Toronto restaurants: 16 licenses issued last week (May 2)

The City of Toronto issued 16 restaurant licenses to businesses in central Toronto (including East York and York) in the past week:

  • Alder at 51 Camden Street (issued to 51 Camden Street Holdings Ltd. and 51 Camden Street Pw Property Inc. on April 27)
  • Ascari King Street at 620 King Street West (issued to Ascari King Street Corp. on April 27)
  • Beach Hill Smokehouse Main at 172 Main Street (issued to Beach Hill Smokehouse Main Inc. on April 27)
  • Beta Burgers at 268 Dundas Street East (delivered to Altamash Shaikh and Ruchit Thakkar on April 29)
  • Chang-Rai Avenue at 2070 Avenue Road (issued to 1000046368 Ontario Inc. on April 25)
  • Cheffry’s Artisanal Cooking at 388 Richmond Street West (issued to Cheffry’s Artisanal Cooking Inc. on April 26)
  • Gare De L’Est at 345 Carlaw Avenue (issued to 2538944 Ontario Ltd. on April 26)

  • Good Good Cafe at 1909 Yonge Street (issued to Good Good Cafe Inc. on April 25)
  • Henry’s Restaurant and Wine Bar at 922 Queen Street West (issued to 1000038090 Ontario Inc. on April 28)
  • Mt. Everest Restaurant at 804 Eglinton Avenue East (issued to Hamro Corp. on April 29)
  • Piazza Manna at 161 Bay Street (issued to The Manna Group Inc. on April 26)
  • Puerto Bravo at 1425 Gerrard Street East (issued to 5036410 Ontario Inc. on April 28)
  • Satanee Nana at 785 Queen Street West (delivered to 2387505 Ontario Inc. on April 28)
  • Tika Dundas at 124 Dundas Street West (issued to 1000040513 Ontario Ltd. on April 29)
  • Tuckshop Kitchen at 1022 Queen Street East (issued to Tuckshop Kitchen Ltd. on April 28)
  • Wonton Hut at 671 Queen Street West (issued to 1000137832 Ontario Inc. on April 26)

About this report

This report was automatically generated using open data collected and maintained by the City of Toronto.

Restaurants and other establishments that store, prepare or sell food to the public must hold a valid license and licenses must be renewed annually.

Existing restaurants will appear on this list following a transfer of ownership that also includes a change in the business name of the establishment, or if the restaurant’s previous business license has been allowed to expire.

Operating without a valid business license may result in fines, closure orders and other penalties. In 2021, 96 complaints were filed by the public through 311 about restaurants operating without a valid license, according to the city.

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