5 new Toronto restaurants that are must-tries for March
Over the past couple of months, Toronto has given us a ton of new restaurants. Thank goodness for that, always. Whether you want to indulge in some Italian or feast on some French, these brand new places are just waiting for you to try them out. Ah, dinner reservations are set for the month. You can thank us later.
Here are 5 new must-try restaurants in Toronto.
This resto will only be around for a little while, so be sure to try it out while you still can! It’s a fancy French pop-up brought to you by the same folks behind Chantecler. Here you can expect small and large plates based around French delicacies, hand-crafted by Chef Peter Robson
Where: 1263 Queen St W
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If you love Sugo, you’ll be obsessed with the new sister store they just opened up down the street. Introducing Conzo! It’s a pizzeria inspired by the same Italian flavours as our favourite pasta palace. Plus, there’s tons more seating at this location, so no more long waits for those sweet, sweet carbs.
Where: 1279 Bloor St W
So Gusto 101 and Trattoria Nervosa had a baby, and this is what we got. It’s a multi-level Italian gem with all the pastas and cocktails you could dream of. Plus, the spot was designed by award-winning architecture firm PARTISANS, so you know you’ll be dinning in the prettiest of circumstances.
Where: 501 King St E
Okay, this place is definitely one of the coolest new dinning experiences to open up in Toronto. Notice how we said dinning experience, not restaurant? That’s cause when you go here, your dinner becomes an event. Their website encourages guests to refrain from wearing perfumes and to turn off their cell phones in order to avoid “hindering your upcoming multi-sensory experience.” Kinda sounds like we might get kidnapped or cloned or something. If you’re extra special, you can snag a spot at The Chef’s Counter, where you can watch the culinary artistry come to life.
Where: 102 Yorkville Ave
This is the place to go for fresh, healthy eats. Everything is made from scratch in-house with locally sourced ingredients, and the menu features rustic Mediterranean flavours. Plus, you’ll love the bright and cheery Queen Street vibe with exposed white brick, pink highlights, and plants literally everywhere.
Where: 461 King St W
So get out there and get taste testing! With all the new spots constantly opening up, it won’t be long before we have another list of spots you’ve got to try. Have fun at these new restaurants in Toronto!