For the average millennial, few things in life are more sacred than Sunday brunch, and this spot might just be the Holy Grail. Ancaster Mill’s reimagined Sunday brunch experience features a decadent chef-curated buffet, where the bites are just as bottomless as your mimosa.

This charming historic mill is located just an hour outside of Toronto and the drive is worth it for the picturesque setting alone.

As you dine, you’ll have a perfect view of Ancaster Mill’s two cascading waterfalls, set against a backdrop of lush green forest, bridges, and stone buildings.

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Your brunch experience begins with a sprawling selection of house-baked pastries and breads, curated meats, terrines, salads, fruit, and parfaits.

The buffet also features a seafood station with a tower of oysters, shrimp, and a selection of fish, as well as vegetarian offerings like salads, vegetable dishes, quiche, and crudités.

Oh, and did we mention that mimosas and caesars are included?

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Once you’ve tasted your way through every table, you’ll get to choose from a menu of seasonally inspired plated entrées, including pork loin cassoulet, French toast, smoked salmon benedict, shakshuka, and more.

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Finally, you can finish on a sweet note with a trip to the dessert table, featuring decadent tarts, pies, cookies baked by the in-house pastry chef. You can even build your own creation at the sundae bar.

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After you tour the gorgeous grounds of Ancaster Mill, you can make your way to one of the majestic nearby waterfalls in the Hamilton area as the finale to your day trip.

Sunday Brunch at Ancaster Mill

Where: 548 Old Dundas Rd, Ancaster
When: Sundays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Cost: $70+taxes per person