Easter can be an wonderful time to get together with love ones and celebrates the holiday. Maybe it’s a time for traditions like a crazy fun Easter egg hunt for the kiddies and massive dinners for the grownups. Let me help you out by taking a load off your plate this weekend and maybe introduce you to a new tradition Easter Brunch in the city.
It’s no wonder this event books up fast on Sunday March 27th. Feast on meats, cheeses, seafood, pastries and much more in the grand library of the castle. Afterwards wander the grounds imaging you are the lord or lady of the estate. Adults-$60 and includes Prosecco and mimosa, Children (4-13) $45.
Offering a 3 course meal for $75 this isn’t your standard prix fixe of pick between option A or Option B. Choose from 11 different starters like fruit parfait, oysters, charcuterie or even steak tartare, 13 Entrees ranging from pancakes to chicken and waffles to leg of lamb and a gorgeous selection of desserts. Reservations are recommended.
Ever thought about having Sushi for Easter Brunch? Miku Toronto offers an unique experience with their Japanese influenced menu that includes Chicken Nanban Eggs Benedict and bistro steak and soy marinated eggs. A meal for the adventurous. Adults $45, Children (10 and under) $15.
For those who can’t make it on Sunday but also have the Monday off can still get their brunch on by heading to the Drake Hotel for their annual holiday brunch on the 18th. Call for reservations.
A massive buffet of roast beef and ham, salads, cheeses, seafood, pasta and even kid friendly options like chicken fingers and French fries The Old Mill is the perfect solution for the whole family. Word on the street is a certain floppy eared and fluffy tailed guest will be attendance. Various day and evening seating times are available. Adults $47.95/$49.95, Children $24.95.
If you can avoid talking politics, this O&B restaurant in the Trump hotel may be a good option. Offering up shared plates and small bites style dining of Easter classics and brunch specialities, it’s an all you can eat affair. Adults $55, Children (4-12) $22, Under 4 eat for free.
Smoothie bars, cold stations full of meats and cheeses and three different roast meats abound in the Vanity Fair Ballroom at the King Eddie. A short window of seating for this high end gourmet brunch is between 10:30am to 2:00pm and will book up fast. Adults $85, Children $43
The most affordable of the bunch, Globe Bistro is offering a prix fixe menu ($29 for adults, $10 for children 12 and under) with items like Smoked Trout, potato leek soup, Wellington rib eye and strawberry rhubarb crumble for dessert. Kids will also receive treats from the Easter bunny.