11 new Toronto restaurant licenses issued, 16 canceled (Apr. 18) | Business

Restaurants, cafes, bars and other local businesses that offer indoor dining are legally required to obtain and maintain a business license from the City of Toronto. In the past week (Apr. 11 to Apr. 17), 11 new restaurant licenses were issued for the central Toronto area, while 16 existing restaurant licenses were cancelled.

Bloor Street Banquet Burger (940 Bloor Street West): a new restaurant license registered to Jkpp Corp. was issued on April 12.

Great Lakes Brewing Company (11 Lower Jarvis Street): a new restaurant license registered to Great Lakes Brewing Company Inc. was issued on April 15.

Me & Julio Inc. (175 Brentcliffe Road): a new restaurant license registered to Me & Julio Inc. was issued on April 13.

New Eden Chinese Food (1025 Coxwell Avenue): a new restaurant license registered to 1645382 Ontario Ltd. was issued on April 11.

Onezo Tapioca (297 College Street): a new restaurant license registered to 13039315 Canada Inc. was issued on April 15.

Panda Express Canada (80 Weston Road): a new restaurant license registered to Panda Express Canada Ulc was issued on April 14.

Parquet (97 Harbord Street): a new restaurant license registered to 2824722 Ontario Inc. was issued on April 13.

Tacontento Mexico Food (2603 Eglinton Avenue West): a new restaurant license registered to Sindy Johanna Moreira Macias and Cristian Tellez Gutierrez was issued on April 13.

Tao Northern Chinese Cuisine (220 Laird Drive): a new restaurant license registered to 2542771 Ontario Inc. was issued on April 12.

Tori’s Bakeshop 2020 (2188 Queen Street East): a new restaurant license registered to Tori’s Bakeshop 2020 Inc. was issued on April 13.

Twin Flames Cafe Bar Group (799 College Street): a new restaurant license registered to Twin Flames 799 Inc. was issued on April 13.

Bar Forty Seven (1211 Bloor Street West): an existing restaurant license registered to Bar Forty Seven Inc. was canceled on April 14.

Chacho’s (234 Merton Street): an existing restaurant license registered to 1905367 Ontario Corp. was canceled on April 13.

Cho Ming’s Restaurant (1711 Jane Street): an existing restaurant license registered to 1905544 Ontario Ltd. was canceled on April 15.

Flock Rotisserie Greens (97 Harbord Street): an existing restaurant license registered to 2494959 Ontario Inc. was canceled on April 13.

Grillies (641 Bloor Street West): an existing restaurant license registered to Grillies on Bloor Inc. was canceled on April 14.

Jimmy’s Coffee (100 Portland Street): an existing restaurant license registered to 2030142 Ontario Inc. was canceled on April 15.

Johnnyg’s Dinner (252 Carlton Street): an existing restaurant license registered to 10728292 Canada Inc. was canceled on April 13.

Madame Levante (821 Gerrard Street East): an existing restaurant license registered to Madame Levant Ltd. was canceled on April 15.

McDonald’s (883 Bloor Street West): an existing restaurant license registered to Lucas & Marco Inc. was canceled on April 14.

Pizzaville (95 Laird Drive): an existing restaurant license registered to 2636637 Ontario Ltd. was canceled on April 15.

Royal Noodle Restaurant (885 Jane Street): an existing restaurant license registered to 1958933 Ontario Inc. was canceled on April 13.

Second Cup (2200 Yonge Street): an existing restaurant license registered to 1810362 Ontario Inc. was canceled on April 15.

St.Louis Bar & Grill (595 Bay Street): an existing restaurant license registered to 2717312 Ontario Inc. was canceled on April 14.

Sea Taco (51 Lower Simcoe Street): an existing restaurant license registered to 1808033 Ontario Corp. was canceled on April 13.

Thaioneon King (791 King Street West): an existing restaurant license registered to 1968506 Ontario Inc. was canceled on April 13.

Whale Juice & Blends Store No.2 (346 Yonge Street): an existing restaurant license registered to 10747831 Canada Corp. was canceled on April 15.

About this report

This report was automatically generated using open data from the City of Toronto. Please note that a new restaurant may not open to the public until some time after it is issued a license, just as a restaurant may have closed to the public some time before its license is cancelled. A restaurant found to be operating without a valid license will be issued a notice to comply, and failure to comply may result in fines and other penalties. In 2021, 96 complaints were submitted via 311 regarding restaurants operating without a valid license, according to the city.

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