As we near the end of January, a number of new dining options await you.
And this week, there’s a bit of everything.
Here’s the very latest:
1189 Dundas St. E.
Feel like brunch but don’t want to wait for the weekend? Dig into dishes such as a Turkey Waffle ($13) and Cinnamon Honey Oatmeal ($11) on weekdays and Saturdays. Lunch items are also available.
Cock-A-Doodle-Doo Gluten-Free Bakeshop
830 Bloor St. W.
Going gluten-free this year? This new bakery near Christie has got you covered.
97 Harbord St.
The new spot is set to softly open this Tuesday.
The second location for Chef Cory Vitiello's awesome creations will offer seating (woo woo!) and an extended menu, so you can enjoy some of the best, juiciest chicken in the city in complete comfort. Swoon.
I’ll have a closer look for you soon.
1433 Gerrard St. E.
The newest addition to Gerrard India Bazaar is now open. Menu items include everything from chop sueys and chow meins to Manchurian specialties.
Mmm… stay tuned.
325 Central Parkway W.
Ooh, Syrian fare in a resplendent setting? Yes please.
And let’s hope this becomes a trend.
2409 Yonge St.
#Healthgoals just got a little easier for those up at Yonge & Eglinton, thanks to Village Juicery’s newest location complete with raw, 100% organic, cold-pressed juices, nut milks and more.
Hero Burgers at Queen and Spadina shuttered due to their lease expiring.
Sully’s Sandwiches on Gerrard is all papered up.
Head to Niagara this weekend for the Niagara Icewine Festival with over 20 icewines and sparkling wines to enjoy, all paired with savoury nibbles and bites.
Starting this Monday, you’ve got one week to try limited-time poutines for La Poutine Week.
This month, beer columnist Anna Fischer offers fab events to get us through the cold.
Journey to the streets of India in this week’s Reveal of Indian Street Food Co.
Eating healthy doesn’t have to be a bore. Chef Corbin shows us the way in this month’s column.
In this week’s Reveal, we head to The Peasant Table in Leslieville for Italian peasant fare with a twist.