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Guide: 8 hot new restaurants to check out

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Looking for that new hotspot to show off to your friends? Need to know where to grab the freshest bites and drinks to impress your boss? Have to find a new bar to bury your sorrows at all by your lonesome? Look no further, folks, because we’ve got the scoop on the most recent openings across the city! Here are the freshest of the fresh restaurants in town that you need to check out.

Casa la Palma

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It might not be patio season, but that doesn’t mean rumours of a brand new rooftop patio won’t get our heart racing. That’s exactly why we’re so excited about the hottest new spot on Dundas West, Casa la Palma. Shareable snacks and delicious cocktails are the name of the game here at Casa la Palma.

Where: 849 Dundas Street W
Hours: Wednesday – Sunday, 4 PM – Late

LOUIX LOUIs


Toronto, meet LOUIX LOUIS. It’s our city’s first grand bar and resto located on the 31st floor at the St. Regis Toronto… so if you wanna sip on dark spirits and overlook downtown and Lake Ontario, this is your spot.

Where: 325 Bay Street

Byblos Uptown (New Location)

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We love them for the delicious Mediterranean eats and second-to-none decor, so we’re pretty excited to hear that Byblos is now opening a second spot north of Bloor.

Where: 2537 Yonge Street
Hours: Sunday – Wednesday, 5 PM – 11 AM; Thursday – Saturday, 5 PM – 1 AM

Come See Me

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Little Italy just got a whole lot cooler with the addition of the trendy (and slightly mysterious) Come See Me. The aesthetic is Instagram-friendly, the crowd is the type of effortlessly chill we all aspire to be, and the mood is always right.

Where: 656 College Street
Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 7 PM – Late

Cumin Kitchen

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Delicious Indian dishes are high-up on any foodie’s list of favourite things, so we should all be stoked that Cumin Kitchen has recently opened up on the Danforth. Made with natural spices and plenty of heart and soul, this vibrant space is sure to become a hot-spot sooner rather than later.

Where: 1820 Danforth Avenue
Hours: Mon-Thu, Sun 12 PM – 3 PM and 5 PM – 10:30 PM; Fri-Sat 12 PM – 3 PM and 5 PM – 11 PM

Marbl


Welcome to Marbl, a beautiful reimagining of what was Fring’s, the spot partially owned by the 6ixGod himself.

Where: 455 King Street W
Hours: Sunday – Wednesday, & Friday, 4 PM – 12 AM; Thursday & Saturday, 4 PM – 2 AM

BLUA

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The food menu tops out at offerings hitting the $20 mark, so don’t be afraid to splurge on the libations. The daiquiris are to die for, the cocktails are classic with killer twists, and the vibes will have the Junction turn into your new favourite part of town.

Blua is a place to you need to check out sooner rather than later, so we hope to catch you there.

Where: 395 Keele Street
Hours: Monday & Tuesday, Closed; Wednesday – Saturday, 6 PM – 2 AM; Sunday, 6 PM – 10 PM

Garrison Creek

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Little Italy’s newest addition prides itself on reimagining traditional Italian dishes and creating an entirely unique dining experience. Can’t wait to check it out!

Where: 760 College Street
Hours: Monday – Saturday, 5 PM – 12 AM; Sunday

Enjoy the fine eating out there, Toronto!

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