Restaurants across the city are opening their doors on the first full day of Restaurant Week, with some opening their first full week of business on Wednesday.
Read moreThe Globe and Mail’s special report on restaurants across Canada will run in full for the first time Wednesday, as will the annual Globe and Post Food Awards, which will air live and feature an all-star line-up of top Canadian chefs and restaurants.
As the country’s culinary scene shifts towards an emerging new wave of cuisines, the focus is now shifting from fresh produce and regional cuisine to seasonal offerings and international dishes.
With all of the attention on new and emerging cuisinae, many restaurants are opening up on the second Wednesday in September to cater to that shift, as well as cater to the growing appetite for fresh food and seasonal dishes.
Here’s a look at some of the biggest restaurants opening their restaurants on the same day as Restaurant Week:Gourmet Chef, in Scarborough, opened their doors Wednesday.
The restaurant is also bringing a few new seasonal dishes to the table, including their famous “Cheese on Toast.”
Gourmet Chefs, a specialty restaurant in Scarborough has also opened its doors on Wednesday, bringing their signature menu of the season.
Gourmet Cooks, in Mississauga, has been open since October and will also be bringing seasonal and specialty dishes to their customers on Wednesday to celebrate the opening of their new location.
The new location will be open to the public on the opening day of the month, Oct. 29, 2019.
Granatore’s, in London, will be offering a seasonal menu of seasonal food and drink from September through the end of October.
In addition to their seasonal menu, the restaurant will also feature a seasonal cocktail program, offering a selection of seasonal wines from Ontario and Quebec.
Gravely Fine Food, in Calgary, will also open its doors for a full week.
The menu will feature a number of new seasonal and special menu items, as the restaurant strives to make their menu even more appealing to their growing customer base.
The restaurant has also announced that the food truck will be opening up in their new restaurant at 4100 St. Clair Ave.
E. at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday in a location that will feature the menu.
The new location of Gravely Fine will be located in the same location that they opened their first restaurant in May, which has been the home of the restaurant since they opened the doors on June 2, 2019 in Scarborough.
The original location was located in Mississaugas Park, a residential neighbourhood of the city.
In addition to the new location, Gravely is adding a new patio area to their existing space on the corner of St. Stephen Avenue and St. George Street.
The patio will feature an array of outdoor seating, as they have expanded their patio into an entire residential neighbourhood with a capacity of 60 people.
The outdoor seating area will feature two- and three-piece patio chairs, while the outdoor seating on the other side of the patio will be used for a one-piece seating area.
In 2018, Gravelys was named the “Best Restaurant” in the city by Toronto magazine.
The magazine called the restaurant’s new patio space “an elegant, comfortable space.”
The menu of Gravelys will also include a seasonal dish that is an homage to the original menu, which was served on the original Gravely restaurant menu from 1966 until 1978.
In the past, the Gravely’s menu has been very seasonal, and has included some dishes that have never been available at other restaurants.
The menu will also offer some dishes from the Gravelys restaurant’s seasonal menu and offer some special items to complement the seasonal dishes on the menu that are also on the new menu.
In terms of specialty dining, Graveley’s has added a couple new specialty items to their menu, including a “Catch and Release” dinner.
It’s a menu item that will only be available on the Graveley menu on Wednesday when the restaurant is open.
The dish will be served with a salad, served with the sauce of a “Pickle” and will be cooked on the grill and served with potatoes, chicken, shrimp, and a variety of sides.
The “Catching and Release Dinner” will be available at the restaurant from September 29 through October 1, 2019, with prices ranging from $17.99 to $39.99.
In May 2018, the City of Toronto announced that it was moving the first of two proposed new condo towers at 1125 Yonge Street from their original location on the southwest corner of Yonge and Gerrard to the site of the former restaurant site.
The tower will be demolished on October 1.
The first condo tower, currently planned to be built on the former site of a former gas station, is the second planned condo tower to be demolished in the area.
On June 25, 2019 the City announced it would be moving the building’s parking lot from its