,

The 5 Best Brunch Spots In Toronto

Whatever you’re craving come Sunday afternoon, you’re sure to find it in Toronto.

Sunday’s in the city are dedicated to bringing the best brunch possible to your plate. Here are 5 must-try brunch spots in Toronto to suit every taste.

The 5 Best Brunch Spots In Toronto

Photo: @hermajestyspleasure

Her Majesty’s Pleasure:

For the mother-daughter duo, or group of girlfriends looking to catch up, Her Majesty’s Pleasure is a decadent locale for a delightful afternoon. Get a manicure while enjoying fresh croissants and a Green House Juice Co. prosecco popsicle.

The 5 Best Brunch Spots In Toronto

Photo: @plantatoronto

Planta:

For vegans and non-vegans alike, Planta is a must try for anyone looking for a fantastic vegan brunch option in the city. The Avacado Toast is absolutely to die for and while you’re at it, try the Potato Hash.

The 5 Best Brunch Spots In Toronto

Photo: @colettetoronto

Colette Grand Café:

Be transported to Paris for the afternoon at Colette Grand Café. Renowned for its traditional French cuisine and delicious brunch buffet, Torontonians have made Colette a staple in their Sunday routines. Can’t make Sunday brunch? Do not fret, as they also offer Saturday brunch as well!

The 5 Best Brunch Spots In Toronto

Photo: @mildredstemplekitchen

Mildred’s Temple Kitchen:

Head on over to Mildred’s Temple Kitchen in Liberty Village for an incredible and unique experience. The menu is unlike anything you’ve seen before, every item referring to a person who inspired it like Mrs Biederhof’s Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes. The food is complete comfort and a perfect way to end a wonderful weekend.

The 5 Best Brunch Spots In Toronto

Photo: @portlandvariety

Portland Variety:

For a casual brunch filled with delicious fare and specialty drinks, Portland Variety is the place to be. Rich espresso, mimosas and lemon ricotta pancakes will define your Sunday afternoon at this King West cafe.

mm
PR girl, dirty martini connoisseur & donut enthusiast.