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8 notable Toronto businesses that closed in February


Toronto companies that closed in February had two Momofuku spaces and the first Kickstarter-funded restaurant in the city. Unfortunately, there were also a few music locations that stopped it. Some of these closures already have plans to take over new companies, so hopefully the newcomers will meet what they replace.

These are the most striking Toronto companies closed in February.

D-Beatstro [19659004] This popular vegan café, music location and do-it-yourself event space with sex-neutral bathrooms and various programming for all ages was a community center in Bloordale. It went out with a bang with a coffee and punk rock three-day music extravaganza called D-Beat Forever Fest.

Graffiti & # 39; s

An old Kensington Market mainstay, this iconic place known for its Black Metal Brunch on Sundays adds to the unique atmosphere of the neighborhood. It was also a place where local bands and musicians could perform, and existed more than two decades before last month closed the store .

Lil & # 39; Baci

The location Yonge & Eg silently last summer closed and the original in Leslieville closed its doors forever in February, to great despair of local fans of the Italian joint. The owners decided that it was time to make room for a new dining concept, more in line with Annabelle Pasta Bar their restaurant at Christie & Davenport.

Loka

Chef Kickstarter from Chef Dave Mottershall-capped restaurant on Queen West by Bathurst ceased existence on Valentine's Day. After two + years of serving the Instagramable "crazy local Canadian cuisine" fans can not wait to see what he will do next.

Market Village

A kind of sibling from Markham's Pacific Mall, this shopping mall officially closed at the end of February to make way for the more modern-looking Remington Center . Twenty-eight years is a good run (plus, it is a promising number in Chinese).

Momofuku Daisho and Shoto

Part of the Momofuku empire of chef / restaurateur David Chang, these two more luxurious restaurants that span the third floor of the Momofuku building next to the Shangri -La Hotel in the financial district are closed last month . This spring a new restaurant concept will replace the two.

Tortilla Flats

This Tex-Mex meeting point on Queen West had certainly seen better days before a notice was posted on the door last month for unpaid rent totaling more than $ 31,000 . Oddly enough, this same situation happened a few years ago so we will see if it really lingers this time.

Whitlock & # 39; s

After 27 years of brunch in the beaches, this east restaurant at the end of the month unexpectedly closed in early February after it was served with a notice of emergency due to non-payment of the rent.

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