Businesses on the Move

A bright new season is here! Soon, Bronte will be in full-bloom, patios will be packed with people sharing meals and making memories – and our streets will be bustling with visitors who are out enjoying the beauty of the neighbourhood.

Spring reminds us how beautiful change can be, year after year.

On that note, it’s our pleasure to share some of the exciting business happenings unfolding in Bronte where everything you need can be found.  

The Flavour Fox is back! Visit their new location at 2464 Lakeshore Rd W.

Trias Gallery is temporarily closed for renovations and expected to re-open in late-spring.

Bronte Harbour Physiotherapy is now open at 78 Jones St (level 2).

Shine Waves Spirituality is now open at 2395 Lakeshore Rd W.

Carabella European Fashion is now open at 2469 Lakeshore Rd W.

South Oak Dental is opening at 125 Bronte Rd, Unit 150.

LBC Financial Group & Gallery is opening at 11 Bronte Rd, Unit 36.

Zara’s on Wheels food truck is opening at 79 Jones St.

Patio season begins May 1 and runs until November 1.

Coming soon! A new coffeeshop, wine bar, tattoo parlor, spa & laser clinic, clothing boutique and piano lounge. Visit Bronte today to check-out the exciting changes unfolding in the neighbourhood. We can’t wait to welcome you.

Interested in joining our thriving community on Lake Ontario? Bronte has several available spaces for businesses that are interested in opening or relocating.

Check out the list of businesses we’re missing and would love to see in our district:

  • Specialty fresh food, like a bakery, cheese shop, deli or butcher, organic, seafood
  • A bottle shop, beer store, LCBO or wine store
  • General merchandiser with a broad assortment
  • Hardware store
  • Casual dining and pubs, in particular, family-oriented restaurants
  • Shoe repair
  • Post office
  • Community & cultural services, like a theatre or music lounge
  • Apparel stores, including kids & men’s
  • Bars and breweries, including a craft brewery with onsite brewing
  • Year-round market hall with multiple vendors; think Vancouver’s Granville Island Public Market or Toronto’s St. Lawrence Market or Paris’ Wincey Mills
  • Travel agency

Want to learn more? Connect with the BIA.