Saving Grace

Saving Grace, an ace brunch place

Brunch at Saving Grace feels like visiting a friend who has a better apartment than you, but isn't smug about it. The small, high-ceilinged room seats twenty people (many, but not all, of the hipster variety) at bright plywood tables, and a few more can oversee the room from a raised bar at mezzanine level. Most Sundays, the place is packed- but it's only a 15-minute wait, and the servers are always smiling. In the bright, airy little space, the atmosphere is pleasant and relaxed.

Saving Grace was chosen as one of blogTO's Best Brunch Spots in Toronto. Read the full review of Saving Grace in our restaurants section.


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