Open/Closed for week of June 30 – July 6
Toronto’s restaurant scene is jumping! Not only do we have amazing new openings to tell you about, Summerlicious launches today. To help you decide between 200 restaurants, we’ve got an entire guide devoted to it, as well as our picks for top 5 places!
World Cup continues to capture our attention. Check out our full guide of places to watch the game.
And if you haven’t already, visit the newly renovated Market Street, next to the St. Lawrence Market. Read more about Toronto’s new dining destination.
Okay, now let’s get you up-to-date on what’s just opened:
1164 Dundas St. W.
Late night snacks and drinks that won’t break the bank, all in one of the city’s coolest ‘hoods? Expect this place to do gangbusters.
Little Sister Indonesian Food Bar
2031 Yonge St.
Quince Bistro owners (and if you’re old enough to remember, Stork on the Roof!) Jennifer Gittins and Michael van den Winkel entice diners again, this time with Indonesian small plates. Swoon.
318 Spadina Ave.
The Banh Mi Boys opened their new bao place on Wednesday. No doubt these sammies will be just as lusted after as their first ones.
291 King St. W.
Opening on King at Blue Jays Way(location, location, location), Pearl King offers “dim sum, tapas, and drinks.” Uh, you had us at dim sum.
Braised Restaurant & Bar
896 Queen St. E.
Sam Scanga, owner of Lolita’s Lust, has created a stunning space on Queen East that opens today. Focusing on local and seasonal products and “raised and braised” dishes, they’ll be open for lunch and dinner and come mid-July, weekend brunches.
831 Bay St.
This is the first location in Toronto for the UAE falafel chain. And probably not the last.
And in other news:
daishÅ introduces its patio, available for lunch, dinner or drinks. Note: Seating on the patio is available on a first-come, first serve basis at lunch (Monday - Friday) and dinner (everyday).
You voted Glas Wine Bar the Best Vegetarian Restaurant last year (FYI, they serve meat as well), but have you been recently? There are new dinner and Sunday brunch menus to tuck into, the restaurant is now available for private events, and just announced - pop-up dinners are happening soon! Stay tuned for details.
E11even is now serving Sunday brunch, with all items under $20.
Michael’s on Simcoe is now open on Sundays.
Know of a place that’s about to open or just closed? Let us know at email@example.com.
p.s. We'll be at PintxosTO on Sunday! See you there?
p.p.s. And be sure to start voting for your favourite Toronto restaurants. This is where you get to say where the best places are in the city!