It's never a dull moment in restaurant news. Here's a slew of new restaurants and bars hitting the city over the next couple months.
Jimmy's Coffee – Three is the magic number for this growing indie coffee shop. Find their latest location at 82 Gerrard St. W. [blogTO]
Wisebar – If you're looking for a hefty craft beer selection, Wisebar at 1007 Bloor St. W. is now open. [blogTO]
Black Irish Whiskey Bar & Oyster Saloon – It's a mouthful but this new bar should be open this week at 235 Queen St. East. [blogTO]
Touhenboku Ramen – A week today, the downtown rameneria opens its second location at 2459 Yonge St. [The Grid]
It's All Grk –In about a week and a half (according to co-owner Nathan Godin), the fine-fast-food franchise will open its fourth location at 110 Dundas St. East. The sign is scheduled to go up tomorrow at 1pm.
Los Colibris – Sitting atop its more relaxed sister restaurant El Caballito at 220 King St. W., Los Colibris is anticipated to open its doors on June 18th. The haute-Mexican restaurant will feature 150 seats, two private dining rooms, and a patio for 100. There is also talk of a DIY taco station. [The Grid]
Spitfire – The folks behind food truck The Feisty Jack will open Spitfire, a sit-down restaurant, at 126 Six St. in Etobicoke, sometime this July [blogTO]
The Bristol Yard – Recently shuttered on Christie, the beloved brunch spot has announced it will reopen June 7th on street level of the Great Hall at Queen and Dovercourt. [The Grid]
Banu – The purveyors of solid Iranian cuisine expands with its second location coming to Dundas St. W at Markham later this summer. [The Grid]
Café Plenty – The café's second location will be housed in the former Petit Thuet space at King and Yonge. [The Grid]
Ricky Ricardo's – blogTO has reported that Ricky Ricardo's on College St. at Bathurst has closed its doors but its Facebook page is advertising a big party this Saturday night. [blogTO]
· Toronto Restaurant Openings [blogTO]
· Crumbs May 21-28 [The Grid]