It's Monday and summer, so I see no better excuse for day drinking on a patio! Caesars are the prime beverage to nurse a hangover or to celebrate happy hour much earlier than intended. These 11 ridiculous caesars can be found all around the city, but we have made things a little easier by supplying you with a list! Get out there and celebrate accordingly Toronto, it would almost be rude not to.
1. Hunters Landing // 82 Fort York Blvd.
The Landing Cure is one of the most decedent caesars in the city. This absolute monster is topped with a lobster tail, pizza slice, jalapeño havarti cheese, bacon, veggies, and house pickles.
2. Rock Lobster // 538 Queen St W.
Rock Lobster is an amazing seafood restaurant, and their caesars live up to the high expectations that the rest of the menu holds. This caesar is garnished with a full lobster tale!
Photo cred -@tiffanyljphotos
3. Rose and Sons // 176 Dupont St
This may look like an ordinary caesar, but it is not. This drink has duck salt, and kabanosy sausage to give it an extra kick and unique flavour!
4. Mildred's Temple Kitchen // 85 Hanna Ave.
What is better than one caesar? Two, obviously. Mildred's Temple Kitchen has two options of their mouth-watering caesars: the Bungalow Island Caesar and the the Canadian Caesar. We will let you decide your favourite.
5. Harlem // 67 Richmond St. E.
Harlem is home to the Bloody Jerk, AKA this beautiful work of art featured in the photo above. This caesar is jam packed with vodka, worchestershire sauce, Jamaican jerk bitters, Harlem hot sauce, horseradish & Clamato’s. Garnished with a delicious skewer of Harlem’s signature mini fried chicken & waffles and a crunchy deep fried pickle. YUM.
6. Amsterdam Brewhouse // 245 Queens Quay West
This is a great Caesar to enjoy on Amsterdam Brewhouse's beautiful patio by the lake!
The only thing that makes #patioszn better is a caesar, right?
8. Dundas and Carlaw // 1173 Dundas St. E.
Dundas and Carlaw is the home of the Sleazer (sleazee caesar). This is a perfect drink for your hangover brunch!
7. R&Ds // 241 Spadina Ave.
This is the 501 Caesar, and trust me it is much more enjoyable than the streetcar. This drink includes garlic & shiitake infused vodka, hoisin, R&D chili sauce, and Mott’s Clamato.
Photo cred -@thechasefo
8. The Chase Fish & Oyster // 10 Temperance St.
This caesar is perfect for the seafood lovers out there. This delicious drink is topped with an oyster and bacon Jam!
9. Templeton's Cafe // 319 Augusta Ave.
This is a great option for those who are not looking to drop over 10 dollars on a drink. Templeton's cafe is delicious and affordable!
10. Hair of the Dog // 425 Church St.
Hair of the Dog caesar a great option for those looking for something a little more simple. These caesars are a classic and are always jam packed with super fresh veggies. If you really use your imagination you could totally play this off as a salad.
11. John and Sons Oyster House // 56 Temperance St, Toronto
For the bacon lovers out there, this one is for you! This caesar is made with bacon/jalapeño infused vodka and garnished with crispy bacon. Did I mention it has bacon?
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