Jesse Milns


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