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Ossington Restaurant News and Reviews

So much has been happening on Ossington these past few weeks, with lots of new restaurant openings, we thought we’d offer a recap and links to some of the reviews.

In news, Goed Eten now has a liquor license, so you can have a caesar with lunch and a beer with brunch, or vice versa!

In late March, The Grove opened on Dundas Street just west of Ossington. This upscale British restaurant is getting attention for it’s interior and its cuisine.

In the past few weeks, we’ve seen the launch of three very different restos on Ossington, upscale pub The Saint, Singapore street food purveyor Hawker Bar, and brewery with snacks Bellwoods Brewery.

It’s hard to say which of the three is getting the best press, so we won’t even try.

The Saint took years to open, but now that it is here, it’s getting good feedback for its upscale pub style and cuisine.

Hawker Bar opened without a liquor license (still pending) but that is not stopping the crowds or the rave reviews for its unique-to-Toronto Asian food.

Last but not least, Bellwoods Brewery opened its kegs and its kitchen to the public and both are much appreciated.

We are still waiting for Amaya to open, and there a couple of other places that look promising. What is your favorite spot in Ossington Village, old or new? Let us know in the comments.

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