The Best All-You-Can-Eat Brunch Spots In Toronto

Sunday brunch is a tradition honoured for centuries (ok, not really, but you get the point). There’s nothing better than rounding up your crew to head out on Sunday morning to enjoy some delicious eats and laughs.

And did you know that Toronto is home to some incredible all-you-can-eat brunch spots?

Located all across the city, we rounded-up the best of the best so you don’t have to do the leg work. Just make your reservation, grab your crew, and dig in.

Brunches like this can be a little bit on the more expensive side, but some are very reasonable starting at under $25 per person. However, if you’re looking for a boozy brunch, that number can (of course) climb quite quickly.

We’ve included an option for every budget, so read on to find out the top four all-you-can-eat brunch spots in the city (hint: some of them include unlimited alcohol!) — let us know if you check any of them out!

Free Times Cafe

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Free Times Cafe is celebrating their 22nd year in business; a good indicator that they’re doing something right! Located at College and Spadina, this authentic Jewish restaurant offers their brunch buffet on Sundays for only $24. They have live Klezmer & Yiddish music performed during brunch as well so you’ll have something to really jam to while you dine on the best Jewish brunch dishes available. Items available include smoked salmon, potato latkes, blintzes, lox, eggs & onions, challah french toast, bagels, and much more. And with two seatings, one at 10:30 a.m. and one at 1:15 p.m., there’s something for the early risers and for those who like to snooze!

Hot House Restaurant

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When it comes to all-you-can-eat brunch, jazz seems to be the music of choice to accompany it for most restaurants. Hot House is no exception with their jazz brunch running every Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. featuring a live jazz band. Located in the lively St. Lawrence neighbourhood, their selection is quite broad with items like steamed mussels in white wine, baked cheese cappelletti, a custom omelet bar, fresh Belgian waffles with hot fudge and berry sauces, and so much more. We know, our mouths are watering too! With the price at only $26.95, your wallet will be happy too.

Ricarda’s

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Another appearance of a live jazz band, but we’re not complaining! Ricarda’s, located right downtown on Peter Street, is a more upscale version of the all-you-can-eat brunch experience. The ambiance of the restaurant is beautiful and bustling, with gold embellishments popping up everywhere. One of the big advantages of Ricarda’s is the play area they have for young children that includes a large bouncy castle (sadly, no adults allowed), because children might not want to sit at the table for that last mimosa, but now you can while they’re wearing themselves out. At $59 per person, Ricarda’s is a great special occasion option.

Toca

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Located in the Ritz Carlton Hotel, Toca is the very special occasion all-you-can-eat brunch option. At $90 a head, they offer some truly incredible options at their brunch; most importantly, unlimited mimosas, bellinis, caesars, and whisky lemonade. That’s right, unlimited. And they don’t skimp out on the serving sizes either. This combined with their incredible food options (fresh lobster tails, crab legs already cracked and ready for eating, eggs Benedict, poached salmon, and much more) make them a top contender in the brunch department. They also even have a temperature-controlled room where they house their desserts, because we all know having your dessert at just the right temperature is imperative, right?

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