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The Best Caesars in Toronto

The Best Caesars in Toronto

The Best Caesars in Toronto

Scouring the city for the best caesars? The most outlandish, decadent and over-the-top monstrous creations? We've compiled a list of Toronto's best caesars. Whether you’re trying to cure a hangover or you simply want a drink to pair with your meal -- be it brunch, lunch or dinner -- the classic Canadian caesar has got you covered!

The typical caesar -- which resembles that of a Bloody Mary -- consists of vodka, hot sauce, Worcestershire sauce, Clamato juice and to top it all off, a celery salt-rimmed glass and a garnish of celery stalk. However, most restaurants, bars and pubs across the city serve the classic caesar but with a twist. No matter what the variation is -- in terms of the garnish and spices of the cocktail -- these places are sure to help you quench your thirst. The only drink that is equal parts beverage and meal, here are our picks for some of the best caesars in Toronto.

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1

85 Hanna Ave #104

Mildred's Temple Kitchen

Mildred's Temple Kitchen

Toronto’s beloved place for blueberry pancakes also has a reputation for their caesars. With three on the menu to choose from, they’re the perfect accompaniment to any brunch dish. The celery is thinly shaved and placed in an intricate bundle on top as a garnish.

3

82 Fort York Blvd

Hunters Landing

Hunters Landing

Elevate your brunch experience with the fanciest caesar you’ll ever have. The Landing Cure, topped with a lobster tail, pizza slice, jalapeño havarti, bacon, vegetables and pickles, is only $16. They also have a regular caesar available during the weekdays as well.

11

17 Tank House Lane

Pure Spirits Oyster House & Grill

Pure Spirits Oyster House & Grill

This seafood restaurant in the Distillery District has an entire 'Hail Caesar' menu dedicated to their over-the-top caesars. One of their creations -- the One-Eyed Willy -- is infused with squid ink, resulting in a dark black beverage, which is then topped with various seafood and real gold leaf.

The Best Caesars in Toronto

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The Best Caesars in Toronto

Shania & Peony Wong

Shania & Peony Wong

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Scouring the city for the best caesars? The most outlandish, decadent and over-the-top monstrous creations? We've compiled a list of Toronto's best caesars. Whether you’re trying to cure a hangover or you simply want a drink to pair with your meal -- be it brunch, lunch or dinner -- the classic Canadian caesar has got you covered!

The typical caesar -- which resembles that of a Bloody Mary -- consists of vodka, hot sauce, Worcestershire sauce, Clamato juice and to top it all off, a celery salt-rimmed glass and a garnish of celery stalk. However, most restaurants, bars and pubs across the city serve the classic caesar but with a twist. No matter what the variation is -- in terms of the garnish and spices of the cocktail -- these places are sure to help you quench your thirst. The only drink that is equal parts beverage and meal, here are our picks for some of the best caesars in Toronto.