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10 restaurants for Easter brunch in Toronto in 2016

Easter brunch in Toronto is the perfect excuse to indulge. These festive long weekend menus boast mimosas, buffets and spring-time specials that are best enjoyed with friends and family.

Here's a selection of restaurants that will be serving Easter brunch in Toronto this year.

Globe
Reserve a table at this bistro on The Danforth on Sunday. There will be a $29 three-course prix fixe menu for adults, while kids under 12 can enjoy a $10 menu that includes treats from the Easter bunny.

The Drake Hotel
Those looking for brunch on Easter Monday can count on this West Queen West hotel. Served from 11 a.m., the menu will be available in the corner cafe and at the Sky Yard. Expect classic brunch dishes, including blueberry scones, chicken and waffles and a mushroom and kale Benny.

Daisho
Momofuku's second floor restaurant debuts a bagel feast on Saturday, March 26. The large format brunch menu will feature fresh bagels, lamb sausage, scrambled eggs and smoked trout and is meant to feed a table of four (or more) for $25 per person.

Cafe Boulud
Celebrate the long weekend at this posh Yorkville spot that'll serve an indulgent three-course brunch on Easter Sunday and Monday. Priced at $75 per person, the prix fixe menu will include options such as tarte flambee, lemon ricotta hotcakes, omelette a l'espagnole, prawn paella and rotisserie chicken and waffles.

Chase Fish & Oyster
The seafood-centric restaurant in the Financial District launches its first ever brunch service on Easter Sunday. Among the standouts on the new menu are a salmon pastrami platter with creme fraiche, caviar and bagels plus a selection from the raw bar including oysters, lobster and prawns.

Lisa Marie
The Queen Street restaurant will be serving brunch on Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday. Look forward to the usual menu of double pancake pork burgers and lamb shank hash plus a festive s'mores pancake specked with mini eggs.

Montecito
Reservations are recommended for the farm-to-table brunch buffet available Easter Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., which is priced at $39 per person, $19.50 for kids 6 to 12 and free for those 5 and under. Expect to find food stations devoted to roasted meats, a fresh seafood bar, custom omelettes and pancakes, and an array of fresh baked goods and desserts.

Windup
This Trinidadian eatery on College Street will be open for brunch on Easter Sunday and Monday. The a la carte menu will feature oxtail Benedicts, spiced rum soaked French toast and cornmeal waffles with jerk chicken.

Miku
This Japanese restaurant on the waterfront will serve Easter brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.. The three-course set meal, priced at $45, will include options like chicken nanban eggs Benedict and yuzu caramel crepes. Mimosas for $5 and a kids menu for $15 sweeten the deal.

Beaumont Kitchen
Sherway Gardens might be closed Good Friday and Easter Sunday, but the O&B restaurant adjacent to Saks is open for brunch from Friday through to Easter Monday. The a la carte menu will feature PB&J stuffed French toast, beef brisket hash and avocado toast.

Photo by the Drake Hotel on Flickr.


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