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The Best Restaurants that take Reservations for Brunch in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / March 14, 2014

brunch reservations torontoThe best restaurants that take reservations for brunch in Toronto will ensure your dining experience will be line-up free. These are the places to take your in-laws, out of town guests, and type-A friends who can't stand waiting or like to book brunch dates two weeks out.

Here is the list of best restaurants in Toronto that take reservations for brunch.

See also:

The top 50 brunch restaurants in Toronto
The Best Brunch in Toronto
The Best Splurge Brunch in Toronto
The Best New Brunch Restaurants in Toronto 2013

Farmhouse Tavern

Farmhouse Tavern

This charming spot in the Junction Triangle that takes OpenTable reservations. The farm fresh menu changes frequently but has been known to feature things like bennies, sugar stack pancakes, and fried duck eggs over duck prosciutto or foie gras. More »

Origin King East

Origin King East

Book a table on OpenTable for a celebratory weekend brunch at this King East restaurant and expect to enjoy luxe preparations of french toast with duck confit or poached eggs over corn beef sweet potato hash. More »

Lisa Marie

Lisa Marie

Bypass the queue by booking ahead at this weekend brunch destination on Queen West. Keep the good morning going with orders of double pancake pork burgers or fried hen ‘n’ cornbread waffles. More »

Beverley Hotel

Beverley Hotel

On OpenTable too, this boutique Queen West hotel is happy to takes reservations. Once seated order a basket of house-baked breads and pastries stat while mulling over options like lobster grits, bone marrow canoes, and braised short rib breakfast burgers. More »

The Saint

The Saint

This tavern makes brunch on Ossington easier than ever with the convenience of OpenTable reservations. Make note for next time you’re brunching in large groups, The Saint offers a 4-person mixed grill spread featuring ham steak, skirt steak, bangers, eggs, potatoes, biscuits, and beans. More »

THR & Co

THR & Co

Pizza for breakfast, bennies on brioche, and chimichurri beef cheeks with fried eggs are all on the menu at this handsome Harbord Village restaurant. OpenTable reservations are just a bonus. More »

Table 17

Table 17

Brunch along Queen East generally promises long line-ups - unless you plan in advance and book a spot at this quaint neighbourhood bistro. Settle in for seasonal scrambles, pain dore, or poached eggs over tomato stew and make it a leisurely morning. More »

Queen and Beaver

Queen and Beaver

This public house on Elm Street is well loved for traditional full English breakfasts, Scotch Woodcock, and buttermilk pancakes topped with peanut butter ice cream. Brunch time resos are welcome via phone or email. More »

Parts & Labour

Parts & Labour

Sunday brunch at this Parkdale hot spot is even better when not preceded by a lengthy wait. Reserve a table online via OpenTable and reward yourself with The P&L, a house specialty comprised of pancakes, pork belly, maple trotters, and fried eggs. More »

Patria

Patria

Potato omelettes and BLTs made with jamon and manchego cheese are easy favourites at this Spanish tapas bar on King. Reservations are handled via OpenTable or direct with the accommodating restaurant staff. More »

Smith

Smith

House doughnuts, lobster topped deviled eggs, and mascarpone loaded crepes are the reward when you guarantee a table at this Church destination. Call the restaurant directly to brunch book in advance. More »

Skin + Bones

Skin + Bones

This Leslieville restaurant does porchetta bennies, buttermilk fried chicken sandwiches, and a ploughman buffet. Online reservations powered by OpenTable make brunch a breeze. More »

Discussion

11 Comments

BillyO / March 14, 2014 at 02:29 pm
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Great list. Patria should be ranked a lot higher. Origin and Table 18 are wonderful as well
Angie / March 14, 2014 at 03:37 pm
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brunch reservations are my jam. Is there really any better feeling than the schadenfreude that comes with bypassing the hungover masses and gliding to your table? I live for that shit.
Laura / March 14, 2014 at 03:44 pm
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I was able to make a large group reservation for Sunday brunch at Karelia Kitchen at Bloor/Dufferin and it was absolutely delicious!
Maria / March 14, 2014 at 10:16 pm
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Try Aviv in the anne on Dupont St. They take small and large parties with free parking. The food is delicious and healthy.
Muna / March 15, 2014 at 11:20 am
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Farmhouse Tavern is the best brunch spot in this city, hands down. I'm still drooling just thinking about our the eggs benedict and the steak and eggs. BEST. PLACE. EVER.
Lynn / March 15, 2014 at 10:46 pm
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Doug's Public Kitchen is first rate, offers an organic, vegan, & gluten-free menu on Sundays, and takes reservations - definitely worth checking out!
Richard / March 16, 2014 at 03:15 am
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Marben is now doing a Spanish style of brunch,had it last week it was to die for
sw / March 17, 2014 at 02:40 pm
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It may not be considered "cool," but Hunters Landing at Cityplace takes reservations for lunch, and the food is delicious. Not cheap though.
chelsea / March 17, 2014 at 11:07 pm
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may I suggest Scallywags on st.clair?
Larry / March 21, 2014 at 03:48 pm
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Reply to MARIA. I totally agree. Their brunch is tasty with efficient no attitude service. AVIV is awesome.
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