Best Brunch Spots in Toronto Worth Planning the Weekend Around

Brunch Spots in Toronto

The best brunch in Toronto can be found every day of the week. Saturday brunch is the best time to gear up for the night ahead, Sundays are perfect for relaxing and a weekday brunch is a rarefied treat designated for ad hoc time off.

It doesn’t matter so much when you do it, but where you do it. And whether you skew more toward breakfast or lunch, these are the best brunch destinations in Toronto.

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Here are the best Brunch Spots in Toronto

1. Dirty Food Eatery

Dirty Food is owned and operated by partners Jon & Leslie, a dynamic duo driven by their united passion for food, hospitality, and cooking.

From bacons to baked goods and pickles to preserves, nearly everything is made-in-house.



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Client Reviews
Been here many times and it's probably the best brunch spot ever! Amazing layered crispy potato home fries, and an always-interesting menu. Don't skip out on the fried green tomatoes and Caesar cocktail! Great thick & lemony hollandaise, and love their chicken and waffle specials. Also their cinnamon buns are a yummy treat. On top of this, their service is always so friendly. <3
Address: 3070 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6P 1Z7, Canada

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2. Emma's Country Kitchen

Emma's Country Kitchen is a little slice of breakfast heaven tucked into St. Clair Avenue West.

From classic brunch favorites, house-cured meats, freshly baked biscuits, delightful donuts, and signature brunch cocktails they have it all.


Client Reviews

Went to this brunch on a whim and had to be put on a waitlist since it was so popular. It was worth the wait!!! The staff were very friendly and personable. The best part was the buttermilk biscuits I had with my eggs benedict. So much flavour and my companion said their buttermilk pancakes were great as well. Definitely a great place to have your brunch. Did I mention buttermilk??


Address: 810 St Clair Ave W, Toronto, ON M6E 1A7, Canada



Phone: +14166523662

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O’SOMAE provides a new and exciting brunch option that includes many non-traditional ingredients that will surely excite all types of foodies.

Their café offers fresh indigenous ingredients, promoting local farms and businesses. All of our dishes promote from-scratch cooking. They also brew their own coffee.



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Client Reviews

Really really delicious chicken and waffles!! The chicken was perfectly cooked and juicy on the inside. The waffle was also really good - soft and fluffy, with perfect amount of sweetness to go with the chicken. Everything on the plate went really well together and I was pleasantly surprised at how much I loved the dish!
Address: 357 Broadview Ave, Toronto, ON M4M 2H1, Canada
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4. Luna Junction

Luna, previously a staple in the Queen West Neighbourhood has been creating delicious & healthy  Mediterranean-inspired food for over 20 years.

Luna Junction continues where Luna cafe left off while allowing us to offer so much more.



Client Reviews

So glad we stumbled on to this restaurant for brunch! I've been looking for a great spot in the neighborhood with gluten free and healthier options for eating out. Also love that their meat is from Ontario farmers and hormone/antibiotic free. I'll definitely be back for dinner and oysters sometime soon!
Address: 2800 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6P 1Y5, Canada


  • Ashleigh Bandimere

    Ashleigh Bandimere is a Freelance Foodie & Travel Writer who loves all things travel! She takes advantage of every opportunity to get away, Ashleigh is always ready for her next adventure.