Easter Brunch.

Easter brunch in Toronto is the perfect excuse to abandon yourself to weekend menus boasting of mimosas and buffets. Below, we’ve selected a few upscale restaurants for you to indulge in with friends and family on Easter Sunday.

Café Boulud
60 Yorkville Avenue

For $84+tax per person, enjoy fresh orange or grapefruit juice, coffee or tea, and fresh madeleines. Select from a deluxe three-course prix-fixe brunch menu with berry tartine, lemon ricotta hotcakes, duck Parmentier, and saint-honore. Just looking at the menu is making us salivate. 

100 Front Street W
11am – 2pm

For $80 per person, indulge in an EPIC brunch featuring the best of Canadian fare – from Nova Scotia Smoked Salmon, to local Ontario Cheeses, to Leg of Spring Lamb and Honey Glazed Gammon Ham. At noon, children can delight in an Easter Egg hunt with a surprise special guest, while adults can enjoy freshly shucked East Coast oysters.

Casa Loma
1 Austin Terrace

Experience the splendor of Casa Loma this Easter Sunday. At $75 per person, this will be a brunch to remember – served in the stately elegance of Toronto’s famous castle, admission to Casa Loma is included in the price.

The Omni King Edward Hotel
37 King Street East
10:30am – 2:30pm

Easter Sunday Brunch will be held in the Vanity Fair Ballroom at $89 a person. Experience brunch in this Sovereign Ballroom with original molding, floor to ceiling windows, and four teardrop chandeliers. Enjoy a plentitude of menu options including the classic Beef Wellington with Foie Gras, and market inspired creations from land and sea.

Old Mill
21 Old Mill Road

Get every bunny together for the Easter Eggstravaganza. With delicious pasta, poultry and meats, an array of seafood specialties, local and imported cheeses, and flavour abundant salads, complemented by potato and rice dishes, this buffet is available at $54.95 a person.





*Brunch descriptions taken from their respective websites