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  • Bonjour Brioche

    In an effort to enjoy the last few weeks of beautiful biking weather (when it’s just warm enough to ride, but not so cold that your hands need mittens), we made a brunch stop out on Queen East. Riding down the extravagant Sherbourne bike lanes (can we take a second to just say how sad it is that there are so few of these in the city?), our destination, like many brunching east-enders’, was Bonjour Brioche.

  • Don’t let the name of this takeout joint scare you off or you’ll miss a chance at some incredible homemade comfort food! Dirty Food’s name is just a concept that highlights their focus on serving up all your favourite guilty pleasure meals. The restaurant, located in The Junction, has a weekly rotating brunch menu featuring

  • early bird- avo toast w. egg

    Early Bird Coffee & Kitchen does it all: coffee and food that are both high quality and inventive. Early Bird is known within the scene of Toronto cafés as being one of the original purveyors of specialty coffee, now almost expected in every independent café. Early Bird pays close attention to where its beans are

  • Eative Film Cafe

    This Japanese café is something out of the ordinary; in fact, there is nothing ordinary about it. Eative mixes the traditional Canadian breakfast with edgy Japanese cuisine and a splice of an espresso bar all in one. On top of the extensive list of ice creams and soft serves, this café dishes out eclectic menu

  • Egg Bae

    Satisfy your breakfast sandwich craving at Kensington’s own Egg Bae. Aptly named Eggs Before All Else, this Kensington breakfast joint is serving up perfectly crafted sandwiches with premium ingredients all day long. From the house-made brioche buns to free-run eggs and in-house prepared meats, Egg Bae is serious about good breakfast. Try the “Bae-sic” the

  • eggstatic-brunch

    The name says it all: Eggstatic is all about serving breakfast and brunch dishes to brighten your morning. Many of the dishes at this inviting Bayview restaurant have a Middle Eastern twist: Think savoury beef shakshuka waffles or scotch eggs filled with kafta beef. A wall decorated with frying pans and a sunny front window

  • Emma's Country Kitchen Toronto

    Fast friends since first working together some seven years ago, Rachel Pellett and Heather Mee had long dreamt of opening up their own eatery. The duo officially opened Emma’s Country Kitchen today as something of an ode to Pellett’s grandmother, who ran a restaurant of the same name near Caledon. Keeping things homey and simple, the kitchen serves up fresh baked goods in addition to frozen meals and a weekend brunch.

  • Emmer

    There’s nothing quite like the delicious taste of a moist and mouth-watering loaf of sourdough bread, and that’s exactly what Emmer is best known for. Before the opening of the bakery, dentist-by-day owner Phillip Haddad was testing out his recipes for years, offering test tastes to anyone who stopped by. Now, though the bakery may

  • Evviva Breakfast & Lunch

    You’re supposed to fuel up for a workout and replenish calories after, so if shopping is a workout, then the Vaughan Mills location of Evviva Breakfast & Lunch is where to eat before and after. Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere in a plushy seat and eat the food that is as good as you hoped it

  • Good Bite Restaurant

    Good Bite Restaurant remains one of Toronto’s oldest diners, with its greasy spoon roots going all the way back to 1969. The restaurant’s classic design sticks out among the upscale Yonge and Eglinton storefronts – in a good way! Step inside for the friendly atmosphere and breakfast and lunch items that will definitely hit the

  • Green Canoe

    This family-style restaurant is whipping up some of Leaside’s best breakfast and brunch every day. Green Canoe Cafe is a neighbourhood spot that opens at 9 a.m. every day and serves breakfast with a smile. The friendly and approachable atmosphere makes people want to become regulars at this breakfast joint. The menu varies between its

  • Hazel's Diner

    Located at Yonge and Lawrence, Hazel’s Diner fills a major void in the area for a quality all-day breakfast. Apparently, 90 per cent of the menu is less than $10, which suits area families just fine. All-day breakfast is just $4.99 before 11 a.m., but diners can also choose from more exotic offerings such as

  • Jack and Lil's

    Taste a mother’s love in every bite from Jack and Lil’s. The open kitchen was founded by the mother-and-son team of Lauren and Dan, the latter with professional culinary experience and the former with a sharp eye for style and fusing influences. The original Jack and Lil, Lauren’s parents, were South African, and much of

  • Lady Marmalade

    As Toronto’s population grows, so does its brunch crowd, but don’t worry Lady Marmalade’s got enough eggs Benny to go around. You might just have to wait in line to get it. The popular east end brunch spot has been serving up the city’s most sought-after breakfast since 2009. Husband and wife owners David and

  • Lazy Daisy's Cafe

    Dawn Chapman grew up eating the best the countryside had to offer. Her grandparents owned a farm in Midhurst, Ont., so for her, eating fresh, local, organic food was not something she talked about, it was simply a way of life. Now that she’s living in the city, she's planning a café that aims to show people that “the countryside is closer than you think.”

  • mildreds temple kitchen- pancakes

    In a city that loves brunch as much as Toronto, it takes a certain place to really be known amongst the masses. Chances are, you know of Mildred’s Temple Kitchen, the Liberty Village staple dedicated to locally sourced, seasonal ingredients, simply and sumptuously prepared. Perfection on a plate, Mrs. Biederhof’s infamous light and fluffy blueberry

  • Mum's the Word

    By day Mum’s the Word is serving a delightful brunch for the whole family, but once the sun goes down, this Little Italy hotspot becomes a banging cocktail bar turning out Caribbean snack foods all night long. This cafe and snack bar is super versatile. In the morning they open serving breakfast sammies, granola and

  • Ramona's Kitchen

    This cheerful Thornhill restaurant offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but it’s best known for its hearty breakfast and brunch. An open kitchen and warm wood walls give the restaurant a relaxed, welcoming ambiance. The dishes at Ramona’s Kitchen are as homey as the vibes, with the brunch menu featuring a line-up of comforting classics like

  • Saving Grace

    This quirky Dundas West restaurant is the perfect place to find some ethnic brunch fare on the weekends. Saving Grace is a simple and airy space with minimal decorations and a long lineup at the door. The menu is peppered with ethnically inspired dishes like the Salvadorian pupusa-sandwich. The traditional versions found at roadside pupuserias

  • School Restaurant

    Located in Liberty Village, School Restaurant is where you want to rush to on a weekend morning, the name notwithstanding. Recognized as one of Toronto’s favourite brunch spots, School keeps people coming in year-round with its refreshed and cosy industrial interior in the winter and its patio during the summer. If you’re not in the