The culture behind the culinary.
Brunch in Toronto is largely driven by neighbourhood. The chances of you dragging your butt to Leslieville from the West End to stand in an hour-long line at 11:00 AM are pretty slim. Let’s face it — you’re probably going to head down the street to the place you always go. Then again, if you ever find yourself on someone’s else’s turf, here’s a list of places you should give a try, even if it’s just for another take on Eggs Benny. A good brunch place should provide something interesting and fun, without being stupid. Bonus points if they can manage an efficient and generally stress-free line (or even better, reservations!). Average price between $20-30 a person.
Tried and True:
On my Radar:
Note: Bareburger, The Saint Tavern, Lola’s and L’Ouvrier are all now closed! The Carbon Bar has also stopped offering brunch. So long, former favourite brunch spots.
Last Updated: January 2019