Keep the good times rolling with Toronto’s cheapest Caesars

Torontonians have long treated their Sunday morning hangovers with an indulgent brunch and a boozy Caesar, thus making the city’s selection decisively competitive. If you’re still reeling on your bar tab from last night, keep calm, because knocking back a glass of the beloved Canadian cocktail doesn’t have to break the bank. Here’s are some of our fave spots in Toronto offering unconscionably cheap Caesars.

The Lakeview

1
1132 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1X2

Only three things are certain in life as a Torontonian: the ineptness of the Maple Leafs, the unreliability of the TTC, and that no matter the time of day, even Christmas morning at 3 am, the Lakeview will be open. Keeping our brunches buzzing since 1932, ol’ faithful serves daily $4 Caesers before 5 pm (3 am is before 5 pm, right?)

Pogue Mahone Restaurant

2
777B Bay St, Toronto, ON M5G 2C8

This College Street standout has the sordid designation of offering the city's cheapest Caesar. The sprawling Irish pub is a best-bet for brunch without a wait on a Sunday morning, with Caesars priced at an alarmingly affordable $3 each and every weekend

Pour House Irish Pub

3
182 Dupont St, Toronto, ON M5R 2E6

This temple to all things tipsy is certainly worth the trek up to the Annex – or more specifically, the pilgrimage. Head here for "Salvation Sundays," where they're saving the besotted, one $4 soul-snuggling Caesar at a time.

O'Gradys Tap And Grill

4
171 College St, Toronto, ON M5T 1P7

With some of the best hair-of-the-dog specials in the city, we love O'Grady's because it's perhaps the one place in Toronto where no matter how inhumanly hungover we are, there are a dozen people here in worse shape, due to its proximity to the U of T campus. Schadenfreude is actually the best medicine. That, and eminently affordable Caesars – $3.50 each, every Friday.

Murphy's Law Pub & Kitchen

5
1702A Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4L 1G6

Surely Murphy was on a bit of a bender when he devised his universal law of bad vibes. Despite the name, you'll find nothing of the sort at this cheerful east-end watering hole, serving up spicy headache antidotes both Saturday and Sunday for $4 a pop.

Hurricanes Roadhouse Restaurant

6
963 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6H 1L7

Another pub heroically pushing through to the sub-$4 range, Hurricane’s is the spot for the sports buffs among us. Hangover-nursing Leafs fans can typically be found in this Bloorcourt canteen every Saturday and Sunday, erasing last night’s epic collapse from memory, $3.50 at a time.

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