Toronto restaurants, bakeries, pubs or other businesses that are closing, Nov 2022 onwards

Wish Restaurant is closing after 22 years.
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Flaky Tart is closing.

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I think this was mentioned somewhere before, but Momofuku is closing shortly.

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To be replaced by Mott 32.

https://www.tastetoronto.com/news/mott-32-will-replace-momofuku-in-the-shangri-la

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Nice thanks for sharing could be very interesting and save a trip to the suburbs for car less folks like moi :slight_smile:

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GoodGood ceased operations last week. They had locally sourced coffee, drinks, and snacks both in-store and via delivery.

Forget Me Not on Wilson has closed.

Technically not November, but Shunoko at St. Clair/Dufferin has closed. I never got a chance to try their omakase, but did enjoy their sushi set lunch for takeout a few times this year.

Dear guests

Shunoko will be permanently closed after our last service on October 22.

It has been tremendously blessing four and a half years of serving our guests.
Coming from a small takeout shop, running a full service restaurant for the was not easy. But all the love and support we received from our guests and every hardworking member of our team made us possible to stay in business.

​ Only God knows when and where I will open a new place to serve you again. Until then I pray you all safe and well.

Huge thanks and love

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La Paloma.

Thanks @Googs , for this heads up.
Le Cafe Michi. Another institution closes.

Although La Paloma was never my go-to, I am sad to hear that they closed apparently due to new owners raising rents. Surely property owners could both earn some money and support local businesses at the same time.

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I guess some landlords who bought recently have their own set of problems with the rising interest rates. It’s usually the tenants who pay for that, unfortunately.

Almost every restaurant and hair salon run by someone I know has gone out of business within months of a new landlord taking over, because new landlords like to raise rents, probably to cover their recent purchase. Half of the downtown commercial properties of London, Ontario and Windsor lie vacant because of a landlord who keeps buying up properties like he’s playing Monopoly. He has even been buying hotels, country inns, apple orchards and horse farms.

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