A popular Mediterranean restaurant is back in business in the downtown core. Myth has officially reopened its doors after shutting down for several months due to a fire.

The King West destination announced its return on social media earlier this month and has unveiled a fresh array of authentic Greek dishes and cocktails to celebrate its relaunch.

There are so many new options to try from the land, the sea, the garden, and beyond.

Treat yourself to the melt-in-your-mouth Moskari Kebab, take your tastebuds on a trip to the coast with the Tsipoura wild red sea bream carpaccio, and indulge in the Astakomakaronada lobster-infused pasta.

Your experience would not be complete without a cocktail, and luckily, there are two new ones to try — the Breakfast in Mykonos and Medusa’s Margarita.

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Photos via Ting Lei Myth

While the outdoor patio is still coming together, the dreamy indoor dining room is now open and busy as ever.

The fire at Myth occurred back in February, and the restaurant worked tirelessly through the winter and spring in order to reopen for the summertime.

“As we eagerly reopen our doors, we are delighted to welcome back our cherished guests and invite them to once again experience our traditions and values,” said Myth in their reopening announcement.

“Myth is your home away from home, where you can truly immerse yourself in the spirit of Greece.”

Skip the plane ticket — book your reservation to this special Mediterranean paradise right here.


Where: 522 King Street West, Toronto