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Toronto is mourning another restaurant casualty likely caused by coronavirus shutdowns. Boom Breakfast & Co., the popular brunch spot known for affordable mimosas and a surfeit of breakfast options, has closed its College Street location.
First opened in 2003 by Tony Cappellano, Boom Breakfast quickly became a mini-chain of three Toronto locations. A fourth site opened in Vaughn, in 2012. The casual eatery caters to families with a range of offerings from classics like French toast and variations on traditional eggs Benedict to chicken and waffles and stacked steakhouse burgers.
Though the chain’s original location is now for lease, takeout and delivery are still available from Boom Breakfast’s St. Clair site through DoorDash and SkipTheDishes from Friday through to Sunday. A full menu of all-day options, including egg-heavy dishes and various sweet selections, are a perfect way to get any weekend started.