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

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

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

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

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.

Hurricanes Roadhouse

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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