More Openings and Closings in Ossington Village

Jonathan+Olivia closing

Lately there’s been a lot of change in the neighborhood, and we know about more openings and closings in Ossington Village.

Burgers n’ Fries Forever Coming to Ossington

Burgers n’ Fries Forever has served to Ottawa customers since 2013, and there are 2 locations: in Byward Market and Centretown. Ottawa’s custom burger joint is coming to Toronto, and specifically, Ossington, later this summer. They’ve just taken possession at 182 Ossington Avenue, former home to bacon sandwich maker Rashers.

Burgers n’ Fries Forever serves halal meat in a variety of different burger combinations. The restaurant’s instagram page is a food porn lover’s dream. The meat eater can enjoy triple patties – this one they used to announce their third location, on Ossington.

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The Triple Patty burger

The burger spot will make most people happy – it’s not just hamburger meat. They offer chicken burgers, vegetarian gravy, vegan patties and gluten free buns.

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The chicken ting burger at Burgers n’ Fries

Burgers n’ Fries plans to open at 182 Ossington later this summer.

Jonathan + Olivia Closing, Big Sale Coming Soon!

Jonathan + Olivia helped make Ossington a fashion destination when it opened 10 years ago at 49 Ossington. This indie store run by Vancouver native Jackie O’Brien Jones was the first to bring Top Shop to Toronto!  The Ossington shop is closing soon as Jackie and her family move back west to open a store in beautiful Whistler BC. Now at least you’ll know where to shop when you are out there skiing.Jonathan+Olivia Closing Ossington

Jackie announced the closing yesterday afternoon. She also detailed a closing sale in the Ossington shop on July 3rd and 4th with never before seen merchandise called “Jonathan+Olivia Archives”. The entire store will be on sale until they close on July 5th. Expect long lines on the street for this exclusive product.

The Goods is Closed

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The Goods closed this weekend

We knew it was coming, and now it’s official: The Goods on Dundas West is no more. At least you can head to Roncesvalles for their delicious and healthy bowls, salads and smoothies. And they still offer delivery to our hood. We’ll keep you posted on who moves into the walk up rooms at 1255 Dundas West.

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