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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Gatsby, District 34, Fishinn, MIA Brunch Bar, Lims, Descendant

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
  • Fishinn is now serving sustainably-sourced seafood at 2392 Bloor Street West.
  • Bagel Time has a new location at 2457 Bloor Street West.
  • MIA Brunch Bar is now open at 2140 Yonge Street.
  • South Korean fried chicken franchise Lims has opened at 623 Bloor Street West.
  • Mediterranean and Atlantic seafood restaurant District 34 has opened at 516 Danforth.
  • Bone Soup Malatang now has two locations in Toronto at 5320 Yonge Street and 522 Yonge Street.
  • Dine & Dim has taken over where Pearl Court Restaurant used to be in East Chinatown.
  • Toronto's first duelling piano bar, Gatsby, has opened at 82 Bathurst Street.
  • Masala Guys is now serving butter chicken and momos at Annex Food Hall.
  • Real Empanada Corporation now serves gluten-free Colombian empanadas at 825 Dundas Street West.
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Opening soon
  • Detroit-style pizza joint Descendant will be opening a second location on Dundas West.
  • Al Jazeera Arabian Lounge will soon be serving up "non-alcoholic Arabian desert vibes" on the Danforth between Donlands and Greenwood.
  • Sharman's Proper Pies is opening a shop front on the Danforth.
  • A bar called Decoy looks to be opening soon in Corktown.
Lead photo by

Joshua Chong at Descendant


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