Toronto’s Best Easter Brunch Spots
Planning to get together with family and friends for Easter brunch this weekend? From decadent eggs benedict to fresh spring-inspired cocktails, we’ve listed our top picks for the best Easter brunch in Toronto.
Northern Maverick Brewing Co. is extending its legendary weekend brunch an extra day to accommodate Easter Monday! Sip on $5 mimosas and choose from delicious dishes like eggs benedict, smoothie bowls, and banana pancakes. Must try items? Don’t miss out on the house-made English muffins, bacon or sausages that are smoked in-house, and of course one of Northern Maverick’s unique craft beers.
Maple Leaf Tavern’s brunch menu features delicious comfort food items like Brunch Poutine and Buttermilk Waffles. Brunching with a group? The tavern’s brunch to share, serves up a platter of traditional items (many of them prepared on a wood-burning grill) for true family-style dining. When it comes to cocktails, try a Caesar Mexicana, a twist on the classic Canadian Caesar made with tequila in-place of vodka and Clamato juice with a chipotle kick.
Miku Toronto is offering an Easter Zen platter which includes a selection of seasonal kobachi and Aburi Sushi. Fresh oysters, Salmon Oshi and Soy Braised Beef Shank Medallions are just a few of the mouth-watering options the Miku chefs have created to delight your taste buds. The meal finishes with a unique Easter Egg Choux Cream for dessert, crafted with genmai tea cream, mango kuzu sauce, nestled in a chocolate nest.
Available from April 19 to April 22, for lunch only.
The Cheesecake Factory
Open all Easter weekend long, enjoy an epic brunch at The Cheesecake Factory! Their weekend brunch menu has something for everyone. Choose from items like Lemon-Ricotta Pancakes, Breakfast Tacos and Fried Chicken and Waffles. Ready for dessert? Get your Easter chocolate fix with a slice of Chocolate Hazelnut Crunch or Reese Peanut Butter Chocolate Cheesecake!