Best Toronto restaurants for Easter brunch

Celebrating Easter in style with friends and family has never been easier, thanks to these fabulous brunches happening around town this weekend.

Le Select Bistro

432 Wellington St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1E3

Joyeuses Pâques! From 10:30 until 3:30 pm, enjoy an elegant French 3-course brunch for just $35. The stunning Parisian-style room combined with the moderate price is enough reason to go. The only hard part? Choosing your courses – duck consommé or poached egg with avruga caviar? French toast stuffed with apples and cranberries or grilled salmon hollandaise? And of course don’t even get me started on dessert… p.s. In case that’s not enough to win you over, there’s complimentary parking.

Old Mill Toronto

21 Old Mill Rd, Etobicoke, ON M8X 1G5

Feeling like you need a bit of an escape for Easter Weekend? The Old Mill, celebrating 100 years in business, offers a quaint, out-of-the-concrete- jungle experience with its Tudor buildings and landscaped gardens. And their Easter Buffet means that you can customize your meal – indulging in your favourites and skipping over what you don’t like. Select from pickled and smoked fish, chicken, lamb, ham and beef. Leave room on your plate for fresh baked bread, rice pilaf, salads and of course, dessert. $47.95 per person, children $25.00 each (taxes and gratuities extra)

Café Boulud

60 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, ON M4W 0A4

Going to such an iconic restaurant will no doubt wow your guests. And with such a spacious dining room and attentive service, you’ll feel like a queen/king for the day. The prix fixe Easter Brunch is available from 10:30am - 3:30pm. Price - $65 per person, $35 for children ages 5-11, not including tax and gratuity.

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