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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Ooshee Oven, Cocoon Coffee, Les Epicureans, Topol Sandwich

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.

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  • Ooshee Mediterranean Oven is now making Lebanese Ooshee bread at 9 Charles Street.
  • Independent coffee shop Cocoon Coffee is now open at 855 Wilson Ave.
  • Les Epicuriens is now serving dipped soft serve at 2109 Yonge Street.
  • A pop-up called Savor is now serving brunch out of Depanneur on College every weekend.
  • Big Bruce Public House at 1963 Queen Street East officially opens today.
  • Rock'N Deli is now serving smoked meat sandwiches at CF Don Mills at 32 Clock Tower Road. They've also announced they'll be opening a location at 2575 St. Clair Avenue West.
  • Topol Sandwich is now serving hearty halal sandwiches in Richmond Hill.
  • Mama Fatma Turkish Cuisine is now doing pide and pasta on Weston in Vaughan.
  • AiTaiker is now serving Taiwanese fried chicken in Thornhill.
  • You can now get ice cream and coffee at new home goods store Wyrth at 98 Orfus Road.
  • Mooring Eats is now serving Syrian food in Mimico.
  • You can now get North-Carolina-style BBQ from a parking lot at Queen and Parliament.
  • Uai Pizzeria is now serving Brazilian-style pizza on St. Clair West.
  • Charminar is dishing out South Indian cuisine in Scarborough.
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  • Cava is moving from their Yonge and St. Clair location to a new Financial District spot.
  • Aviv is actually closing down their Dupont location in anticipation of moving to their new St. Clair West spot.
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