Easter Brunch Toronto

Easter brunch in Toronto

Easter brunch in Toronto should be an opportunity for gluttonous, stress-free consumption of rich foods. If preparing a Sunday brunch on your own isn't in the cards this year, this list of Toronto restaurants serving a sepcial Easter brunch will satisfy any craving, from standard breakfast options to meatier fare. Don't need a special Easter menu but still looking for brunch options? Look no further than these lists:

For a truly regal Sunday Easter brunch, look no further than Casa Loma's annual holiday meal served in the castle's library. It features options for even the finickiest of eaters, with an array of traditional breakfast dishes, a meat-laden carving station, salads, pastas and pastries (oh my!).

The moderately-priced 3-course prix fixe at Globe Bistro on Sunday comes in at $29, with options such as smoked trout with charred onion chutney, slow-roasted bone-in ham alongside potato gratin, and dark chocolate panna cotta as one of two dessert choices.

Enjoy a buffet-style easter brunch at Toca by Tom Brodi that's guaranteed to fill you to the gills with spring lamb, a hand-carved whole roast, salmon and an omelet station, all set amidst the luxury of the Ritz-Carlton.

The Mariposa Easter Brunch Cruise is an aquatic take on traditional Easter fare. This Sunday afternoon 2-hour tour around the Toronto harbour, complete with buffet brunch, rings in between $40-$49.

Frank at the AGO returns with their Saturday and Sunday Easter prix fixe, which packs in 3 courses for $38.

Signatures at the Intercontinental Hotel on Bloor St. will be offering a buffet Easter brunch for $58 that includes an Easter egg hunt for the kids, European and Italian salads, a seafood and barbecue station (with lamb), as well as typical brunch items like omelettes and eggs Benedict.

While not strictly an Easter brunch, Madeleine's Cherry Pie and Ice Cream has family-friendly fun Thursday-Saturday. For $25, you can decorate 6 eggs and six easter-themed cookies, and for an extra $5, you can add in a pizza and a drink. Also, be sure to pick up Easter cakes and chocolates while you're there.

Photo from Mildred's Temple Kitchen which will be open for brunch this weekend but will only be serving their regular brunch menu.


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