Start off the month of March right with delicious new eats, drinks, and experiences to enjoy. Toronto is now home to several new restaurants and bars and they’re ready to serve you right up with their best menu items.

Whether you’re looking on the more authentic side or looking for your new go-to spot for light bites and drinks, we’ve got a list for you.

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Bar Sugo

Toronto can’t get enough when it comes to pizza spots. Beloved Italian restaurant known for its hefty pasta dishes, Sugo, opened a new pizzeria recently – Bar Sugo. They serve classic pizzas and plates like parm, pastas, salads, and desserts like their housemade tiramisu.

Where: 1279 Bloor Street W

Lao Lao Bar

Travel to Laos with every bite at this new Lao-inspired restaurant in Toronto. Lao Lao Bar offers traditional Lao food, divided into both small and large plates including plant-based options. As for its cocktails, they reflect the tropical flavours of Laos.

Where: 5 St. Joseph Street

Lee on Richmond

According to a new application via the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario, Lee on Richmond will open at 505 Richmond Street W Unit 119. Though it had planned to continue operating at the current King Street location for the rest of 2022, it had shared it would be reopening at a new location in March 2023.

Where: 505 Richmond Street W
When: March 2023

Prequel & Co. Apothecary

The now-open experiential cocktail bar transports guests to the Art Nouveau era of Paris from 1890 to 1910 with its apothecary-inspired space at 1036 Queen Street W.

According to the bar, before infusions and spirits, “ingredients, tinctures, and elixirs were prepared ‘a la minute’ in the apothecaries of the late 1800’s.” Its almost neverending beverage list compliments its hors d’oeurves menu which features a Shrimp Cocktail, Lobster Rolls,  Steak Tartare, Seared Foie Gras, and more.

Where: 1036 Queen Street W

CKTL & Co. 

A new food and cocktail lounge experience is coming to Toronto and it’s based on the stock exchange. CKTL & Co., is a new food, drink, and “social exchange” lounge opening in the city this spring. Staying on theme, the lounge will open in none other than Toronto’s Financial District at 330 Bay Street.

Where: 330 Bay Street
When: March 2023

Liberty Soho

Hate to love it or love to hate it, one of King Street’s most popular and busiest bars has opened a second location in Toronto – Liberty Soho. And just by the name, you can probably already guess where it will be located.

Liberty Soho has opened its doors to the public at 139 East Liberty Street, near bustling breakfast spot OEB, in Liberty Village. Liberty Soho will have a very similar menu to Ruby’s, according to a representative of the bar. But you’ll also see a few extras and original dishes at the new location.

Where: 139 East Liberty Street

NBA Courtside Restaurant

What’s described as a “premium, sports-inspired dining experience” is gearing up to welcome all to the NBA Courtside Restaurant in March 2023. Operated by Toronto-based Urban Dining Group, the new restaurant occupies 10,000-square-foot of space and features artwork and decor that celebrate the NBA.

Where: 15 Queens Quay East, Toronto ON – M5E 0C5
When: March 2023