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Table 17 is set to close next month

Table 17 is set to close next month
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After seven years of service, Table 17 is closing. The popular Riverside restaurant will serve its last meals on July 11. Owner Erik Joyal says his other spots, Ascari Enoteca and Hi-Lo Bar, will continue to operate, quenching Queen East’s thirst with Italian wine and craft beer, respectively. The closure fuels rumours that Joyal, along with business partner John Sinopoli, will be moving just a few doors down into the Broadview Hotel (once the home of Jilly’s). The revitalized strip club (which will look like this once Streetcar Developments is done with it) is expected to have a restaurant on the ground floor with a boutique hotel above, à la The Drake. Joyal says he’s unable to comment on what’s happening next, but he did say there’s a “very exciting new project for the future and we look forward to sharing our plans in the months to come.”

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