Toronto’s ever-growing restaurant scene has some new players! Foodies are about to be delighted by new flavours, culinary creations, and dining experiences here in the city. If you’ve got an affinity for everything new and exciting, you’ll want to check out these incredible new restaurants in Toronto this July.

Check out this list of fantastic new dining destinations now open around the city and start crossing them off your list!



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 A new all-day rooftop hangout is coming to Toronto. Soluna will be a bohemian oasis in the heart of Queen St West when it opens on July 6, with dreamy decor, a laid-back atmosphere, and an open-air terrace with sunset views.

Soluna is decked out in lush greens, as well as cacti, and the space is meant to sweep you away to an almost ‘staycation’ like experience. It’s meant to provide a “day-to-night” experience that delights all of your senses, with a share-style menu inspired by the coastal flavours of Latin America, South East Asia, and the Mediterranean.

Where: 314 Queen St West

Bar Coneja


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When it comes to summer in Toronto, there just aren’t enough patios to visit. That’s why we love any new addition to patio spaces around the city, including this one! Bar Coneja is officially open for business, and it is “a backyard barbecue concept that will whisk you away to 1970’s Southwest America.” The Distrikt 461 restaurant has an outdoor woodfire grill and patio-only seating, and it will only be open for the summer. Expect a retro summer escape with a full kitchen located outside on the patio.

Where: 461 King St West

Le Sélect Bistro


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 After a very very long closure, Toronto’s beloved Parisian-style restaurant, Le Sélect Bistro, has reopened its doors. The restaurant is being reopened by renowned restaurateur David Aisenstat who has long loved the authentic legacy of the celebrated, traditional French bistro.

For fans of this spot, Le Sélect’s menus are staying true to the original menu featuring classic bistro fare like escargots de Bourgogne, coquielle st-jacques, cassoulet, and moules frites. It also continues to have an extensive wine list, with over 1200 bottles from vintage labels to Beaujolais.

Where: 432 Wellington St W

The Kettle


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 A new spot has opened on Queen Street West in Toronto, and it offers Halal brunch. The Kettle, a new Indian fusion restaurant, is open 7 days a week and it’s located right by Trinity Bellwoods Park.

According to the restaurant’s website, The Kettle is owned by friends who wanted to create “modern Indian Fusion cuisine matched with Canadian.” They add that it is the first “upscale” fusion restaurant with flavours of India in “a Canadian way.”

Where: 685 Queen Street West

Wingstop Toronto

 Attention, wing enthusiasts! The chicken wing chain that has taken the U.S. by storm has finally arrived in Canada, with the first of many locations now open on Bloor West in Toronto.

Wingstop is known for its classic and boneless wings and crispy tenders, always cooked-to-order and hand sauced-and-tossed in fans’ choice of the brand’s 12 signature flavours, including sweet, savoury, and spicy varieties.

Where: 2218 Bloor St W