Summers 5 Most Talked About New Openings
Here are the 5 most talked about new openings that happened this summer in Mississauga based on page views on insauga.com:
Chatime is a Taiwanese bubble tea franchise that opened its first location in Taiwan in 2005. It's a new school teahouse decked with simple, modern decor and boasts pop music-blaring speakers
4 - New Openings - 229 "A Unique Late Night Option"
229 is a new late-night-eats-joint that recently opened in Port Credit on Canada Day. Executive chef Christian Kerkmann, who is a Mississauga boy himself, is the man at the forefront of this unique menu concept -- one he felt inclined to create to "solve late night hunger problems."
3 - New Openings: Melt Grilled Cheese Streetsville
Melt Grilled Cheese is tucked away in a plaza located in central Streetsville. Despite not having street front location, I'm sure it won't be long that this Canadian franchise attracts locals near and far. Its another location to join the late-night-eats-crew of restaurants open late (until 3 am on Fridays and Saturdays).
The highly anticipated Mississauga Bier Markt Square One is set to open its doors Wednesday, June 25. Bier Markt is a beer lover's hotspot that's renowned for many things, including the incredible selection of beers (or biers) from over 30 countries, a European-inspired made-from-scratch menu, year-round musical performances by live bands (often local) and wait list-worthy patios that fill up super fast!
1 - Burger's Priest
The gates of heaven open and you can hear the angels sing in Mississauga....aaaaaaaaaaahhh. It's finally our chance to dig our teeth into the incredible burgers without having to endure the sometimes painful drive to the T.O. locations, especially the most popular ones that Mardirosian calls "The High Priest" and "The Priest".
- Speed cushions to be installed on four Mississauga roads
- Massive $50 million mansion in Mississauga is being used to film Amazon's "The Boys"
- House of the Week: $6.5 mil home with wine cellar and outdoor kitchen
- Still no answer from feds as eight more flights and 67 rows affected by COVID-19 at Pearson Airport in Mississauga
- BREAKING: Mississauga and Brampton reporting record high COVID-19 cases today