The Best Late Night Breakfast in Toronto
The best late night breakfast restaurants in Toronto are magnets for the drunk, tired and hungry when all other businesses are sleeping. While you might not remember that greasy plate of bacon and eggs in the morning, your full stomach will assure you that you had a good time.
Here are the best late night breakfast in Toronto.
This 24-hour diner on Dundas West is an ideal spot for breakfast at any hour of the day. Stave off that impending hangover with stacks of buttermilk pancakes, eggs in a basket and big egg breakfasts packed with maple sausage, strip and peameal bacon, fried mushrooms and/or tomatoes. More »
Fried chicken-and-waffles and three-egg scrambles with home fries, toast and breakfast meats are among the many good reasons why club-crawlers choose to end debaucherous nights at this 24-hour restaurant. More »
Another reliable 24-hour institution is this chain of retro diners. Breakfast here isn't just available all-day, it's on the menu all-night long too. Your options here include an extensive lineup of eggy standards, pancakes, waffles and corned beef hash. More »
Satisfy cravings for fried egg breakfasts, open faced bagels smothered in scrambled eggs, ham and melted cheese, or omelettes flecked with fresh veggies at this reliable destination on Yonge Street. More »
When the munchies beckon after hours, head to Dundas West for indulgent takes on familiar fare. Standouts include hot cakes slathered in whipped brown sugar butter and layered with strips of candied bacon, along with cheesecake-stuffed French toast and pulled pork piled on top of waffles. More »
For those times when you're still operating in another time-zone, this 24-hour airport-area eatery has got you covered. Let the sound of eggs sizzling seduce you and eat 'em alongside a steak, Polish sausage or with toast, home fries and your choice of bacon, sausage or ham. More »
Late at night is exactly when this greasy spoon at Bathurst and Dupont excels. Stagger in to devour a plate of eggs with paprika-spiked potatoes and be thankful you probably won't remember any of it in the morning. More »
Find this delightfully cheap old-school diner on College Street slinging pancakes and cracking eggs until 3 a.m., or later on weekends. Grand slam breakfasts, cheesy omelettes and pancakes are a sure thing here. More »