Everyone knows the most important meal of the day is brunch. What would our weekends be without gathering on a patio, sipping mimosas, and gossiping about the night out before? Especially now that we’re finally coming out of winter hibernation mode and into warmer and sunnier days. Nothing beats a brunch hang and these trendy spots do it right.

Here are 10 trendy brunch spots to hit up in Toronto.


This spot keeps the party going all morning long. Stop by the delicious patio for some of the most fun brunch in town. They’ve got all your hangover favourites like French toast, pancakes, eggs, and home fries. Plus, an insane cocktail menu if you’re in need of a little hair of the dog.

Where: 88 Fort York Blvd



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Enjoy all-day brunch every day with creative eats from one of the hottest spots in town. School is known for their over-the-top menu items like Krispy Brunch French Toast, Golden Hashbrown Poutine, and Black n’ Blue Flapjacks. No matter what you order here it’s sure to be a hit.

Where: 70 Fraser Ave



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As the home of one of Toronto’s famous brunch boxes, you know this next joint is a must. Stop by O’Somae for delicious dine-in and takeout picnic offerings loaded with all the good stuff. They have plenty of incredible options available but we have to recommend the Chicken and Waffles Box. It’s got, well, chicken and waffles. Need we say more?

Where: 357 Broadview Ave



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This adorable joint in Toronto east end is perfect for some classy morning eats. The French-inspired menu includes brunch classics like omelettes, croque madame, quiche, French toast, and more. Yum!

Where: 812 Queen St E



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We love this place a waffle lot! See what we did there? Starving Artists is known for, you guessed it, all things waffles. Their all-day brunch menu is stacked with incredible combinations like eggs benny waffles, waffle sandwiches, dessert waffles, and the good ole’ fashion plain ones with a whole lot of syrup.

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You’ll have to stick to takeout from this joint for now, but trust us the eats hold up. Stop by for an extensive brunch menu including all kinds of eggs bennies, AM poutine, and more. Once they’re allowed to open in person, you can dine in and enjoy the gorgeous ambience the spot is known for.

Where: 265 Broadview Ave


The weekend brunch at this joint has got to be on your must-hit list. They’ve got tons of delicious mains to choose from, but we’ve got to recommend the rosemary bacon. Trust us on this one, people. It’s a wild ride. Enjoy it on the side of a plate of Mrs. Biederhof’s Wild Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes and you’ve got quite the brunch feast.

Where: 85 Hanna Ave


A hugely popular North American brunch spot has just arrived in Toronto. If you haven’t heard of it yet, expect it to be a busy spring brunch spot as OEB aims to make breakfast the most exciting meal of the day. OEB’s famous dishes include signature breakfast poutines, lobster scramble and its popular Big Ahi Tuna Burger, so get ready to sink your teeth into some serious deliciousness.

Where: 125 East Liberty Street


Nothing beats the signature home fries from this Toronto spot. We could go one for days about whatever it is they put in the sauce that makes it so addicting, but instead we suggest you stop by and try it for yourself. They pair perfectly with literally any of the incredible mains the spot is offering.

Where: 563 Bloor St W


You know what they say, the early bird catches the worm! Well, in this case the early bird has caught some of the best brunch in town. Hit up this joint for all the classics like avocado toast, eggs benny, and tasty breakky sandos. Is your mouth watering too?

Where: 613 Queen St W

So, what are you waiting for? These trendy brunch spots are more than worth the hype.