The best way to celebrate the arrival of the weekend is a long, well-deserved brunch. Whether you prefer classic breakfast items or unique twists on familiar brunch foods, there’s a brunch spot for you in Edmonton. These are the top places in the city to gorge on eggs Benedict and waffles while sipping a mimosa.
If you’re looking for a round up of the best places to brunch – this is your list! Whether you’re on a tight budget, or you have some extra change to spare on a mimosa, this list will have you covered for the best places to eat on the weekend.
Mother’s Day is a time to celebrate that special woman who helped you become the person you are today. Don’t make Mom cook this May 8 – instead, treat her to an epic buffet or prix fixe brunch for Mother’s Day 2016. These restaurants are all serving up something special for a day to remember. [Image credit:]
Welcome 2017 with a hearty, decadent brunch, lovingly prepared by a chef (zero work, zero clean-up for you), Whether you celebrate with your family or a close group of friends, a festive brunch is the perfect way to wrap up the holiday season and start the New Year.
After the presents are unwrapped, continue your 2016 Christmas celebration with a lovely brunch at one of these Edmonton restaurants. Whether you prefer a buffet or a multi-course set menu, there’s a brunch out there to satiate your need for eggs and holiday cheer.
With any dietary restriction, people often think skipping out on the standards sacrifices flavour, but being vegan isn’t about giving something up – it’s about embracing the natural flavours and experiences that the earth can give you. Luckily, Edmonton has some serious vegan game and offers some delicious vegan breakfast and brunch options. [Image credit:]
However you choose to celebrate the Easter holiday, chances are it will involve food in some way. Treat yourself (and your family) to a decadent brunch on Sunday, April 16. These restaurants offer amazing a la carte or buffet brunches – all of the deliciousness, with none of the work. Some places even hold Easter egg hunts afterwards!
The perfect morning-after breakfast or brunch food. They’re easy to make but nothing tastes quite like when you order them up at a diner. Griddlecakes, flapjacks, hotcakes, pancakes - regardless of what you call them, they’re pretty awesome with some butter and maple syrup.
Brunch is the best meal of the weekend – it brings all of the best parts of breakfast and lunch together in one tasty package. Enjoy a gorgeous brunch with your whole family at these Edmonton restaurants – they’re all kid-friendly, with food mom and dad will love too.
Brunch is probably the best meal of the day (or weekend). It has it all - some breakfast, some lunch and a whole lot of awesome. Eggs and steak? No problem. Chicken and waffles. Got ‘em. Crepes, pancakes, French toast, waffles and eggs any style. You know it. Rise and shine and come out to enjoy a little Saturday mid-morning fare.
The French take on the American pancake, the crêpe is a very flat pancake served with a variety of fillings – some sweet, some savoury. Although probably the simplest French recipe, it’s rather easy to make a less-than-stellar crêpe, so we’ve scoured the city to find you the best and most delicious around. Bon appétit!
French toast is all about simple ingredients coming together in an elegant way to create a breakfast food that never disappoints. These spots have French toast dishes that range from classic to complicated but they all have one thing in common: delicious decadence.
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