The best spots for Easter brunch in Toronto.

Sleeping in, binge watching episodes, and brunch. This Easter weekend, indulge in the delicious meals and great company around you. In a city crazy about brunch, this Easter weekend will take it to a whole new level – so make sure you make your reservations! Whether you’re looking for a formal dining experience or a simple and cozy cafe, these are our top brunch destinations this Easter weekend.

Old Mill

Enjoy the historic Old Mill’s famous brunch while taking in beautiful views of the Humber River. Suitable for larger parties, you and your crew will enjoy a heated buffet and a special visit from the Easter Bunny. Make your reservation soon – the Old Mill books up fast!

King Rustic

Located near King and Strachan and normally known for its comfort food like burgers, tacos and cajun fries – King Rustic will be launching their brand-new Sunday brunch on Easter weekend. Spoil yourself with dishes like raised short rib benedict with béarnaise as your ears are served a delicious serving of live Jazz. Tables can be reserved by email.

School

This Liberty Village staple is known for boasting some of the best brunch the city has to offer, with fan favourites like french toast and pancakes. What could possibly make brunch better? $2 mimosas! Be sure to get there early if you want to snag a table.

Craft Beer Market

Craft beer and brunch ­– name a better duo. On April 21 and 22 until 4pm, this massive beer hall in the Financial District will have a special brunch event featuring delicious fried chicken & waffles, farm fresh egg skillet, classic breakfast meats, and more – all served family style.

The Alpine

This stunning spot has flown under the radar as a go-to brunch destination; and we’re about to spoil the secret. Featuring a special brunch menu from 11:00am – 3:00pm, enjoy a cozy cabin-style beer cabin with crowd favourites like smoked salmon and herb cream cheese on a soft pretzel.