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The Best Brunch in Toronto by Neighbourhood

The Best Brunch in Toronto by Neighbourhood

The Best Brunch in Toronto by Neighbourhood

Looking for the perfect brunch spot in Toronto? Well, you've come to the right place. After sleeping in on a weekend morning, the last thing you want to do is struggle to find somewhere ideal to drown yourself in coffees, mimosas, and all the best brunch indulgences you can think of.

Though you might find yourself waiting in line at a couple of these goodies, it'll undoubtedly be worth the wait. From decadent eggs bennies to stacks of pancakes piled high to boozed-up bevies, this list of the best brunch spots in Toronto -- sorted by neighbourhood -- will certainly come in handy for you and your go-to brunch-bunch.

679 Lansdowne Ave

Baddies

Baddies

Open daily; this cafe serves up creative brunch fare in a chill setting with whitewashed exposed-brick walls. They also always have an assortment of baked goods made in-house daily, including sausage rolls, muffins, cookies and even COPS doughnuts!

28 Gristmill Lane

Cacao 70

Cacao 70

If you're in the mood for chocolate, this spot is the place for you. From fondue platters to waffles, to smoothies, to crepes, to pretty much anything you'd find in chocolate heaven, this café is perfect for when you need a little sugar rush to wake up and start your day.

189 Augusta Ave

Egg Bae

Egg Bae

A Toronto-based eatery specializing in the craft of breakfast sandwiches. All of their sandos are made with a freshly baked bun, organic free-range eggs and are topped off with premium ingredients, like spicy bacon, cured citrus pepper salmon and pork belly sausage. Be sure also to order yourself a side of hash brown or a side of tater tots!

485 King St W

Baro

Baro

The weekend brunch menu at this spot for creative Latin dishes is filled with interesting -- and delicious -- options, like Dulce de Leche Waffles, Panquecas and the Chori Papa with chorizo, potato and chipotle aioli.

85 Hanna Ave #104

Mildred's Temple Kitchen

Mildred's Temple Kitchen

This modern spot with a simple menu and open concept kitchen is perfect for gathering with friends and indulging in some of the best brunch the city has to offer. The wild blueberry buttermilk pancakes are legendary, but so are the biscuits, scones and warm buttery croissants.

70 Fraser Ave

School

School

One of the cities most beloved brunch spots serving up decadent brunch in a school-like setting. You can't go wrong with anything on the menu, but we recommend the Krispy Krunchy French Toast, or the famous Black n' Blue Flapjacks with a shot glass of maple syrup on the side.

1095 Yonge St

Bar Centrale di Terroni

Bar Centrale di Terroni

Located on the northeast corner of Price and Yonge street, this café below Terroni offers a unique Italian brunch menu that includes breakfast gnocchi, pastries and eggs.

The Best Brunch in Toronto by Neighbourhood

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The Best Brunch in Toronto by Neighbourhood

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Looking for the perfect brunch spot in Toronto? Well, you've come to the right place. After sleeping in on a weekend morning, the last thing you want to do is struggle to find somewhere ideal to drown yourself in coffees, mimosas, and all the best brunch indulgences you can think of.

Though you might find yourself waiting in line at a couple of these goodies, it'll undoubtedly be worth the wait. From decadent eggs bennies to stacks of pancakes piled high to boozed-up bevies, this list of the best brunch spots in Toronto -- sorted by neighbourhood -- will certainly come in handy for you and your go-to brunch-bunch.

Annex

Bloordale

Cabbagetown

Church and Wellesley

Corktown

Distillery District

28 Gristmill Lane

Cacao 70

Cacao 70

If you're in the mood for chocolate, this spot is the place for you. From fondue platters to waffles, to smoothies, to crepes, to pretty much anything you'd find in chocolate heaven, this café is perfect for when you need a little sugar rush to wake up and start your day.

Dundas West

Financial District

Financial District

Kensington Market

189 Augusta Ave

Egg Bae

Egg Bae

A Toronto-based eatery specializing in the craft of breakfast sandwiches. All of their sandos are made with a freshly baked bun, organic free-range eggs and are topped off with premium ingredients, like spicy bacon, cured citrus pepper salmon and pork belly sausage. Be sure also to order yourself a side of hash brown or a side of tater tots!

King West

Leslieville

Liberty Village

Little India

Little Italy

Midtown

Ossington

Parkdale

Queen West

Riverside

Roncesvalles

Rosedale/Summerhill

The Beaches

The Junction

Trinity Bellwoods

Yorkville