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7 Best Easter Brunch Restaurants in Toronto

7 Best Easter Brunch Restaurants in Toronto

Searching for the best Easter brunch restaurants in Toronto to visit this 2023?

I personally don’t celebrate Easter myself, but I’ll never turn down an opportunity to have some good brunch.

There are plenty of fantastic Toronto restaurants serving up special Easter brunch menus, whether you’re looking for a more traditional brunch or something more fun and unique.

Easter is happening this April 9th, 2023, so now’s the time to start booking those reservations.

Here are some of the best restaurants serving up Easter brunch in Toronto this year!

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Best Easter brunch restaurants in Toronto

Toronto skyline view from Casa Loma

Casa Loma

If you’re looking for an ultra unique Easter brunch dining experience, you’ll definitely want to check out Casa Loma.

Casa Loma is a historic mansion that was built sometime in the early 1900s, and it’s one of the most unique landmarks in Toronto!

They’re doing an Easter brunch for $90 per person or $65 per child, and you can book reservations on OpenTable.

This nice thing about this brunch experience is that admission to Casa Loma is included (value of $30 to $45 per person), so you can wander around the castle before or after your meal!

LOCATION: 1 Austin Terrace, Toronto, ON

Old Mill Toronto

The Old Mill is a gorgeous heritage building from the early 1900s – originally a tea garden, and now a restaurant and event space.

They’re doing both an Easter brunch buffet and dinner buffet, which you can enjoy for $75 per person or $30 per child.

The dining experience is limited to 2 hours, and you need to book a reservation ahead of time.

LOCATION: 9 Old Mill Rd, Etobicoke, ON

Joni Restaurant at the Park Hyatt Toronto

Enjoy a family-style brunch experience at Joni Restaurant inside the Park Hyatt Toronto.

The shareable dishes include an assortment of fresh fruit, bread and pastries, and their Park Benedict with salmon and porchetta.

The Easter brunch menu is $75 per person, and they’re also offering a roast lamb dinner for two for $95 per person.

The dinner menu serves two and includes their Waldorf Salad, Scallop Crydo, Tamarack Farms Roast Lamb, and Carrot Cake.

Joni also does an amazing and bougie afternoon tea experience, and there are still plenty of seatings available on Easter Sunday!

You can book reservations for the Easter brunch, dinner, or afternoon tea experiences on OpenTable.

LOCATION: 4 Avenue Rd, Toronto, ON

W Toronto

Dine inside the modern and lavish W Toronto Hotel in Yorkville for Easter brunch or dinner.

They’re offering a special Easter brunch on both Saturday and Sunday of Easter weekend at their SKYLIGHT Rooftop Bar, as well as a high tea experience from Thursday through Easter Sunday at their W Living Room.

Their decadent Easter brunch spread includes an unlimited multi-course and tapas-style Mediterranean-inspired menu, with dishes like their Skylight Pistachio Crusted Beef Kebabs, Sharak Mezze, and Pomegranate Lamb Skewers.

There’ll also be an epic Dolce Den to finish off your meal, with chocolate fountains, a DIY ice cream station, and signature pastries.

If you’re more into the high tea experience, you’ll get to enjoy creations like their edible strawberry lipsticks, carrot macarons, and lamb carpaccio toast.

Both the brunch and high tea experiences are $95 per person, and you can book your reservations on OpenTable.

LOCATION: 90 Bloor St E, Toronto, ON

TOCA at The Ritz-Carlton Toronto

This swanky Italian restaurant is located in the luxurious Ritz-Carlton, and they’re offering up an incredible Easter Sunday brunch buffet.

You can expect a full-out seafood bar, live action stations, and a decadent dessert cave.

If you’re looking to enjoy some dranks, you can add a mimosa package for $40 per person.

The Easter brunch buffet experience is $170 per adult and $70 per child.

Book your reservation on OpenTable and be sure to let them know of any dietary restrictions!

If you’re looking for Easter dinner, they’re doing special pre-order takeout menus that serve 4 to 8 people and range from $395 to $595.

LOCATION: 181 Wellington St W, Toronto, ON


REIGN is a stunning restaurant inside the elegant Fairmont Royal York Hotel, and they’re all about Canadian eats with a French touch.

They’re doing a special Easter Sunday brunch buffet for $119 per person, and you can book it on OpenTable.

Expect dishes like their Roasted Herb Crusted Leg of Lamb with Jus, Fogo Island Snow Crab, and Easter Challah Bread.

There’ll even be freshly-shucked oysters for my fellow oyster lovers.

LOCATION: 100 Front St W, Toronto, ON

Auberge du Pommier

If you’re looking for somewhere north of downtown, Auberge du Pommier in North York is a fantastic option for Easter brunch.

This elegant restaurant serves up upscale French fare, and they’re doing a 4-course lunch on Easter Sunday for $105 per person.

You can enjoy modern dishes inspired by French classics, like their roast lamb shoulder, smoked mahi mahi, and feuillantine.

Be sure to book your reservations ahead of time on OpenTable.

LOCATION: 4150 Yonge St, North York, ON

Best Easter brunch restaurants in Toronto:

  1. Casa Loma
  2. Old Mill Toronto
  3. Joni Restaurant at the Park Hyatt Toronto
  4. W Toronto
  5. TOCA at The Ritz-Carlton Toronto
  6. REIGN
  7. Auberge du Pommier

These were some of the best Easter brunch restaurants in Toronto to check out this year!

I’ll be updating this list with more great Easter brunch spots as they come up, so be sure to save this for later to keep updated.

Will you be booking a reservation at any of these Toronto spots for Easter brunch? What are your Easter plans? Let me know on Twitter or Instagram!

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  1. Mac says:

    37 King Street East is the Omni King Edward.

  2. Jessica Lam says:

    Whoops, thanks for catching that! I’ve made the correction 🙂

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