Written by Missy Amato
Who doesn’t love waking up late on the weekend to day drink with their best buds? These 15 places will have you sippin’ on brews all day long!
KOS/ Courtesy of @snoopchannie
Kos is one of the most underrated brunch spots in Kensington Market, and also in all of Toronto. Their patio is tightly tucked away on Nassau street and their caesar drink is heavy on the liquor!
Aunties & Uncles
Aunties & Uncles/ Courtesy of @kiraisa1
Aunties &Uncles is a mom and pop shop restaurant hidden away in a residential area just north of College Street. This boozy brunch location is best known for their amazing and unique egg tacos! Grab a tasty taco, a brew, and your best gals pals for this stop!
Bonjour Brioche/ Courtesy of @jackiesaik
French cuisine is often hard to come by in Toronto, but this one stop makes up for just that. Bonjour Brioche is located on Queen West and offers both french pastries, as well as full fledged meals. Try one of their Provencal style omelettes this weekend with your besties before checking out the city.
Rose and Sons
Rose and Sons/ Courtesy of @roseandsons
After a heavy night of drinking downtown, it’s best to soak up all that extra liquor with some deep fried foods. Rose and Sons is ideal for just that. This dive diner located in the heart of the annex offers burgers, fries, and all of your deep fried dreams!
George Street Diner
George Street Diner/ Courtesy of @katiewxbb
If you’re a New Yorker, or anyone craving the New York breakfast staple of bacon, egg, and cheese, this spot is perfect for you. Their breakfast sandwiches are perfect for anyone who is looking for a fast fix of breakfast before heading to a day time bar crawl.
Parisco/ Courtesy of @tanyaprokop
If you’re looking to class up your weekend with fine foods and wine from France, Parisco is your dream come true. Located near the CNE grounds on Fort York, Parisco is hard to find, but definitely worth the search. Order a cappuccino or a glass of white with a luxurious Parisian crepe.
Farmhouse Tavern/ Courtesy of @jaim3lam
It’s hard to escape the anxiety of the city, but this diner will help you get out of the downtown core, if only in for your breakfast. This country themed restaurant offers up some hearty, and heavy entrees. The greatest thing about Farmhouse Tavern is that the menu regularly changes, meaning you’re always in for a huge surprise with every visit.
La Cubana/ Courtesy of @bali_bassi
Not to oversell, but La Cabana is one of the best brunch spots this side of Lake Ontario. Cubana offers chimichurri steak and eggs, chorizo hash, and breakfast flavors you’ve never even heard from. Brunch might be during the day, but this meal will still be a party.
Morning Glory/ Courtesy of @souta23
Corktown is one of the most up and coming neighborhoods in Toronto, and one reason might just be this joint. Morning Glory is a homey and quaint getaway that will fill all of your foodie cravings. The set menu allows for the restaurant to perfect their dishes, but they will also accommodate any dietary requests!
Gutso 101/ Courtesy of @goodasgoldblog
Italian for breakfast anyone? Who doesn’t love a glass of vino with their eggs? This brunch spot features egg pizza, poached eggs, as well as other Southern Italian cuisine dishes. Bellissima!
Hey Lucy/ Courtesy of @_champagnemamiog_
Hey Lucy might be a chain, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t one of the best places to bring your lady friends. Their location on King West even has a rooftop patio that is perfect for taking “morning after drinking” selfies with your girlfriends.
School/ Courtesy of @nvllmr
If hipster is your jam, you can’t get any more hipster than this Liberty Village spot. Their set brunch menu offers tingling taste bud options, and even include healthier options like a kale salad. But, it’s not the food that makes this place amazing! Their caesars come complete with bacon inside!
These twelve locations prove that only Toronto offers up an amazing boozy weekend brunch! Orders up!