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Wondering where to brunch in Toronto? If you ask us, the perfect Sunday morning involves a decadent breakfast meal and a sparkling mimosa. So, where do we head for brunch in Toronto? We’ve rounded up our favourite mid-morning restaurants, along with suggestions on exactly what to order!
3401 Dufferin Street (Yorkdale Mall); website
A furniture store might seem like an unlikely spot for brunch, but the cafe inside the newly opened Restoration Hardware at Yorkdale is one of the hottest spots to eat right now! Not only is the food great, but the decor is breathtaking. The tables inside the courtyard cafe are nested underneath crystal chandeliers and olive trees, and their rooftop deck has panoramic views of downtown.
What To Order: Truffled Grilled Cheese and a cold-pressed juice
85 Hanna Ave; website
With the exception of their legendary pancakes, the menu here is filled with savoury dishes. Choices like “Huevos Monty” and “The Manhandler” are bursting with flavour, and hearty ingredients like black bean ref riots or flat iron steak.
What To Order: Mrs. Biederhof’s Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes and a Pink Mimosa
563 Bloor St W; website
With seven different versions of Eggs Benedict on the menu, it’s no surprise that Insomnia snagged a spot on our list. You can keep it classic with bacon and hollandaise sauce, or go wild with their chipotle pulled pork version! Either way, you’ll never leave hungry.
What To Order: Isabelle Benedict, and a Sunrise Mimosa
892 Queen Street West; website
Casual and old fashioned – exactly what we’re looking for on lazy weekend mornings! Rose & Sons is legendary for their classic (and generous) brunch meals.
What To Order: All Day Breakfast
70 Fraser Avenue; website
The brunch menu at School includes all of your favourite comfort foods – kicked up a notch! They have a great balance of sweet and savoury here, sometimes even in one dish. Diner classic like poutine, burgers and chicken & waffles all get the breakfast treatment here.
What To Order: Super Cheesy Bacon French Toast
53 Scollard Street; website
Buca may be everyone’s favourite Italian restaurant, but did you know they do brunch too? Savory Italian dishes topped with poached eggs make for a fantastic meal – especially when paired with a speciality coffee!
What To Order: Uova Cacio e Pepe
550 Wellington St W; website
Feelin’ French? Colette Grand Cafe is the perfect spot for a fancy schmancy brunch with your girlfriends! Between the “strawberry & brie sandwich” and the oysters, choosing one just one thing to eat is no easy fete.
What To Order: Croque Monsieur