5 restaurants that opened in Mississauga, Brampton, Oakville, Burlington and Oshawa in May


Published May 25, 2024 at 12:31 pm

5 restaurants the opened in Mississauga, Brampton, Oakville, Burlington and Oshawa

If you’re craving unique desserts, the perfect cup of coffee, juicy burgers, or fire-cooked pizza, you might want to visit the newest restaurants that have opened in Mississauga, Brampton, Oakville, Burlington, and Oshawa this month.

Marry Me Mochi

Marry Me Mochi, a dessert shop, opened its second location inside Mississauga’s Square One shopping centre. The first store launched in 2023 at 1980 St. Clair Ave West in the Stock Yards Village shopping centre.

The shop is redefining traditional Japanese mochi by blending it with the familiar shape of an American donut.

Using rice flour, these mochi donuts combine classic chewiness with a lighter, airier texture. The company prides itself on creating oil-free products that balance flavour without excessive sweetness or oiliness.

Popular offerings include “Creme Brulove” (creme brulée flavour) and “Butter Than Your Ex” (cookie butter flavour). Weekly rotating flavours include “Lychee AF,” “50 Shades of Red Velvet,” and “All My Exes in One” (covered in fruity pebbles).

The shop also serves various drinks, such as Vietnamese coffee and creatively flavoured lattes like Matcha Pandan and Taro.


Tezgah pizza burgers fries desserts Burlington

Tezgah, known for its delectable wood-fired Neapolitan-style pizza topped with gourmet ingredients such as lamb and slow-roasted pulled chicken, has officially opened its first brick-and-mortar store at 3040 New Street in Burlington.

This marks a significant milestone for Tezgah, transitioning from its beloved wood-fired trailer to a permanent location, offering a varied menu including burgers, hand-cut fries, and desserts.

New York Sliders

New York Sliders is a newly opened burger joint in Brampton at 2880 Queen St. East. It’s right next to the popular ramen spot Kinton Ramen.

The restaurant’s menu boasts signature mini sliders, Nashville-inspired hot chicken dishes, and vegan and vegetarian patties options, ensuring something for everyone.

Guests can indulge in Slider Box combos, featuring a variety of patty and side options, along with a tantalizing array of toppings and sauces like buttermilk ranch, Sriracha honey mustard, and their secret sauce.

Side options include coleslaw, mac n’ cheese, and chicken tenders. Loaded fries supreme creations can be customized with beef, lamb, chicken, or veggies.

Single Bean Coffee

single bean coffee oakville

Single Bean Coffee, located at 363 Kerr St., in Oakville, is known for its exclusive single-origin coffee selection sourced globally.

Owner Marc Anthony Atton aims to redefine coffee enjoyment by focusing on each bean’s unique story and flavour profile.

The café offers Hawaiian Kona, Jamaican Blue Mountain, and other exceptional beans, freshly ground upon order. The shop also sells a variety of pastries to go with your coffee.

The café is open Tuesday through Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Bond St. Cafe

Bond St. Café, located at 44 Bond St E in Oshawa, is a lively community hub.

The café, part of a newly renovated space alongside a lounge and two music venues (Mainstage and Two-To-Two), debuted during the Doors Open event on May 4th.

Patrons can enjoy locally roasted coffee from Stock & Crown, delightful vegan pastries from Kind Bakehouse, and Honeys premium plant-based iced creams.

Originally housing the GM United Auto Workers Union Local 222, the building underwent renovations and was renamed Bond|St Event Centre in 2020.

Bond St. Café is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekends.

Cover photo via Instagram @tezgahgourmet

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