What better excuse could possibly exist to plan a get-together with family and friends? Even better, restaurants will be rolling out special menus and all you can eat buffets just for the occasion.
Here's a selection of restaurants that serve Easter brunch in Toronto for 2014.
- The sold out Yum Cha! Dim Sum Fest is happening Sunday, April 13 from 11am to 6pm at the Chinese Freemasons Association, (436 Dundas St. West, 3rd floor). Didn't get a ticket? No worries - tickets go on sale Monday for Yum Cha 2, which takes place Sunday, May 4 at 36 Wagstaff Dr. (next door to Leftfield Brewery).
- Khao San Road (326 Adelaide St. West) celebrates the Thai New Year with their annual Songkran Water Fight Festival on Saturday, April 12. Celebrate by getting soaked and chowing down on grub from La Carnita, Come and Get It, Ardor Bistro and more.
- Bunner's Bake Shop celebrates the launch of their new cookbook with a party at Get Well on Tuesday, April 15 from 6pm to 8pm. Go for free arcade games, vegan and gluten-free treats and cookbooks for purchase.
- Susur Lee's new restaurant Luckee, located in the base of the Soho Metropolitan Hotel, is now open and serving all-day dim sum on weekdays and dim sum cart service for brunch on weekends.
- Bampot Bohemian House of Tea & Board Games is in soft opening mode as of this week, with limited opening hours starting at 5pm.
- The Passenger, from the same team behind The Beet, is now open for dinner and drinks at 2968 Dundas St. West.
- Speakeasy 21 opened this week at 21 Adelaide St. West on the main floor of Scotia Plaza.
Today, after a year of producing only small batches of their brews and maintaining only one regular account in their neighbourhood, Liberty Village Brewing Company is rolling their beer out to bars across the city.