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6 Exciting New Restaurants & Food Shops That Will Be Opening In Toronto Soon

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6 Exciting New Restaurants & Food Shops That Will Be Opening In Toronto Soon

Start planning those orders, because several new eateries are getting ready to open in the city.

These new Toronto restaurants and markets are planning to open soon, and the city's food scene will never be the same.

Some iconic venues are opening new locations so you have even more opportunity to enjoy your favourite dishes.

Summerhill Market will be launching another marketplace where you can shop for delicious essentials.

Keep your eyes peeled for the opening dates of these much-anticipated places.

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Aloette Liberty

Price: 💸💸

When: Spring 2021

Cuisine: French

Address: TBA

Why You Need To Go: The popular French restaurant, known for its lemon meringue pie, is opening a new location this spring, according to the website.

Pizzeria Libretto

Price: 💸💸

When: TBA

Cuisine: Pizza

Address: 3011 Dundas St. W., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: You'll soon be able to enjoy more of this famed pizza from a new location opening soon in the Junction.

Summerhill Market

Price: Prices vary

When: TBA

Cuisine: Fresh produce, homemade items

Address: 484 Eglinton Ave. W., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: This cherished food market will soon be opening a new spacious location where you can shop for fresh produce, meals-to-go, and more.

North Of Brooklyn Pizzeria

Price: 💸💸

When: April 2021

Cuisine: Pizza

Address: 663 Greenwood Ave., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Good news, pizza-lovers! One of the city's popular pie joints is opening a new venue this spring, so you can indulge in even more cheesy goodness.

Prairie Boy Bread

Price: 💸

When: TBA

Cuisine: Bread, baked goods

Address: Yonge & St. Clair, Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Known for its artisanal, organic loaves of bread, this popular bakery is in the midst of renovating a new space for all your carb-filled needs.

One Night Only Pizza

Price: 💸💸

When: TBA

Cuisine: Pizza

Address: TBA

Why You Need To Go: This top-secret pizza spot is finally getting a permanent home, and you'll no longer have to join a waitlist to get your hands on these drool-worthy pies.

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