The Ultimate 2016 Toronto Brunch Guide

The Ultimate 2016 Toronto Brunch Guide

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Brunch is the weekend's saving grace. From boozy to vegan, dim sum to Mediterranean, these are the best weekend brunch spots in Toronto to satisfy nearly every craving in the book.

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    Bring a lot of cash, everything from the appetizers to the desserts & espresso is good. Cod croquette, chorizo/pork belly/pulled pork sandwiches were really good, Cuban corn on the side is phenomenal -- Andy M via Foursquare
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    Great food; great service. However, sometimes the devil's in the details. Prices aren't shown on the blackboard...ask, lest ye be surprised. And if you want jam for your baguette, it's $0.50. -- Mark Orlan via Foursquare
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    Order the Fran's Grilled Cheese Sandwich (that's double cheese, folks!) and add sauteed onions, tomato & bacon for a hearty lunch treat! AWESOME! -- Barbara Lavadinho via Foursquare
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    One of Queen West's standouts is a former 19th-century Trunk Railway lodging that had fallen on hard times before being renovated. A different Ontario artist decorated each of the 37 guest rooms. -- Travel + Leisure via Foursquare
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    Wow! Without a doubt the best thing I put in my mouth the whole trip. Amazing, totally worth the 1.5 mile walk. #toronto #brunch -- Fred Cadena via Foursquare
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    Aunties & Uncles is the ultimate brunch spot for the late riser who curses those who restrict the consumption of eggs post 10:00am. Always busy and always a great atmosphere. -- What's Really Good Traveller via Foursquare
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    Had the breakfast special - smoked salmon Benedict. Delicious! Simple, tasty food. Loved it! Chilli sauce is amazing and they sell it in jars. Highly recommend this spot. -- Maeve Strathy via Foursquare
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    Ask for the French bartender Thomas to make you one of his amazing iced coffees. I'm positive he puts crack in them they're so good and addicting... -- Bianca Ker via Foursquare
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    Options include pickerel tacos, house-smoked salmon & a drink called the Mighty Canuck, which, in of itself, was worth the lunch at this new Bay Street haunt. -- AskMen via Foursquare
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    Who says you can’t have poutine for breakfast? Not this east side brunch spot. Theirs comes with baked hashbrowns, miso gravy and aged cheddar. This breakfast of champions is only served on weekdays. -- Porter Airlines via Foursquare
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    2nd Saturday of every month check out Bump N Hustle... Toronto's longest running boogie!!! Dj's Paul e Lopes & Mike Tull (Tull'ski) -- Mike Tull via Foursquare
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    Ah, brunch; the breakfast of champions. Mildred Pierce had been doing brunch for years, even before it was the thing to do. It’s a classic. [Eater 38 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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