New Toronto restaurants: SugarKane

Patchmon's moves to the Annex, Jugemu serves its last slice of sashimi, Bar Isabel alums open a wine bar and more


DOWNTOWN

  • Patchmon’s Thai Desserts is moving to the Annex: Signs are up for a new location at Dupont and Spadina.
  • The first of Mad Radish‘s new locations is now open at 120 Bloor East (at Church).

NORTH

  • Taco joint Clandestina, a sister spot to Fonda Lola, is now open at 2107 Yonge (at Hillsdale).

EAST

  • Omakase bar Jugemu (193 Carlton, at Parliament) is slated to close on June 30.
  • Supernova Coffee is replacing Chao Ciao Espresso at 897 Broadview (at Browning).
  • SugarKane, a Caribbean and Cajun restaurant, is now open at 699 Danforth (at Pape).
  • Camel Restaurant has replaced Mister Frenchy at 675 Danforth (at Pape).
  • Beiteddine is now open at 513 Danforth (at Fenwick).

WEST

  • A team of Bar Isabel alumni (Grant van Gameren, Ellen Shrybman and Nathan Morrell) are opening a new wine bar called Piquette at 1084 Queen West (at Dovercourt).

NEWS

  • Union Summer, one of our top picks for summer 2019 events, is offering $6 bites every Tuesday from 6 pm onward. Participating restaurants include Union Chicken, Bangkok Buri, and El Catrin.

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