bloor west village brunch

The top 5 brunch in Bloor West Village and Baby Point

Bloor West Village and Baby Point are peaceful, brunch-friendly neighbourhoods. Whether you're looking for a casual greasy spoon or a sophisticated plate of eggs paired with cocktails, you'll find something to satisfy all of your cravings in these west-side 'hoods.

Here are my picks for where to brunch in Bloor West Village and Baby Point.

Campo
The rustic menus at this restaurant on Jane are in constant influx. Caesar cocktails and lattes are staples, but keep your eyes on instagram as Campo announces new dishes there.

The Good Fork
Espresso, smoothies and freshly squeeze juices are a good way to start your morning at this up-market diner at Bloor and Jane. From there, you can both grab sweet or savoury dishes, including red velvet pancakes and roasted squash omelets.

Bloor Jane Restaurant
The Maple Leafs-themed deli does breakfast in addition to corned beef on rye. Early birds can find this quirky eatery slinging out specials and drip coffee from 5 a.m. daily.

Grillway Cafe
This old school Greek diner is a laid back spot for quick, and affordable, classic dishes. Three-egg breakfasts, pancakes, omelets and BLTs upgraded with an egg each come in at $10 or less.

The Kennedy Public House
Buttermilk pancakes slathered with maple bacon butter, pulled pork omelets and a daily breakfast sandwich are among the brunchy foods at this Bloor West spot.

What did I miss? Add your favourite Bloor West Village and Bay Point brunch joints in the comments.

Photo from Campo by Jesse Milns.


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