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13 Greasy Breakfast Spots In Toronto Perfect For Your Hangover

Because bacon cures all.
13 Greasy Breakfast Spots In Toronto Perfect For Your Hangover

We all know that feeling after a wild night out. You wake up and immediately 3 thoughts run through your mind: where's the washroom, where am I and where can I get the best greasy breakfast to cure my hangover?

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Nothing cures a hangover quite like fluffy pancakes, eggs, greasy bacon and coffee (all at the same time). Check out these mouthwatering breakfast places in Toronto that will help cure your hangover stat:

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Coach House Restaurant // 574 Yonge St

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Mars Food // 432 College St

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Bloor-Jane Diner // 2434 Bloor St W

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George St Diner // 129 George St

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Good Bite Restaurant // 2463 Yonge St

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Aris Place // 229 Roncesvalles Ave

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Patrician Grill // 219 King St E

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Aunties & Uncles // 74 Lippincott St

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Sunny Morning // 1392 Yonge St

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Sunset Grill // Yonge and Richmond

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Denny's // 121 Dundas St

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Eggspectation // 20 Albert St

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