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Vendors › Toronto › Restaurants › Brunch

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Weslodge Saloon

480 King St. W., Toronto

This stylized upscale take on the watering holes depicted in Hollywood westerns attracts an upper-crust clientele with premium drinks and

Union

72 Ossington Ave., Toronto

A welcoming, unfussy fixture on one of Toronto’s hippest streets. Chef Teo Paul uses seasonal, Ontario-sourced ingredients to create easygoing

The Saint Tavern

227 Ossington Ave., Toronto

Upscale-casual Canadian fare at this welcoming restaurant ranges from fried chicken with mac and cheese to roast pork belly with

The Old Mill

21 Old Mill Rd., Toronto

A grand building with historic roots. Menu includes black Angus prime rib of beef with whipped potatoes. Dinner and dancing

The Good Fork

2432 Bloor St. W., Toronto

A local dining hub in the emerging Bloor West Village, this restaurant offers up homestyle fare in a welcoming environment.

The Federal

1438 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Laidback and friendly, The Fed offers up a substantial daily brunch menu ranging from a classic Cubano sandwich to French

The Drake Hotel

1150 Queen St. W., Toronto

The artsy-chic Drake Hotel is a hub of cultural and culinary activity along Queen Street West. Trendy scenesters eat, drink

The Daughter

1588 Dupont St., Toronto

Offshoot space of popular Farmhouse Tavern has a much sleeker design than its predecessor, but shares a culinary spirit—local ingredients

The County General

798 Queen St. E., Toronto

The Queen East spin-off of Queen West’s popular County General offers up homey-chic style and comfort-food nibbles (as well as

The County General

936 Queen St. W., Toronto

A friendly joint for refined home-style cooking. Focused menu includes bar bites like a fried chicken sandwich or classic Reuben, plus

The Combine Eatery

162 Danforth Ave., Toronto

A departure from the Danforth’s lineup of Greek eateries, this food spot specializes in Southwestern comfort food. Some notable favourites

The Ace

231A Roncesvalles Ave., Toronto

Revitalizing the space formerly held by Ace Chinese Restaurant while maintaining the vintage ‘50s fixtures, this casual eatery and watering

Stockyards Smokehouse & Larder

699 St. Clair Ave. W., Toronto

What started as a barbecue smoker in Thomas Davis’s backyard is now a modern family diner and barbecue joint. Traditional

Smith

553 Church St., Toronto

This elegant yet casual restaurant specializes in signature comfort food in the colourful Church and Wellesley neighbourhood. Southern fried chicken,

School

70 Fraser Ave., Toronto

Quirky-concept bakery and restaurant is known for its hearty breakfast and brunch options, including a variety of waffles, pancakes, soups,

Saturday Dinette

807 Gerrard St. E., Toronto

Modern eatery on an ever-gentrifying strip in Riverdale neighbourhood. Owner and chef Suzanne Barr plates wholesome takes on diner dishes,

Sassafraz

100 Cumberland St., Toronto

Completely revamped after a fire, this airy Yorkville resto with a 20-foot vertical garden is a hot spot for local

Rose and Sons

176 Dupont St., Toronto

Chef and co-owner Anthony Rose took over this long-standing neighbourhood diner in late 2012, spruced it up a little, and

One

Hazelton Hotel, 116 Yorkville Ave., Toronto

This popular restaurant from super-chef Mark McEwan promises fresh ingredients cooked to perfection in the luxurious Hazelton Hotel. Simplicity is

O&B Canteen

330 King St. W., Toronto

This bustling fresh-market café at the TIFF Bell Lightbox offers hearty breakfast options, an all-day menu with high-quality salads, pizzas,
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