April showers bring… new restaurants and bars to explore in Toronto. There are new eats, drinks, and experiences to enjoy in the city and they’re ready to serve you with their best menu items. We’ve compiled a list of new restaurants and bars in Toronto and believe us, you’ll want to try them all.

Whether you’re looking for authentic cuisines or looking for your new go-to spot for light bites and drinks, we’ve got a list for you. These new Toronto restaurants can’t be missed!

Here are a few new restaurants and bars to try in Toronto, this April:

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Pigeon Cafe


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If you’ve had brunch at the Pigeon Cafe then you’ll love a coffee date at their second spot inside Toronto’s Brookfield Place. Grab one of their delicious pastries, paired with “the world’s worst coffee.”

Where: 181 Bay St C280 & C290

Café Renée

“Cafe Renée is a lively and social brasserie, with outdoor seating in our back Garden. Renée boasts a well rounded selection of old and new world wines, champagnes, and a large cocktail menu,” shares its website. Expect a French/Italian menu with a focus on French-inspired pastas.

Stop by for weekend brunch, a martini happy hour, and a late-night menu.

When: Monday, Tuesday and Sunday from 5 PM to 12 AM, Wednesday from 5 PM to 1 AM, Thursday to Saturday from 5 PM to 2 AM
Where: 100 Portland St

Blomboon Restaurant & Bar

Eat local and taste global at Blomboon Restaurant & Bar. Enjoy a hearty meal whether it’s for lunch or dinner!

When: Monday to Thursday from 12 PM to 9 PM, Friday and Saturday from 12 PM to 9:30 PM, closed Sundays
550 Queens Quay W

Muay Thai Restaurant and Bar

The menu at Muay Thai Restaurant and Bar is a symphony of flavors, featuring signature dishes like the Crispy Miang Kham, Crispy Catfish Flake Salad, Thai Street Pad Thai Shrimps & Hoy Tod, and the hero item, Vancouver Crab Fried Rice.

These mouthwatering creations pay homage to the robust and diverse tapestry of Thai cuisine.

Complementing the delectable dishes are an array of thoughtfully crafted drinks. Explore the wonderful flavours of the zesty Knock Out Punch, fiery Spicy Boxer, and the elegant Thai Tea Martini.

When: Every day from 11 AM to 11 PM
325 Queen Street W


While the Hilton Toronto is a classic hotel in the city, its interior had a glow up recently, and that included the introduction of its new Parisian-inspired lobby bar, Frenchy.

The eye-catching oval-shaped bar may be the first thing you see as you walk in, but to the left is a full renovated space offering a lounge and dining areas. Frenchy also has a private dining room, for those special occasions or meetings in the city.

French’s menu offers several options including a lunch, midday menu, dinner, and a late night menu. For Happy Hour enthusiasts, you can certainly add this spot on your list, as Happy Hour here runs daily from 2 PM to 5 PM.

When: Every day from 6:30 AM to 1 AM
 145 Richmond St W.

La Plume

Serving up Southern French fare, La Plume was set to open at The Well in March however its website now says “coming soon”.

We can only hope we get to try their delicious creations soon.

When: Coming soon
Where: 453 Wellington St W