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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Daisy, Puffs Pastes, Jester's, Tamasha Social, Hiwa

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
  • Puffs Pastes now has a storefront serving Mexican empanadas on St. Clair West.
  • Indian resto bar Tamasha Social has opened at 1835 Yonge Street.
  • Japanese restaurant Hiwa has replaced Kushimaru at 64 Edward Street, with a menu of $12 all-day specials.
  • Chinese brand Kung Fu Chicken is now serving chicken feet at 15 Northtown Way.
  • Boba Boy has officially opened at Broadview and Gerrard.
  • Chain Potatopia now has a location serving their potato-based creations at the Yonge Sheppard Centre food court.
  • Boutique grocery store Mason's Fine Foods is now open at 692 Mount Pleasant Road.
  • Jester's gastropub has opened its doors at 1107 Lorne Park Road in Mississauga.
  • Grillies has opened two other locations at 1560 Bayview Avenue and 149 Dundas Street East.
  • Daisy has replaced Rush Lane at 563 Queen St West.
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Opening soon
  • Chat Bar's new location at 5312 Yonge is giving away free platters of grilled chuan'r and oysters for their grand opening tomorrow.
  • French "neo-bistro" Lapinou is set to open at 642 King Street West in October.
Other news
  • Healthy gourmet popcorn company Cons & Kernels is opening a pop up at 363 Bremner Boulevard.
  • The Combine has "rebooted" at 162 Danforth Avenue.
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