After giving up ____ for lent, you’re probably looking forward to some long weekend brunch chockfull of calories. We’ve rounded up the best Toronto restaurants open Easter Sunday and serving breaky and mimosas!
The Easter long weekend is around the corner with hopefully some spring weather to follow. Yes, it is a time to spend with your family (womp womp), but don’t fret. You don’t have to slave over the oven all day in order to impress your mom and dad, nor will you have to go on an Easter egg hunt looking for places that are open. Instead, we’ve compiled a list of our favourite Toronto restaurants that will be serving up brunch Easter Sunday 2016. Good luck deciding between all of these mouth-watering menus.
Available every Saturday and Sunday between 11am to 2pm starting March 26th, Bagel Feast at Momofuku Daishō includes freshly baked bagels, scrambled eggs, smoked trout, lamb sausage and a green salad, assortment of spreads and more for $25.00 per person. If bagels aren’t your thing, try Daishō’s á la carte brunch menu which features steak & eggs, eggs benedict, breakfast sandwiches and pancakes.
Montecito will is open every Sunday from 11am to 3pm with farm-to-table brunch. Prices are $39.00 per person, $19.50 for children aged 6 to 12 and free for children 5 and under. The brunch buffet includes a carvery station, seafood bar, custom omelettes and pancakes, and a baked goods/desserts area. Anticipate a few extra special surprises, treats for kids, and $5 mimosas and caesars. Reservations are recommended for Easter Sunday.
This Liberty Village hotspot offers a plate of blueberry pancakes that may be one of the most decadent brunch dishes in the city. With other menu items ranging from freshly-baked scones to crunchy granola to Huevos Monty and their famous “Manhandler” (sliced striploin on garlic sourdough with eggs and arugula), your Easter brunch has never tasted so good.
With locations on Roncesvalles and Ossington, La Cubana offers delicious food with a Latin flare. Pressed egg sandwiches, dulce de leche french toast, and sides like rice and beans are served at this Cuban diner with a throwback vibe.
Open for brunch from 9:30am-3pm, this family-friendly restaurant is located on Roncesvalles and serves home-style comfort food in a cool and cozy ambiance. The friendly staff will make your brunch experience as delightful as the food is.
Rose and Sons
This trendy restaurant on DuPont offers a revamped brunch menu that features innovative dishes like eggs benny carved with Perth pork and fries. Brunch is from 9am until 3pm, but if you have trouble getting a table at this hotspot, don’t worry. Simply mosey on over next door to Rose and Sons’ sister restaurant, Big Crow or Swan on Queen Street West.
Colette Grand Café
Colette Grand Café celebrates the essence of French style. Between 10am and 4pm on Easter Sunday, they’ll be offering their classic brunch buffet which features an omelette station, seafood platter, meat charcuterie board and other delicious offerings. Prices are $75.00 per adult and $28.00 per child. Don’t forget to pick up a few Easter macarons for dessert at Colette’s Bakery, too!
Head to the heart of the Annex for one of Toronto’s most popular brunch spots. Served from 9am until 3pm, Insomnia’s brunch menu offers a spread of classic international comfort foods paired with season cocktails. What better way to end your weekend than with syrupy pancakes and a spiced hot cider?
Farmhouse Tavern has a quaint kitchen feel that makes it the perfect spot for Easter brunch with your family. Feeling adventurous? Try the buckwheat waffles topped with crispy frog legs. Not your thing? Order the eggs benny or strawberry pancakes. They’re open from 11am to 3pm on Easter Sunday with a variety of uniquely delicious menu items – you will not be disappointed. One thing we can all agree on? Their signature Farmhouse Caesar is a must.
Located on a charming block of Wellington Street in downtown Toronto, Le Select offers traditional French cuisine in a Parisian bistro setting. In true French form, their brunch is best paired with a champagne coupe off their extensive wine and cocktail list. Be sure to order a glass or two. Bon appetit.
Satisfy your sweet and savoury cravings on Easter Sunday by heading down to Old School on Dundas St. West. Join them between 9am and 3pm to indulge in over-the-top dishes like cheesecake stuffed french toast, waffles topped with pulled pork and baked beans or a sky-high stack of flapjacks. Don’t forget to add an applewood pork sausage on the side – your stomach will thank you!
Known for their incomparable French cuisine, Cafe Boulud is serving up brunch on Easter Sunday from 10:30am until 3:30pm. The Yorkville hotspot will be offering an elevated three-course brunch menu for $75.00 per person. Can’t make it Sunday? Head there Monday between 11am and 2:30pm to enjoy the same delicious spread.
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