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The top 5 birthday brunch in Toronto

The top birthday brunch restaurants in Toronto all accept reservations, making it easy to celebrate stress-free. These spots will also let you indulge in either sweet or savory dishes and many offer delicious cocktails and brunch-time drinks at well. Bottoms up!

Here are my picks for the top birthday brunch restaurants in Toronto.

Wish

With an adorable interior, this spot will make your birthday pretty special. And if you reserve a table for six or more people, you get to dine for free. Just bring your I.D. to prove it's actually your special day.

Lavelle

What's better than a panoramic view of the skyline? Peanut brittle, Nutella French toast! Get both at Lavelle, the swanky rooftop restaurant on King Street West.

Beaumont Kitchen

Shop for your own birthday present after dining at this restaurant next to Saks at Sherway Gardens. Here, brunch features crème brûlée yogurt parfait, steak and eggs and PB&J French toast along with lots of other indulgent dishes.

Maple Leaf Tavern

This understated, yet swanky restaurant on Gerrard will give your birthday some much-needed pizazz. Head here for the relatively affordable brunch menu, which features hashbrown BLTs, buttermilk waffles and big breakfasts for two.

Lisa Marie

From the same team behind the Fidel Gastro food truck, this Queen West spot does junk food right. Stuff yourself silly with dishes like the double pancake pork burger, the bacon explosion Benny and lamb shank hash. If you're a vegetarian, you might want to skip this spot.

Lead photo by

Jesse Milns


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