8 of the best brunch spots in Toronto

Brunch is the best excuse to meet up with some friends or to stuff yourself with breakfast and lunch after a long night. Toronto has a number of restaurants offering brunch specials that are loved by all. We’ve compiled a list of the best brunch spots in Toronto and we’re sure you’ll agree.

Sweet, savory, and a little bit of both—you can’t go wrong with weekend brunch plans. It’s literally the best of both worlds!

Check out our list of the best brunch spots in Toronto:

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Oasis brunch at the Toronto Beach Club

The Oasis Brunch is a Mediterranean-inspired unlimited brunch service offered weekly on Saturdays and Sundays. Guests are treated to a rotating menu of coastal cuisines, including an expansive raw food bar and chef-manned porchetta carving station, as well as an array of hot dishes. These include Piri Piri Fried Chicken, Babka French Toast, Harissa Shakshuka, Seafood Paella and more.

If: Saturdays & Sundays
Where: Toronto Beach Club, 1681 Lake Shore Blvd East


This experience doesn’t stop at unlimited fizz – it also offers unlimited brunch! The all-inclusive MARKED Weekend Resort experience lets you enjoy all-you-can-eat small platters of signature dishes like Manchego Biscuit Benny, Patatas Bravas, and Brazilian French Toast.

Where: 132 John Street
If: Saturdays and Sundays, 11:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

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OEB Breakfast Co.

The colorful spot is known for its upscale breakfast and brunch staples, including Gnocchi Breakfast Carbonara and Canadian Lobster & Shrimp Crepe. For those who love the classics there’s Egg Bennies, don’t worry.

Where: 125 East Liberty Street


Stop by for an upscale Italian brunch featuring delicious dishes like Eggs Benedict, ricotta pancakes, margherita pancakes and more. If you’re looking for something a little sweeter, they have a classic tiramisu, panna cotta, and cannolo doppio.

Where: 295 Adelaide StreetW
If: Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m


Located in Liberty Village, this restaurant serves an all-day brunch every day of the week. Whether you like sweet or savory options, the menu offers the best of everything from buttermilk stacks of pancakes to chicken and waffles.

Where: 70 Fraser Ave
If: Monday to Sunday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m


This beautiful spot serves brunch classics with an Italian twist. Oretta recently added some new items to their brunch menu that are worth checking out, such as the Che Bella Burger. And if you’re interested in bottomless mimosas, it’s only an extra $28.

Where: 633 King Street W & 2131 Yonge Street
If: Saturdays and Sundays, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m

The morning after

Feeling a little lightheaded after last night? This place will get you sorted right away. This brunch menu is hangover-themed, with dishes like still fried eggs and the Walk of Shame sandwich.

Want to keep the party going? You can get a rosé sangria pitcher for $34 or mimosas of all kinds of tropical varieties. There’s even the “Here we go again” cocktail, and it’s – well, let’s just call it a version of the old “dog hair” cure for hangovers.

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Where: 88 Fort York Blvd
If: Monday to Sunday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m

Chotto matte

Chotto Matte has a new Nikkei brunch experience that takes you on an energetic culinary journey to delight all your senses.

“Discover a unique Nikkei take on brunch icons alongside free-flowing, sparkling and exclusive cocktails,” reads the description. “With in-house DJs bringing the weekend vibes, there’s no better place.”

Where: 161 Bay St
If: Saturdays from 12 p.m

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