You know what everyone says, breakfast is the most important meal of the day! Lucky for us here in Toronto we have no shortage of amazing breakfast spots to choose from to fuel up for the busy day ahead.\nThe options are endless and almost any breakfast spot you choose in this city you'll be guaranteed a delicious meal with an unforgettable atmosphere. But there definitely are some that stand out amongst the many.\nThese spots have gorgeous interiors, cozy atmospheres and beautiful plates of food that take their breakfast up a notch!\n16. Bunny's\nWhere: 912 Queen St E // Leslieville\n@ror0roror0roembedded via\nIf you love restaurants with funny yet cute themes, this spot is absolutely perfect. They serve insanely delicious brunch foods in their cozy atmosphere with a neon bunny sign and pictures of bunnies splayed across the walls.\n15. Maha's Restaurant\nWhere: 226 Greenwood Ave // Greenwood-Coxwell\n@tastetorontoembedded via\nThis east side restaurant is already a staple in their area for their indulgent Egyptian eats! You should definitely try their Shakshuka, Egyptian Falafal dish, eggs and foole and pair it with a yummy cardamom latte!\n14. Cafe Neon\nWhere: 1024 Queen St W // West Queen West\n@curiocitytorontoembedded via\nThis simple yet adorable cafe looks like just a cafe from the front but hidden in the back is a huge seating area for brunch! They serve everything from oatmeal to eggs benedict to pancakes and amazing coffee of course.\n13. Baddies\nWhere: 679 Lansdowne Ave // Junction Triangle\n@abhishekdekateembedded via\nThis adorable spot serves up amazing coffee with gorgeous latte art and a ridiculously good brunch! Their specialty is obviously their pretty avocado toast and they also serve french toast, chia pudding, and so much more.\n12. Bonjour Brioche\nWhere: 812 Queen St E // Leslieville\n@jackiesaikembedded via\nBonjour Brioche probably has the city's best French brunch. They make their delicious baguettes in-house, serve homemade tarts and croissants, yummy quiche and so much more. The interior is super quaint and cozy and their patio is super popular and heated!\n11. Early Bird Coffee + Kitchen\nWhere: 613 Queen St W // Queen West\n@sdamianiembedded via\nEarly Bird serves probably the prettiest looking brunch in the prettiest space. Decorate with white brick walls and hanging plants you'll enjoy flower shaped avocado toast and pink eggs benedict!\n10. Cafe Cancan\nWhere: 89 Harbord St // Harbord Village\n@architectabroadembedded via\nThis spot is definitely Toronto's favourite pastel restaurant. They're a French bistro serving up some really delicious, up-scale brunch foods. You can try their truffle scrambled eggs, smoked salmon crepes, buttermilk pancakes, croque madame and so much more!\n9. The George Street Diner\nWhere: 129 George St // Corktown\n@marcinzerekembedded via\nThere's a reason this spot is featured in many popular movies, because it's got such an authentic diner feel! Even though this spot is a diner they serve amazing food that's a little bit elevated from typical diner eats plus it's a Toronto staple.\n8. School\nWhere: 70 Fraser Ave // Liberty Village\n@ssileenaaembedded via\nThis restaurant takes their cute 'school' theme very seriously. Their menu is themed after school saying and they even serve their breakfast cocktails in beakers! Their food is insanely good and definitely worth the trek to Liberty Village.\n7. Mildred's Temple Kitchen\nWhere: 85 Hanna Ave // Liberty Village\n@sin2pembedded via\nThis brunch spot offers the definition of indulgence on their menu. Every item is super decadent and delicious in a super relaxed space! You should definitely try their blueberry buttermilk pancakes, big brunch skillet, scones and biscuits and so much more.\n6. Kost\nWhere: 80 Blue Jays Way // Downtown Toronto\n@abeer_rzembedded via\nLocated on the 44th floor the Bisha Hotel is this stunning brunch spot! They are a tropical-themed restaurants that will make you feel like you're dining on a beach int the sky! Try their coconut pancakes, avocado toast, brunch bowls and more.\n5. Lady Marmalade\nWhere: 898 Queen St E // Leslieville\n@whenlifegivesumelonsembedded via\nLady Marmalade specializes in all things eggs benedict. Their menu is made up of multiple eggs benedicts with all kinds of toppings and yummy sides! They also have other amazing plates to choose form in a cute, eclectic space.\n4. Wish\nWhere: 3 Charles St E // Church-Wellesley\email@example.com via\nThis is probably one of the cutest brunch spots in the entire city. It's got a rustic yet cozy feel to it with adorable decor that will make you feel like you're right at home. Try their grilled Nutella sandwich, eggs benedict, smashed avocado toast, carrot cake pancakes and more!\n3. The White Brick Kitchen\nWhere: 641 Bloor St W // Koreatown\n@tastetorontoembedded via\nIf you're a fan of fried chicken paired with your favourite breakfast items, this is the spot for you. They make classic fried chicken and waffles, fried chicken eggs benedict, breakfast poutines and more!\n2. Starving Artist\nWhere: 810 College St // Dufferin Grove\n@to_finestembedded via\nThis spot specializes in all things waffles. They take all our favourite breakfast foods and incorporate waffles to make them unique and delicious! Try eggs benedict on waffles, a waffle sandwich, or decadent sweet waffles.\n1. Portland Variety\nWhere: 587 King St W // King West\n@shuangestherembedded via\nPortland Variety is a super charming cafe that also offers a decadent brunch on the weekends! Their brunch consists of brioche french toast, lemon ricotta pancakes, eggs benedict and more!