7 Toronto Patios Where You Can Get Back To Brunching At Last
Set your alarms!
Set your alarms, because it's finally time to brunch again. You can leave pancake-making to the pros and enjoy some of your favourite breakfast spots once more. Call up your closest friends and plan an early-morning outing to one ofASAP.
Celebrate the return of brunch by visiting one of these.
Many of Toronto's popular breakfast spots are opening and you can indulge in all sorts of spectacular dishes.
Mildred's Temple Kitchen is always a good spot for pancakes, and the venue announced that it will be taking reservations for weekend brunch as of Canada Day.
Thejust opened the largest waterfront patio in the city, and you can enjoy weekend brunch while gazing out across the water.
If you celebrated the reopening of bars a little too hard, then head over to The Morning After, where you can bite into meals that will cure any hangover.
You can also head toaway from the city centre for some peaceful meals outside.
Start planning your order and book a spot at one of these early-morning venues.
It's a good idea to check the website ahead of time, as some spots require reservations in advance.
Cuisine: Classic breakfast & lunch
Address: 348 Front St. W., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: Enjoy brunch classics like eggs benedict, waffles, pancakes, and more at this spot with a CN Tower view.
Cuisine: Preservative-free breakfast
Address: 25 Lower Simcoe St., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: This floral spot has an expansive menu including all-day breakfast, vegan options, and signature brunch cocktails.
Address: 88 Fort York Blvd., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: This hangover-themed brunch spot is the perfect remedy for a late night at the bar. You can sip colourful cereal lattes on the patio that just got a new mural.
Mildred's Temple Kitchen
Cuisine: International fare
Address: 85 Hanna Ave. #104, Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: This staple early-morning eats spot will soon be taking reservations for weekend brunch.
Cabana Waterfront Patio
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Cuisine: Upscale international fare
Address: 11 Polson St., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: Enjoy a meal on Toronto's largest waterfront outdoor patio this summer. You can also take a dip in the pool for the perfect date with your friends. Be sure to reserve ahead of time.
Cuisine: Seasonal comfort food
Address: 268 Howland Ave., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: This spacious patio is opening for brunch service on the weekends, and you can even build-your-own eggs benny.
Cuisine: Creative comfort food
Address: 70 Fraser Ave., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: Indulge in pancake stacks and cheesy bacon french toast to celebrate the return of brunch dates. Reservations are recommended.