If there’s one thing that Toronto bloggers are serious about, it’s their brunch. “Brunching” is a verb for this polished crew, and the criteria for the perfect brunch spot is unanimous: beautiful bright spaces, artistically plated food, and quirky vignettes that will brighten up any Instagram feed. Never mind the fact that the food must be delicious – these bloggers need fuel because those photos won’t take themselves!
Mother’s Day weekend calls for experiences that are above average. Veer off the well-travelled restaurant path and check out these local spots to give your mom that extra bit of ambience and pampering. Whether it’s a five-star high tea, buttermilk biscuits, an iconic diner, or plenty of pie and high-grade fare, here’s our top picks for brunch and sweet treats fit for a queen.
Still in hot pursuit of a brunch reservation for Easter weekend? We’ve got the run-down on who will be toting their three-course prix-fixes, brunch buffets, and good ol’ a la cartes. From a French brasserie in Yorkville to a boutique Hotel on West Queen West, there’s a slew of superb spots to get fed and get festive this weekend family or friends. [Photo courtesy of Café Boulud]
You’ve read about Toronto’s age-old brunch spots of culinary lore. Yes, they are must-attends, but there’s a slew of newcomers quickly ascending to legendary status among brunch connoisseurs. From inspired Mediterranean mezze-style breakfast, to your good ol’ Canadiana café, here are Toronto’s new essential brunches. [Image credit: iStock.com/Rouzes]
There are three cardinal rules when it comes to Mother’s Day brunch: book early, choose a spot with an inspired interior and great food, and most importantly, get ready to foot the bill. If you’re on the hunt for the perfect spot for Mom, these Toronto restaurants are hosting classy buffets, prix-fixe, and a la carte brunches worthy of the lady of the hour. [Image by PHOTOPHILCRO - Phil Crozier; courtesy of Maman]
The only thing better than brunch is a buffet brunch. Waking up late on the weekend and filling your plate up with steaming trays of fresh, hot favourites sounds like a winning formula. The only question is: what kind of food do you fancy? Toronto’s multicultural cuisines like Chinese, Jewish, Indian, Italian and Canadian are just a few of the tasty options you’ll find on this list. [Image credit: iStock.com/MaximShebeko]
April is National BLT month. What better way to celebrate than share my top five choices in the city!
Move aside oatmeal, there’s a new breakfast bowl in town. What started as the açai bowl craze – an ice cream meets smoothie bowl, rich in antioxidants – has evolved into all sorts of flavoured inventions. If you’re looking to start your day with more fruits and veggies, or craving a colourful smoothie bowl topped with fruits and grains, here’s where to find them in Toronto. [Image credit: iStock.com/Mizina]
In a multicultural city like Toronto, it’s easy to find delicious eats from far and wide. Hogtown boasts fare from the Philippines to the Middle East to Scandinavia. Most people don’t know that the restaurants which serve the best international suppers also do brunch, too. Here’s where you’ll find the best globally inspired brunches in the 6.  [Image credit: iStock.com/Eurngkwan]
From Kensington to Bloordale, Toronto does veg brunch right with rich comfort food, nutritious options and good old-fashioned brunch gluttony. We’ve got your top brunch spots for chowing down on hearty vegan and vegetarian eats. Pair it with a mimosa, Caesar, craft beer or coffee and get ready for the most important meal of the day. [Image credit: iStock.com/KarinaUrmantseva]
Brunch is a staple in many Torontonian’s weekly routine and during patio season these brunch hotspots take full advantage of their patio space. From massive rooftop patios to snug street-side seating, here are the best patios for brunch in Toronto!
From a jazz brunch to complimentary mimosas and a chic brunch in a historic castle, Toronto always has a variety of Mother’s Day brunch options. Treat your mom to an elegant meal at a chic venue this year – here are the best bets for Mother’s Day brunch in Toronto 2017. [Photo credit: Montecito by Erica Salyi-Pannozzo]
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