10 Restaurants That Closed Its Doors in 2014
As 2014 comes to an end a lot has happened in the food scene in Mississauga but like any industry it’s time to say farewell to the below restaurants and cafes.
Here's a list of restaurants that closed their doors in 2014 in Mississauga:
After 26 years serving the Port Credit community, this place shut down on June 2, 2014. On their website (that is still up) it says it was in business for 9,581 days.
The Guilty Dog
This place was #1 on the insauga.com top 5 cafe's and coffee shops in Mississauga. Unfortunately, they closed their doors in early December.
The post-My Apartment experience will never be the same now that this place has shut down. Nothing was better than wolfing down Middle Eastern food right after a night of clubbing, but sadly Montfort closed its doors for good in early 2014.
Ten at Ten
This place was opened for about 2 months after Croc Bar went out of business. I don't think anyone will remember this place.
Tuckers Market Place
This place was another victim of the recent rapid fire restaurant turnover at Heartland. It closed their doors early in 2014. It is now Tandoori Flame.
Il Pescatore Ristorante
Once a fine Italian Restaurant with a waterfall inside, it also closed its doors in early 2014.
Enfield Fox and the Fiddle
This place enjoyed a 20-year run in City Centre, but it closed for good this summer.
Helen's Fish and Chips
Once upon a time, this was considered arguably one of the best fish and chip joints in the city. Under new ownership, the ship sank in early 2014 and never resurfaced.
Nawab Indian Cuisine
Located in Streetsville, this place was a really good Indian Restaurant that made it on the insauga.com top 5 best Indian restaurant list, but it is now no longer.
Another Indian Restaurant in Streetsville to bite the dust was Bayleaf.
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