Morning After is a brunch spot offering hulking portions of hangover cures and a sprawling patio.
Tucked around the corner in the strip of businesses directly across from Canoe Landing Park, this restaurant sits at the heart of the CityPlace complex.
If you're one of the nearby residents who might have had a little too much to drink on King West the night before, I highly recommend a jaunt to this appropriately-named destination.
Though its signature mural was short-lived (R.I.P. animal time warp), you'll be able to recognize the Morning After by its bright blue patio furniture, faux grass wall, or if it's a Sunday, the live DJ bumping tunes for the daytime Le Brunch party.
Regular lunch and dinner menus are available, but the daily brunch menu at this spot is without a doubt the main attraction.
If you're heading here with the crew, try a Mash Up Platter ($28), which will be enough to share between four people.
This three-tiered treat comes with a mix of pancakes and waffles, including a green tea matcha pancake with roasted coconut, black sesame, coconut cream custard and strawberries.
There are plain pancakes too, plus waffles that go with real maple syrup and a side of ice cream. My personal favourite is The Cure, a cornflake-crusted French toast.
Here to settle any stomach is The Wreckage, which you can get as a side or as a full order ($17).
We get the small portion, but it's still a whopping amount of home fries covered in Quebec cheese curds, hollandaise sauce, bacon and a fried egg.
Avocado toast ($14) has a layer of whipped goat cheese beneath the avocado spread, with hard boiled egg and pickles.
The Still Fried chicken and waffles ($18) is a gargantuan plate. The quarter boneless chicken sitting atop Belgian waffles, and doused in a gochujang maple syrup sauce, is a breakfast of champions.
There are three types of benedicts, including a classic Woke Up To Benny ($17) which comes with two poached eggs, smoked salmon, spinach, a potato puff instead of home fries, and dill hollandaise sauce on bread from Sud Forno.
If you are curious about the night menu, items include eats like an order of Philly Cheese Steak Dumplings ($16), which come stuffed with braised beef, swiss cheese, and are served in a parmesan cheese sauce with jus.
If caffeine is what you need, start off with a Unicorn Latte ($5.50) to turn a cloudy, head-splitting day into a Cheerio-filled one.
Or, get right down to business and grab an impressive glass of prosecco spruce granita ($16), made with white rum, lemon prosecco and lime juice.