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This Italian Brunch Spot In Toronto Lets You Add $3 Mimosas To Your Meal

It even comes with an Italian donut. 🥂

This Italian Brunch Spot In Toronto Lets You Add $3 Mimosas To Your Meal

Mimosas are a brunch staple, and you can enjoy morning drinks at this Toronto restaurant without blowing your budget.

The weekend brunch at Oretta has all sorts of delicious Italian fare from focaccia to pizza, and it's basically a brunch lover's dream come true.

The menu has an option called 'Colazione Dei Campioni,' which comes with a mimosa, a dish of your choice, and a bombolone (Italian donut) for $40.

If one mimosa just isn't enough, you can add more mimosas to your meal for $3 each. Not bad for additional glasses of champagne and orange juice!

Reservations can be made online, so set your alarms and get ready to sip your weekend away at this spot.

Oretta Brunch Package

Price: $40, $3 per each additional mimosa

When: Weekends, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Address: 633 King St. W., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Enjoy cheap brunch beverages at this spot, which serves authentic Italian fare in a stylish setting.


This article has been updated.

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