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11 Mouthwatering Brunch Spots You Need To Visit In Hamilton

It's no secret that Hamilton has truly stepped up their game in the past couple of years when it comes to their restaurant scene.  The city is full of have drool-worthy tacos, delicious burgers, and amazing desserts.  But most importantly, they have some seriously good breakfast spots.

I have compiled a list of 11 delicious brunches you have to check out in Hamilton. Whether you're a local, or a GTA foodie looking for the next best avocado toast, we have you covered.

Make it your mission to try all 11 spots, you won't be disappointed! 

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1. St. James Espresso Bar & Eatery // 170 James St N.

This cafe's food is just as pretty as their aesthetically pleasing interior. If you're looking for a tasty Instagram opportunity, this place is your go-to spot.

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2. The French // 37 King William St.

I recently went to the French for brunch and my boyfriend said that they made the best eggs benedict he has ever had, which is a huge statement in itself (trust me). I also suggest having their smoked salmon toast, you won't be disappointed!

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3. Cannon Coffee // 179 Ottawa St N.

People go to Cannon for the coffee and stay for the heavenly waffles. Not only are they topped generously with fresh fruits and veggies of your choice, but they are also massive!

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4. Jack & Lois // 301 James St N.

Jack & Lois is the perfect destination for a hangover breakfast. They have a huge array of delicious comfort food, and portions are very generous.

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5. Radius // 151 James St S.

Radius needs to be added to your patio bucket list asap. During spring through fall they have a beautiful patio that makes for a laid-back dining atmosphere.

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6. Aberdeen Tavern // 432 Aberdeen Ave

Aberdeen Taven is the perfect place to start your Sunday. They offer modern spins on classic breakfast food that is sure to impress all foodies!

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7. Earth to Table Bread Bar // 258 Locke St S.

Earth to Table has some awesome healthy options for those of you looking to crush all your breakfast cravings. It's also in a prime location surrounded by adorable boutiques to check out after your meal!

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8. Papa Leo's // 638 Concession St. 

Papa Leo's is a favorite for many Hamiltonians, so it's no surprise that they made it onto our list. We suggest you try the sourdough french toast the next time you're in the area.

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9. Good Life Deli // 943 King St E.

The Good Life Deli is truly a bang for your buck. Everything on the menu is very reasonably priced, and the portions are huge. This is the perfect place for broke students to indulge!

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10. 541 Eatery & Exchange // 541 Barton St E.

541 Eatery is a great place to go if you're looking for some good karma and a tasty breakfast. They have a button jar that you can donate to and all the proceeds go towards feeding those in need!

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11. The Jet Cafe // 184 King St E.

The Jet Cafe is a great place for a simple, yet delicious breakfast. They offer a cozy and relaxed dining experience, which is ideal for those AM cravings.

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