An iconic Toronto diner and neighbourhood staple is gearing up to permanently close its doors following 45 vibrant years in business.
The Rosedale Diner, located at 1164 Yonge St., has been winning over locals since 1978 with its eclectic decor and bistro comfort food with a Middle Eastern twist.
The nostalgic diner is known for serving up all your classic hearty brunch staples, including buttermilk waffles, French toast, and Eggs Benedict, alongside their legendary burgers and shakshouka.
In a heartbreaking announcement on Instagram, owners Dubi and Esti Filar revealed that the diner would be closing its doors as they settle down for retirement.
Iconic Toronto diner is permanently closing after 45 years – BlogTO, November 20, 2023