Toronto has always been a hot spot for foodies and the city’s thriving dining scene shows no signs of slowing down with the colder weather. There’s a great lineup of restaurants slated to open this fall including everything from a food hall to iconic vegan pizza chain. Those hungry for something new can start looking forward to these anticipated restaurant openings expected very soon!
Chin Chin Street Side Kitchen
LA’s Kardasian-approved Chin Chin restaurant is expected to open its first Toronto location near the Rogers Centre this fall. This restaurant is a regular setting on episodes of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, known for its menu featuring Chinese Food Burritos and Quinoa “Fried Rice”
Coming soon to Little Italy, this popular vegan pizzeria is known for pies good enough to fool even the most hard-core meat lovers. A Vancouver favourite for vegan pizza and ice cream, Virtuous Pie is expected to open its first Toronto location on College St. this fall.
Vegans and plant-based eaters are going to have their healthy share of options with all the new vegan eateries slated to open this fall. Toronto’s third Grasshopper restaurant will bring delicious plant-based eats and date-night worthy vibes to Toronto’s east-end when it opens this fall.
The Annex Food Hall
One this delicious food hall opens you can expect to have a wide variety of dining options including fried chicken sandwiches from PG Clucks, fresh pasta from Dal Moro, Thai street foods from Eat BKK, BBQ from Smoked Up Meats, and tacos from El Nahual.
This restaurant is the newest from the same folks behind Toronto’s AYCE Brazilian rodizio, Copacabana, and will serve up a menu filled with delicious wood-fired favourites from South America.
This might become your new favourite special occasion restaurant once it opens in Brockton Village this fall. This fine-dining feature from chef Julian Bentivenga will serve 10 courses to 10 guests at a time – hence the name! It will offer a seasonal, veggie-forward, multi-course tasting menu to the small group of diners situated around a chef’s counter.
West Oak and Pierre’s
Known for its casual atmosphere and refined fare, West Oak is a popular Yaletown restaurant that’s expanding into Toronto. West Oak is opening in King West alongside Pierre’s, another popular west coast restaurant billed as being “Vancouver’s most exclusive champagne experience”.
The St. Regis Toronto hotel is the first Canadian location for this luxury hotel brand that will debut a new restaurant and cocktail bar on the 31st floor this fall. The restaurant will feature an outdoor terrace overlooking Lake Ontario, while the menu will combine contemporary American cuisine with classic French cooking technique.
Zebu Steak + Bar
This massive new Brazilian steakhouse, bar, and lounge is expected to open in the heart of the Entertainment District this fall and promises a patio, private and semi-private dining spaces, and a Chef’s Table dining experience.
Storm Crow Manor
This is slated to be Toronto’s newest board game dining location, serving up a variety of multiplayer board and card games with Sci-Fi TV playing around the clock, alongside a menu of themed foods like Teenage Mutant Fried Pickles, Nachos Apocalypto, and Attack of the Killer Tomato Soup.