We will miss the Toronto businesses that closed in June for their croissants, chicken and vegetarian food. Some of them have only existed for a short time and others for more than a decade.
Here are some notable businesses that closed in Toronto last month.
Lovely pastries were the order of the day at this beloved bakery that calls Little Italy home, but after just over two years it closed at the end of the month.
Swiss Chalet on Overlea
People loved to hate this location of a Swiss chalet that many agreed had fallen on hard times, closing in June. Luckily, there’s another location not too far down O’Connor.
After more than 15 years, this classic Portuguese restaurant known for its chicken dinners closed its doors for good at the end of June.
One Love Vegetarian
Herbivores will no longer be able to get some of their favorite plant-based Caribbean dishes near the Bathurst train station with the announcement of the closure of this beloved restaurant.
This humble cafe on the Danforth closed its doors for good in mid-June.
rose and son
The last Sunday of June has been billed as the last day for this beloved annex restaurant that offers Jewish dinner and charcuterie concepts.
BBQ is no longer available at this annex restaurant which was attached to Rose and Sons and run by the same people, which closed the same day.
This menswear store that has been in business for over 70 years and long parked on the Danforth closed for good just before Father’s Day on June 11.
This bubble tea restaurant chain suddenly announced on June 28 that it would be closing its College Park location the same day.
Nice wine bar
When the burger concept that was attached to this wine bar closed a year ago, this bar continued to struggle, quietly closing on June 11.