Madame Marie’s Guide to Easter 2022 Brunch, Lunch and Dinner in Toronto

The weather is warming up just in time for Easter festivities. This year, many establishments across the city are offering a variety of delicious options to dine in or take away. Whether you’re craving Easter brunch, high tea or dinner, there’s something below for everyone.

Listed alphabetically

163 Spadina Avenue, 3rd Floor

Leave the cooking to the best restaurant in Canada this Easter! Alo at Home’s multi-course tasting experience includes dishes such as Hamachi sashimi, burrata, grilled green asparagus, potato gnocchi, rack of lamb, pain au lait and hazelnut Paris Brest for two. Available for pickup on April 17 for $100 per person.

Café Boulud
60 Yorkville Avenue

If an afternoon tea chez vous if more your speed this Easter, allow Café Boulud at the Four Seasons Toronto to delight all your senses with its takeaway tea service. Available for $140 (serves two), enjoy a wide variety of sweet and savory goodies with your tea, such as kataifi nest, empanada, pistachio and huckleberry tart and chocolate chip and cacao scones. Available April 16 and 17.

Casa Loma
1 Austin Terrace

This Easter weekend, experience the elegance of the Edwardian era with high tea at Toronto’s iconic castle. Enjoy a selection of premium teas, scones, gourmet pastries and tea sandwiches in the majestic ambiance of the castle – and tour it afterwards. Reservations available on April 16 and 17 for $75 per person.

169 Niagara Street

This seafood-forward restaurant downtown Toronto is offering a special Easter Sunday lunch menu on April 17, inspired by the owners’ memories of living in Italy. Available for $125 per person for parties of 4 or 6.

4 Avenue Road (in the Park Hyatt)

Savour a three-course Easter brunch on Sunday, April 17, 2022 and Monday, April 18, 2022 for $75 per person. The festive spread includes citrus salad, ham pithivier, Challah French toast, asparagus with soft boiled eggs, and more.

Louix Louis
325 Bay Street

This upscale restaurant in the St. Regis Toronto is offering lavish brunch and dinner a la carte menus on Sunday, April 17. There’s something for every member of the family, whether it’s seared scallops, wild mushroom quiche, lamb shank, truffle chicken or the famous multi-layer King’s Cake. The decadent Easter Egg dessert might just be the showstopper, though.

Maison Selby
592 Sherbourne Street

This Easter Sunday, spend time with loved ones over a delicious brunch buffet with live music at Maison Selby. From banana bread French toast to a made-to-order omelette bar, this Easter meal will definitely be memorable.

Maple Leaf Tavern
955 Gerrard Street East

Maple Leaf Tavern is a notable establishment in the east end known for its elevated comfort foods done up with fanciful ingredients. It has all the components of brunch greatness—a cozy dining room, a solid cocktail list and a menu of crowd-pleasing favourites, such as buttermilk pancakes, crab benedict and shrimp and avocado toast. Open April 17.

Miku Toronto
10 Bay Street, #105

Craving some sushi for Easter brunch? Miku, known for its aburi sushi, will be offering a brunch menu from April 15 to 17 with its signature dishes and more. Hop to it, and get your fix!

Richmond Station
1 Richmond Street West

Richmond Station, is serving a memorable Chef’s Menu that will be available for dine-on on Sunday, April 17. For $105 per person with options beverage pairings ($80 extra), delight in poached east coast oyster, broccolini and mushroom salad, pacific halibut, whey-fed porcelet, and dark chocolate tart.

70 Fraser Avenue

If Easter brunch surrounded by close family is more your speed, support this local brunch institution and indulge in a weekend brunch at the restaurant or at home. A la carte offerings includes both sweet and savoury items such as Apple Crumble Cakes and Millennial Toast.

The Drake
1150 Queen Street West

The Drake’s celebrating Easter with an appropriately themed dinner: Feaster. Starting at $44 per person, the menu includes apple and Dijon-glazed house-smoked sliced ham, scalloped potatoes, sweet pickle cabbage slaw and braised beetroot and green beans. Round out your meal with a light and delicious angel food cake. Available April 17.


Mme. M. xoxo

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