Let’s get real. We live in a world where we want to share everything we do with everyone on social media. From trying on clothes in change rooms (even if it’s just to prove skinny mirrors are, in fact, a thing) to making pit stops around the city solely based on backdrops, we’re doing a lot for the ‘gram these days. Oversharing is caring, #AmIRight?
And because we are city that loves brunch just as much as we love those likes, we’ve rounded up the most Instagrammable brunches in Toronto.
Bonus: these meals are just as tasty as they look.
Here are my picks for the most Instagrammable brunches in Toronto.
Cruise the Toronto Harbourfront and capture the perfect Instagram shot with city as a beautiful backdrop. There is no better way to get a view of the iconic Toronto skyline or the city’s attractions, including the Rogers Centre, Queen’s Quay Terminal, Harbourfront Centre, and more. Weekend brunch packages range between $61 and $65 for two hours on the water and a delicious all-you-can-eat brunch.
Sofia Restaurant & Bar
Located in the heart of Yorkville, Sofia was designed to provide the feeling of a contemporary home, with three different areas of deep blue, bold red, and stark white. This luxe space offers the opportunity for multiple backdrops and the brunch options are pretty darn good, too.
One of the trendiest spots on King West, Oretta’s Italian-Inspired menu offers authentic and modern day Italian classics in a beautiful ambience. Highlights of the menu include the pizzetta Nutella and the burrata and truffle eggs.
This French brasserie, located in the Four Seasons Hotel in Yorkville, offers a seasonally-changing menu that highlights famed Chef Daniel’s family meals from Lyon. With both traditional and contemporary dishes, the weekend brunch menu is on the pricier side, but definitely worth it for the food and the photo.
Northern Maverick Brewing
The menu at Northern Maverick Brewing highlights local ingredients that make for a delicious tasting menu with beer pairings, an oyster bar, and house-made charcuterie. The 11,000-square-foot facility houses a 400-seat restaurant, a bar, and a retail store, offering many backdrops for the perfect shot. Plus you can’t beat the $5 mimosas and lagers the restaurant offers on Saturdays and Sundays!
Maple Leaf Tavern
Check out this refined tavern in Leslieville and take all of the natural light photos you can. Inspired by the English countryside, they offer freshly baked scones and jam, a hashbrown BLT, sweet and savoury buttermilk waffles, and more. My mouth is already watering!
Baro is the perfect spot for an Insta-worthy weekend brunch. Whether you grab a table in the stunning main floor dining room or the bar on the all-year rooftop patio, the King West restaurant delivers with its South American-inspired savoury Machetero (pictured above) or sweet pancakes with guava and ripe plantains.
First thing’s first, everything looks good on a marble backdrop so every table acts as your own personal studio space. Add hearty yogurt and berry granola bowls or fluffy French toast and you’re bound to get an Instagram-worthy pic. The eggs Benedict with fresh lobster flown in from the East Coast will definitely make your followers jealous.
Mildred’s Temple Kitchen
Mildred’s Temple Kitchen is a no brainer for the perfect brunch pic. Mrs. Biederhof’s blueberry buttermilk pancakes were created to “make people happy.” Served with a wild blueberry compote, organic maple syrup, and whipped cream, these fluffy pancakes taste even better than they look (if you can believe it)!
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