Is there any better way to wake up on the weekend than by enjoying an extravagant brunch? Food trends come and go but bottomless mimosas are always in style. Every year, new brunch restaurants pop up in Toronto that it can be difficult to choose where to go. We’ve got you covered— here are the best brunch spots in Toronto!
1. LOV - 620 King St W Suite 102
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The beloved Montreal vegan chain has brought its upscale charm and Insta-worthy dishes to the Six. LOV stands for Local, Organic, Vegan and these values are at the heart of every dish from their tofu scramble, to vegan lox, and their Blue Lavender Lattes.
2. Dirty Food - 3070 Dundas St W
Don’t be turned off by the name, this Dundas West spot is your go-to for gluttonous comfort food like buttermilk chicken and waffles, salmon jonny cakes, and mouthwatering house cinnamon buns.
3. Almond Butterfly – 790 Dundas St W
Renowned for their gluten-free bakes, Almond Butterfly has some of the thickest and fluffiest blueberry flapjacks in the city. Their chic decor and even more gorgeous plates make this a must-try.
4. Maison Selby - 592 Sherbourne St
Looking for a sophisticated French bistro experience? Maison Selby is your go-to spot for cocktails, caviar, Coq au Vin, and classic French omelettes, of course.
5. Lady Marmalade - 265 Broadview Ave
Currently only open for takeout, this East Chinatown spot offers some of the best eggs Benedict and baked bread pudding in Toronto. They’re also known for their decadent breakfast poutine that comes with home fries, cheese curds, choice of miso gravy or citrusy hollandaise, and a poached egg.
6. Lapinou - 642 King St W Suite 102
Sometimes you just want to feel extravagant. French bistro Lapinou has got you covered with their extensive champagne list, house-made ham, duck confit, and smoked trout. Note that brunch at Lapinou is a set price that includes four items for the table and a choice of mains.
7. Aunties & Uncles - 74 Lippincott St
Known for their heaping platters of pancakes and challah sandwiches, this cozy, retro-style diner is a reliable spot for comfort food, reasonable prices, and to cure your hangover.