Night in and night out, people flock to Terroni to enjoy the restaurant’s hearty Italian eats and luxe ambiance, making it one of the most reputable restaurants in Toronto. Now, the group behind the successful eatery is expanding again, opening Spaccio in one of the city’s quickly developing neighbourhoods.
The Spaccio concept is already a successful one, with the massive flagship spot located on Sackville St. in Corktown. There, it offers visitors traditional Italian fare, as well as a grocery section, wine, and even ready-made food for grab and go options. It originally opened in early 2020.
Spaccio is now expanding its reach, taking over the former Drake Commissary space on Sterling Rd. to bring the same goodness to the quickly developing west end. The new space will be even bigger and provide more eat-in restaurant space, while the central kitchen and commissary space work to create the same vibe as the original location. The new space will also offer guests an outdoor dining space, to enjoy pasta and more Italian eats while basking in the sunshine in the summer months.
In fact, the new Spaccio is slated to open right as patio season is in full swing, in the summer of this year. No exact date has been specified of yet, so Terroni and Spaccio fans alike will have to stay glued to the restaurants’ social pages for more information.
Spaccio’s new west end outpost is located at 128 Sterling Rd., next to the Museum of Contemporary Art.