Best in The 6ix: 5 Brunch Hotspots you didn’t know offered Bottomless Mimosas

Hey there, it’s your resident Brunch Queen here for another roundup of how to enjoy one of the best meals of the weekend.  As if brunch wasn’t awesome on its own, a few restaurants in Toronto have decided to make the experience even better by pairing brunch with bottomless drinks.  Think mimosas, caesars, bellini’s or whatever boozy beverage you choose to pair with your eggs benny.  These can be hard to find in this city of our but that’s why you have me.  Here are my picks for places to get your brunch and booze on.

1. La Société

La Société is actually one of my favourite places for brunch in general.  It has all your classic brunch dishes with a French twist and the venue is just stunning.  Photo opps as far as the eye can see. Also, who doesn’t want lobster with their eggs benny?  You can take your French brunch up a notch by adding bottomless mimosas for two for $35. Oui Merci!

 

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2. Ricarda’s

Ricarda’s is one of the newer spots that has opened up in the Entertainment District and they often feature a variety of promotions like their happy hour or special tapas menu.  Their brunch menu has a Mediterranean flare which I’m a big fan of but there are still some trendy items like your classic Avocado Toast. On Sundays, head over for their Jazz Brunch where you can take in a 3-piece jazz band with an all you can eat AND all you can drink buffet for $98 a person.  Bonus, if you have kids, they have dedicated Kids Play Zone to keep them busy while you get your brunch and booze on.

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3. Macho Radio Bar

Macho Radio Bar is probably best known for their easy-going vibe and Mexican fare but their brunch comes with an extra special treat.  Brunch dishes are a combo of classic Mexican flavours with an American influence. I’m actually a fan of their Huevos Rancheros. For $22 you can get any of their brunch items plus a glass of bubbly with a selection of juices.  Bonus, every additional glass after is only $2. That’s as close to bottomless as you can get here.

 

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4. Fox and the Fiddle City Place

The Fox and Fiddle is probably your most casual option for brunch with all the pub style dishes you could ask for.  Can I say perfect hangover cure? If you believe that having a drink to cure a hangover is the best option, then you can also take advantage of their $30 pitchers of mimosas.  

 

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5. TOCA inside The Ritz-Carlton

I’m not usually the biggest fan of buffets, especially buffet brunches, but if it’s a buffet at The Ritz, I’ll take it. TOCA Restaurant has launched their Saturday Brunch Buffet which features a huge selection of decadent foods like a massive fresh seafood bar, grilled trout, herb roasted chicken and pasta.  Don’t worry, you can still get your favourite brunch classics like eggs benny, bacon and sausage. At $64 a person including the bottomless mimosas, you’re definitely in for a treat!

 

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Bottoms up!

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