The Best Caesars in Toronto
The best Caesars in Toronto go down best at brunch. The Canadian-born cocktail practically runs through our veins and Toronto bars clearly feel empowered to take liberties with the recipe, sprucing up the daytime bevy with hot sauce, rimmer and obscene garnishes.
Here are the best Caesars in Toronto.
This neighbourhood joint at Dundas and Carlaw serves up a two-ounce Sleazer, i.e. Sleeze Caesars with a skewer of pepperettes and pickles looming over the bright red bevy cocktail. More »
The Caesar at this seafood shrine on King West goes perfectly with the menu of oysters and steamed shellfish. The cocktail features freshly ground horseradish swimming in Walter Caesar mix. It comes garnished with a rosy Gulf shrimp. More »
Anthony Rose's nouveau diner on Dupont dubs its Caesar cocktail the Extra Vaganza. The blend of Walter craft Caesar mix and vodka is served up in a duck salt-rimmed glass and comes decorated with a kabanosy sausage. More »
This restaurant in the Junction Triangle has established itself as a top brunch destination and Caesars are a menu staple. There are few options to choose from, like the briney smoked oyster cocktail that comes garnished with cucumbers, capers and fresh horseradish. More »
The whole family of Landing Group restaurants serves up eye-popping Caesars. The CityPlace outpost is no exception and is known to balance an entire meal on top of the cocktail. This epic garnish can include everything and anything, including cured meat, cheese cubes, pickles, pizza slices, sliders, lobster tails... you get the idea. More »
The smokehouse near Cherry Beach does its brunch-time Caesar with Clamato, fresh herbs, BBQ sauce and tamarind paste. It's all served in a rimmed mason jar and a whole smoked side rib comes as a garnish with each glass. More »
Liberty Village is home to this top Toronto brunch spot that features two types of Caesars. Choose from Mott's or Walters with vodka, horseradish, classic rim and curly celery garnish. More »
Walters Caesar mix with your choice of vodka, gin or tequila is the specialty at this Dundas West brunch spot. The rimmer is comprised of crushed Doritos and the whole thing gets garnished with gherkins, a lime wedge and even more tortilla chips. More »