Mediterranean Charm in the Junction: Fatima’s Cafe & Bistro Grand Opening
Recession be damed, Fatima Santos, first time restauranteur brings fine, yet affordable, Mediterranean fare to the Junction – the west end district of Toronto where she has developed loyal fans from having run the Freetime corner coffee shop for years.
This, Tuesday June 23, 2009 from 5.30 pm to 8 pm, Fatima’s Cafe & Bistro invites you for a sampling of fine food along with live latin, jazz and blues by local Junction musicians, Mango Moon.
This summer, go Mediterranean, stay local. The affable restauranteur noticed a need, and an opportunity, for a Mediterranean style bistro. “I love the Junction and the people here. They appreciate food from different parts of the world. I wanted to bring a mix of different Mediterranean fare with my new restaurant to continue to serve the local residents and other Torontonians.”
The menu of French, Italian and Portuguese dishes offers a delicious array of quiches, crepes, pastas, grilled panini sandwiches and fabulous daily soups and salads.
The Mediterranean music and charming decor, creates an ambiance of friendliness where one feels transported to a seaside bistro in the old country.
Come in on weekends for organic coffee, breakfast specials and brunch. Open daily for lunch and dinner. Licensed restaurant offers an extensive wine selection. Take-out available.
Where: Fatima’s Cafe and Bistro, 3108 Dundas Street West
When: Tuesday June 23m 2009, 5.30pm-8pm
Contact: Fatima at 647-727-4550