Toronto’s The Atlantic Restaurant Closes Its Doors


TORONTO — After five years in business and multiple concept changes, including a “pay-what- you-can” model, Toronto-based The Atlantic restaurant has closed its doors, reports Toronto Life.

The Dundas West restaurant first opened in 2010, and was known for its eccentric menu offerings, which included snails and crickets with a focus on seafood and vegetable-based dishes. The restaurant served its last meal last month.

Owner/chef Nathan Isberg has left the restaurant business for now, but will continue working with food at Niagara’s Pearl Morissette winery, where he is set to create a new on-site dining room featuring a farm-raised and grown menu. []

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