Toronto definitely has no shortage of tasty brunch spots to go around. Yet sometimes, especially those weekend mornings after a late night out, choosing a spot feels near impossible. The next time you’re looking to indulge in a delicious brunch at a Toronto restaurant, check out this list – we’ve done the work for you! Who knows… Maybe you’ll find your new go-to spot.
Here are 8 Toronto brunch spots that you have to try
If you’re looking for delicious brunch in the Midtown area that also gets the vibe right, you have to check out MIA Brunch Bar! Its menu is full of hearty brunch options that will leave you feeling full and satisfied. Keep in mind, this spot doesn’t offer same-day reservations, so this is one you’ll have to plan ahead!
This hangover-themed spot not only has a menu full of witty references and great ingredients (ie. Spill The Tea, fresh-to-order buttermilk pancakes) but it also is known for its totally Insta-worthy lattes. Like the Unicorn Latte and Cinnalicious to name a couple (topped with your favourite cereals)!
You may know Insomnia Restaurant and Lounge for its late-night eats and cocktails, but it’s also a great place to enjoy brunch from 10am – 3pm every day of the week! The menu includes traditional, eclectic options, as well as refreshing drinks to get your day, started off the right way.
For lovers of high-stacked pancakes, eggs benny, and other classic brunch dishes with a twist, head over to Old School on Dundas West! This restaurant is all about bringing you back to the mid-twentieth-century mentality through its dishes and good vibes.
Another brunch gem on Dundas West is none other than The Good Fork! Head over to this bistro to enjoy a relaxed-meets-sophisticated brunch experience and Middle-Eastern food influences. Even foodie, John Catucci filmed a segment here!
Head over to Figs Breakfast & Lunch next time you’re strolling Queen West with an empty stomach! Its menu is full of tasty breakfast and brunch classics that won’t disappoint.
By The Way (BTW) is a contemporary downtown bistro offering fresh and flavourful Mediterranean cuisine with an Israeli flair. Located at the corner of Bloor and Brunswick, BTW is situated in the core of the Annex neighbourhood, where it has been a landmark since 1978. It also has a large patio to enjoy while you brunch!
Vegans and Vegetarians want a fulfilling brunch too! And Hello 123 is here to serve, right on Queen Street West. You’ll never leave this spot hungry, that’s for sure!
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