Family Day Brunch Toronto

10 restaurants for Family Day brunch in Toronto

Brunch is the perfect way to take advantage of the extra day off this Family Day Weekend in Toronto. After the excitement surrounding All-Star weekend and the inevitable Valentine's Day hangover, it's totally reasonable to want to spend the day with loved ones, even if you're counting mimosas and eggs among them.

Here's a roundup of restaurants serving brunch this Family Day in Toronto.

Emma's Country Kitchen
The St. Clair restaurant will be dishing out its famous Hangover Helper along with other brunch-time fare from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Family Day.

The Depanneur
Thick Cut Brunch is on for an extra day at this College Street kitchen. The menu boasts mix and match selections plus sweet and savoury flapjack stacks featuring the namesake thick cut bacon.

Beast
Wind down the long weekend with an extra day of breakfast sandwiches and challah French toast served 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on holiday Mondays at Scott Vivian's restaurant on Tecumseth Street.

Lisa Marie
Cure your post V-Day hangover with an double pancake pork burger at this Queen West establishment that's serving an extra day of brunch on Monday.

Cocoa 70
Head to this chocolate-centric spot in the Distillery District to take advantage of their week-round brunch menu. Savoury items including egg dishes and cheesy crepes are in no short supply, but the thing to get here are the sweets like the waffles drizzled in chocolate and sprinkled with candied hazelnuts, toffee bananas and vanilla ice cream.

Portland Variety
Earlybirds will find the cafe at this King West restaurant open at 7 a.m. on Family Day while brunch service featuring favourites like brioche French toast and fried egg bravas are on offer between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Cafe Boulud
The fancy French restaurant in Yorkville has extended its Sunday brunch menu for Family Day. Spend the extra day off sipping bellinis and splurging on dishes like steak tartare, lemon ricotta hotcakes and duck confit hash.

Maha's
The popular Egyptian brunch spot on the east side is closing a couple hours early on Family Day but fear not; you'll still be able to get your sunny eggs with foole and basturma scramble from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Federal
The Dundas West eatery wants you to bring the whole fam on Monday between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. for brunch featuring watermelon rhubarb mimosas and French toast with foie gras.

The Drake Hotel
Celebrate the holiday Monday at this West Queen West hotel serving brunch from 11 a.m.. You'll find the menu flush with fried chicken and waffles, Bennies and more.

Photo at Maha's Jesse Milns


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