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7 new restaurants to try in Toronto this weekend

New restaurants in Toronto offer us new sources for chicken, sandwiches and other food that's easy to grab on the go, as well as destinations for drinking cocktails in the evening.

Here are some hot new restaurants to try in Toronto this weekend.

Union Station Foodie Aisle

Union Station just keeps getting better, and the latest addition to the continually revamped transit hub is a whole slew of great new restaurants just waiting to be checked out.

Daddy's Chicken

Chicken lovers have a new place to head for their favourite food in the form of this Leslieville restaurant opening up this weekend.

Belly Buster Submarines College

This sub shop has been around for decades, but they're just getting started: they recently opened a new location in Little Italy serving their super stacked sandwiches.

Junction Indian Street Foods

Etobicoke just got more Indian food with the recent opening of a new location of this restaurant, which has origins in Brampton. They're known for their pav bhaji.

Anejo Don Mills

Hungry mall-goers can now grab a taco at this new addition to CF Don Mills, fans of the boozy King West location will be glad to know.

Chicken n' Dough

This restaurant serving wings, sandwiches and poutine has opened locations in Ajax and Mississauga, but now they have a presence in Toronto's downtown in the Dundas West area on Bathurst.

Lead photo by

Jack Landau

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