New restaurant openings for JUNE 2024 in Toronto


Published July 10, 2024 at 12:28 pm

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Restaurants that opened in June in Toronto include one of Toronto’s most highly anticipated food hall developments as well as new locations of old favourite bakeries and a faster, cheaper way to get your favourite ramen.

Here’s a look at restaurants that opened their doors last month:

Waterworks Food Hall

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Spanning 55,000 square feet within an old water works building at 50 Brant St., food lovers have been looking forward to this new food hall opening for a while now. It’s finally flung open its doors and didn’t disappoint, offering everything from sushi to tacos to burgers. There are also splashy patios and bars present at the new space.

The new hall has opened outposts of several beloved restaurants, including Harry’s Charbroiled, Musoshin Ramen, Vit Beo, Scooped by Demetres, Arepa Republic, and Dave’s Genuine Deli. The new hall also houses the concepts Taco Lupito and Pizzeria Popolo.

Waterworks also encompasses the relocated Lee Restaurant helmed by Susur Lee, as well as non-alcoholic bottle shop Sobr Market.

Deauville Club

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French and global influences come together at this restaurant situated in new hotel Revery at 92 Peter St. They serve breakfast and dinner, with dishes on the menu like steak and eggs, mushroom and truffle omelettes, Croque Madames, duck and caviar.

The menu is rounded out by a selection of wines and a cocktail list with options like a Pandan Sour and spiced Paloma.

Gram’s Pizza

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This spot is small and secretive, but it’s regularly sold out, making it a fun new find for pizza fans. Their menu is relatively tight and simplistic, with classic options like cheese, pepperoni, and mushroom pizza, plus a “spicy one” with pickled jalapeno, soppressata, and chili oil and a “green one” with green veggies and chimichurri. They also regularly offer specials.

Gram’s makes what it calls “NY-style (ish)” pizza, offering slices and full pies. It is located in the Junction Triangle at 1640 Dupont St.

Kinton Express

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Popular ramen concept Kinton just opened this new express location where all bowls of ramen are just $9.99, cheaper than their dine-in locations. They serve pork, beef, chicken and veggie ramen, as well as sides and seasonal specials.

You can order via kiosk for a quick grab-and-go experience or slurp up your noodles at a small seating area at this new Kinton concept located at 1 Richmond St. W.

Uncle Tetsu

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Many are familiar with fluffy, puffy Uncle Tetsu cheesecake, and now there’s a new source for the lighter-than-air dessert in North York at 4909 Yonge St.

The location should serve all the desserts Japanese brand Uncle Tetsu has become known for, from its classic cheesecakes to its madeleines, cheese tarts, and special “angel hat” cheesecakes that are extra jiggly, in original, matcha, and chocolate flavours.

Blackbird Baking Co.

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Blackbird is known as one of the best bakeries in Toronto, and now their products are available in a more central location than ever before with a new spot that just opened at the St. Lawrence Market.

There, you can pick up some of their famous sourdough, croissants, cinnamon buns, Pullman loaves, Danish rye, challah, hamburger buns, focaccia, ciabatta, pastries and more.

  1. Waterworks Food Hall
  2. Deauville Club
  3. Gram’s Pizza
  4. Kinton Express
  5. Uncle Tetsu North York
  6. Blackbird Baking Co. St. Lawrence Market