New month, and there are new eats to try all over Toronto! If you’re wondering what new hot spot to check out this June, look no further. We’ve tried some spots, and are on reservation lists for others (ahem Prime Seafood Place ahem), and we’re excited to share our picks for five new restaurants to check out in Toronto this month!

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Prime Seafood Palace

The latest venture by famed food personality Matty Matheson just opened its doors in Toronto. The new restaurant is called Prime Seafood Palace and it’s been years in the making. Anything with Matheson’s name on it is a must-try, if you ask us, but hopefully we can all get a reservation this summer…

Where: 944 Queen St West

Mademoiselle Toronto

Mademoiselle Raw Bar + Grill was originally set to open last summer on King St West, but it just opened in May. Mademoiselle is brought to us by the same team behind MARBL restaurant, and Chef Dickinson has previously worked at top-notch restos like Aria, Crush Wine Bar, and Vertical Restaurant & Bar. It is a sophisticated, fine-dining experience, with inspiration from Southern France and the Mediterranean coast.

Where: 563 King St W

 J’s Steak Frites


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If you hate four page menus, and love steak, this new Toronto restaurant is just for you. J’s Steak Frites has recently opened its doors at 1198 Queen Street West (formerly Dandylion), and it offers its guests just one item and one item only: steak frites. Also, the fries are unlimited and the desserts are delicious.

Where: 1198 Queen Street West

Something in The Water Brewery

Ok so it’s not a restaurant, but Liberty Village is now home to a new brewery, as Toronto’s Something in the Water just opened its Euro-style spot last week. Think of a pedestrian walkway with a sunny patio, colourful interiors, and a couple of swings at the bar, all of which are part of this new brewery. There is seating for about 40 people inside, and they’re looking to curate artisanal snacks from all over Ontario, as well as within Liberty Village itself. Oh, and there’s a patio.

Where: 151 East Liberty Street

Wilma Snack Bar


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Two things we love are snacks and bars. And Wilma Snack Bar, which just opened a few weeks ago, delivers on both. Described as “a cozy, inviting space on Ossington where friends and strangers gather to eat, drink and have a good time,” this spot should be on your ‘to-visit’ list this June.

Where: 214 Ossington Avenue

Cheers, Toronto!