There’s lots of activity happening in Downtown Oakville this fall. Construction along Lakeshore Road is progressing nicely, with a two-block pedestrian-only shopping area now open between Trafalgar and Allan Streets. As the new streetscape comes to life, we’re seeing lots of exciting new businesses open their doors. Check out these stores and restaurants that opened in September, and stay tuned to our blog for even more new business openings and updates.

The Homebody Studio – 176 Lakeshore Road East

This lifestyle store by House Warmings sells chic modern furniture, home decor, clothing and accessories. Check out their Instagram page for a sneak peek at their product offering.


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Just in! Founded and created in Toronto!! @lohnofficial candles & perfume -made from aromatic essential + coconut oil

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Orda Restaurant – 111 Trafalgar Road 

This new restaurant specializes in Uyghur cuisine – a cooking style from the Xinjiang region of China. Visit their Instagram page for a mouthwatering look at their signature dishes, including kebabs, noodles and rice.


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The Lovers Boutique – 300 Lakeshore Road East

This new specialty shop offers a wide range of adult toys and lingerie and they’re offering 20% off lingerie every Saturday this October. Click here to view their products online (adults only).

Fortelli Salon – 339 Lakeshore Road East

Originally located at Third Line and North Service Road, this family-owned salon recently moved to Downtown Oakville. In addition to cutting and colouring services, Fortelli offers spa treatments, hair removal, spray tanning and facials.

Noble Seafood – 218 Lakeshore Road East

While technically not a new business, Noble Bistro reopened in September after a six-month hiatus due to COVID-19. Now called Noble Bistro Seafood, they specialize in fish-based entrees and appetizers like seafood chowder, calamari, oysters, lobster linguine, and crab legs. If seafood isn’t your thing, there’s still plenty of non-fish options to choose from too. Click here to view their new menu.