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  • Walking through the doors of 1 Hotel, one might feel as though they’re in familiar territory. Located at the site of the former Thompson Hotel, 1 Hotel Toronto is the first Canadian property by 1 Hotels, a luxury hotel brand inspired by nature. The brand currently has properties scattered across North America, in major cities

  • Nothing says weekend-ready like a fruity drink paired with a morning brunch. Aviator Danforth is just the place with specialized weekend brunch menus and afternoon tea. The bistro’s brunch menu offers a variety of large dish meals from smoked salmon to macaroni and cheese to lasagna. Small dishes include nachos and charcuterie. Located on Danforth’s

  • Cafe Neon Queen is the third location in the Cafe Neon family. With one location in Bloordale and the other in the Junction Triangle, this spot is known amongst many Torontonians. This cosy cafe at Queen and Ossington has great breakfast, brunch and lunch offerings. The coffee is provided by Sam James Coffee bar and

  • 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

  • The original musical brunch can be found at Free Times Café, home to Bella, Did You Eat Yet?, a spectacular Jewish-style, all-you-can-eat brunch with loads of delish latkes, blintzes, lox and much more — feast away while listening to live klezmer music: $19.95. If your family is concerned about how you terrorize a buffet, rest

  • Madame Levant

    Chef Himi Hunaidi has been cooking up her concept for modern Levantine eats for years now, and after studying in the south of France, running a farm-to-stroller cooking class in Los Angeles, and catering events in Toronto, her restaurant Madame Levant has opened in Leslieville. Each menu item is tied to a piece of Hunaidi’s

  • MIA Brunch Bar

    MIA Brunch Bar is just south of Eglinton on Yonge and is serving up some seriously good breakfast. Open seven days a week, the morning and afternoon hangout is a bright and cheerful kind of space. The menu consists of some classic brunch staples with a twist, as well as a slew of great cocktails

  • Patisserie La Cigogne

    La cigogne, or stork, is a symbol of the Alsace region of France, where it is thought to bring good luck. At Patisserie La Cigogne, French master pastry chef Thierry Schmitt aims to provide Alsatian delicacies from the land of the stork. Traditional French desserts, like croquembouches, pastries, breads and chocolate, have earned La Cigogne a

  • Scenic Coffee and Brunch

    A group of Scarborough-raised millennials, having worked and travelled the world, returned to open Scenic Coffee and Brunch after realizing there is no place like home. They serve locally roasted and ethically sourced coffee as well as classic brunch staples with a Japanese flare, like a tamagoyaki omelette and yuzu eggs Benedict. Plus the avocado

  • Sisters & Co

    Sisters & Co is a cheerful brunch spot located in Trinity-Bellwoods. Co-owners Hilary, Michelle and Vivian have been friends for over 10 years. They consider themselves to be as close as sisters, giving Sisters & Co its name, and founded the restaurant to celebrate their shared passion for food and hospitality. Sisters & Co specializes

  • Sophie's Kitchen

    This cheerful Leaside restaurant is known for its tasty, affordable lunches and brunches. With a bright, cozy interior decorated with citrus motifs, Sophie’s Kitchen is a welcoming spot for friends, couples, and families alike — owners Hayley Edwards and Robbie Sabato named it after their own daughter, Sophie. The menu offers a crowd-pleasing mix of

  • The Good Fork

    The Good Fork, a dinner and brunch spot has relocated from Bloor West village to Dundas West. Brunch features typical brunch fare, like bacon, eggs and pancakes, whereas dinner leans more Middle Eastern. For something different try the octopus skewer. A drinks menu features beer, cider and a variety of cocktails for dinner or, if

  • The Green Wood

    East enders already know the Green Wood as a bright, inviting destination for thoughtfully-made breakfast and brunch fare; but with its second location the Green Wood expands its reach as well as its food offerings, adding dinner to its menu line-up. The Green Wood strikes a balance between hearty and wholesome, offering menus focused on

  • True True Diner

    A revamp of True True pizzeria, which formerly occupied the space, True True Diner is a modern diner helmed by chef Suzanne Barr (who previously ran the kitchen in Gerrard East’s now-shuttered brunch spot Saturday Dinette). Black-and-white photos depicting key moments in the civil rights movement line the restaurant’s white subway tiled walls — a

  • No city loves brunch like Toronto, and no place does brunch like Wilder. This sweet café calls the Junction neighbourhood its home and provides diners with nutritionally dense meals made from whole foods. The menu ranges from dishes like the Thai green chicken curry rice bowl to the fig, rosemary and lemon honey ricotta sandwich,