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Ontario's Hidden Limestone Courtyard Is A Dreamy Summer Brunch Spot

Make your way through the alley and discover this little oasis!

Sundays are for besties and brunch. If you’re looking for a beautiful patio restaurant in Ontario where you can sip mimosas in style, we’ve got just the place. Bordered by rustic limestone walls and gorgeous greenery, Chez Piggy is a hidden oasis in the heart of Kingston, Ontario.

Tucked away in a little courtyard off Princess Street, you’ll need to wander through a vine-covered alley to reach this little gem.

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But, we promise it’s worth it, and once you’re there you’ll probably never want to leave. 

The restaurant patio is currently open and serving brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. 

With items like rum banana french toast, eggs benny, and lemon caper fish cakes, there’s a little something for everyone here.

The brunch menu also features a variety of “adult juices” from classic mimosas to cucumber gin concoctions, so you can wash your meal down with a boozy beverage.  

Your mouth will water looking at the lunch and dinner menu that’s available daily starting at 11:30 a.m., as well.

So if you’re looking to take full advantage of Ontario’s patio season, you need to add this spot to your list.

The limestone walls give this spot a unique vibe that we love.

And a forest of plants adds a pop of colour and livelihood that surrounds you while you eat. 

It’s truly dreamy.

Menu prices range from roughly $15 to $39 and there are a handful of vegan options on offer. 

You can make reservations online through the Chez Piggy website or over the phone.

If you want to check the daily specials before you arrive, be sure to check out the restaurant's website too.

Happy brunching!

Chez Piggy Restaurant & Bar

Price: 💸💸💸

Cuisine: Globally inspired dishes

Address: 68 Princess St., Kingston, ON

Why You Need To Go: This gorgeous Kingston patio is filled with history, good food, and even better times.