More popular eateries are joining the list of Toronto's restaurant closures, revealing that the strain of pandemic-related restrictions became too much to bear. \nScaddabush Italian Kitchen & Bar, REDS Midtown, and Duke’s Refresher at Yonge Street and Gerrard Street East have closed their doors forever as of February 9.\nEditor's Choice: Is This $5.3 Million Mansion For Sale In Toronto Secretly Kyle Lowry’s House?\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nGiven the current economic conditions and uncertain future, we have decided to [vacate the properties.]\n\n\nService Inspired Restaurants Corp.\n\n\n"To the local community and all our valued partners we sincerely thank you for the last 10 years and we will miss you," wrote the restaurant company.\nThe Scaddabush restaurant at 200 Front St. remains open, as well as others around the GTA.\nREDS will continue to operate at 77 Adelaide St. and Square One in Mississauga.\nDuke’s Gerrard will be relocated to the St. Lawrence Market location as of Monday, February 15.\nToronto said goodbye to many beloved spots in 2020, including Cold Tea in Kensington Market, Fran's Restaurant on Yonge, and Queen Street's Cafe Crepe. \nA number of major retail chains have also exited the province, including Kiehl's and Godiva. Starbucks is shuttering 200 locations around Canada, some of which are in Toronto.