4 Toronto restaurants and bars that recently closed

There are still a handful of Toronto restaurants and bars that have closed in recent weeks, with some still dealing with the consequences of the pandemic.

Whether it’s financial constraints or new opportunities, there’s no doubt that the city’s restaurant industry is rebuilding itself.

Here are some restaurants and bars that have since closed.

Bar Buca

Bar Buca hasn’t announced its closure and its social media are still there, but a new late-night spot has taken over at 75 Portland Street. Bar Buca’s future is yet to be decided.

Address: 75 Portland Street

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Sufi’s

After five years of serving the Toronto community, the Syrian restaurant Soufi’s has closed its doors for good.

The beloved restaurant shared the news of its closure in an Instagram post and thanked its customers for their support over the years.

Address: 676 Queen Street West

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El Habanero and Churrobar

The Cuban restaurant in Toronto beloved for its sweet churro creations and authentic cuisine has closed after six years of operation. It closed on March 31.

Address: 4915 Steeles Avenue East, Scarborough

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Baddie’s Cafe

A local Toronto restaurant known for its brunch options closed permanently in late March. Due to the repercussions of COVID-19 and the effect of the pandemic on the restaurant industry, Baddies has made the difficult decision to close on March 30.

Address: 679 Lansdowne Avenue

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Sandy A. Greer