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

Celebrate the mothers and mother figures in your lives with brunch and bubbly, an afternoon high tea, or a delectable diner.

Check out the list below and come back soon for more updates.

Listed alphabetically

163 Spadina Avenue, 3rd Floor

Experience Canada’s culinary crème de la crème with Alo’s Mother’s Day brunch menu to enjoy at home for $75 per person. Available on May 8, it features east coast oysters, poached shrimp, chilled lobster, burrata, pain au lait and lemon posset. Each kit serves two.

AGO Bistro
317 Dundas Street West

For the art-loving mom, the AGO’s dedicated restaurant has is offering a two-course brunch prix fixe menu for $45 per person. Eggs Benny, a green goddess bowl, and stacked pancakes are all on the menu. Cheers to your mum with a mimosa or non alcoholic cocktail. Available May 7 and 8.

Auberge du Pommier
4150 Yonge Street

Treat you mother to a spring-inspired brunch at this north Toronto restaurant. With exquisite fare, it’s sure to be a memorable celebration!

Azhar Kitchen & Bar
96 Ossington Avenue

Made from the heart, Azhar’s multi-course takeaway brunch kit with Middle Eastern flavours features seasonal and local ingredients including shakshuka, hummus, labneh, and date cookies. Priced at $100, each kit serves three to four people.

Byblos Downtown
11 Duncan Street

This luxe eastern Mediterranean restaurant in the heart of downtown is serving a three-course Mother’s Day brunch on May 8 for $55 per person.

66 Wellington Street West

Take in the city’s breathtaking views with your mum at Canoe. A delightful menu of Canadian-inspired classics, topped off with a cocktail or a glass of rosé, will make this celebration one to remember.

Casa Loma
1 Austin Terrace

Experience the splendor of the Edwardian era at Casa Loma while brunching with your mum. After brunch, explore the castle at your leisure – admission is included. If high tea is more your speed, Casa Loma has two seatings at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. on May 8 for $75 per person.

Diwan (at the Aga Khan Museum)
77 Wynford Drive

Enjoy a spectacular view of the Aga Khan Park while sampling food inspired by the Middle East, North Africa, and the Indian subcontinent this Mother’s Day.

Gare De L’Est
1190 Dundas Street East

Pamper your mum with classic brunch items, such as bubbly, smoked salmon, quiche and more in Toronto’s east end.

210 Lakeshore Road East

Chef Rafael Covarrubias has prepared an exquisite three-course brunch for Mother’s Day. The features eggs Benedict, lobster quiche, strawberry tart and more. Priced at $85 per person. Hexagon is also offering its seasonal a la carte dinner menu and chef’s menu to celebrate mum.

Holts Café Bloor Street
50 Bloor Street West

This Mother’s Day, treat your mum to afternoon tea. On the menu? Classic finger sandwiches with a contemporary twist, ricotta tartelette with asparagus, scones and a cherry blossom macaron. Priced at $60 per person.

Joni (in the Park Hyatt)
4 Avenue Road

Savour a delicious Mother’s Day brunch on May 8 for $75 per person. The family-style spread includes Challah French toast, quiche, buttermilk biscuits, rosewater raspberry croissants and more.

642 King Street West, Suite 102

Celebrate mum at Lapinou this Mother’s Day. Enjoy a curated prix fixe brunch menu for $55 per person (wine pairings optional) with live jazz music. Make it extra special by adding in a fresh bouquet and a bottle of prosecco.

176 Yonge Street

This Mother’s Day, treat your mama to a flavourful fiesta at this downtown restaurant. With a South American spin on classics like French toast and grilled cheese, and plenty of sweet and savoury dishes to choose from, she’ll be singing your praises for years to come!

Maple Leaf Tavern
955 Gerrard Street East

Make this Mother’s Day weekend extra memorable by dining in at this Leslieville institution for either a dinner or brunch. Don’t forget to cheers to your special lady with some mimosas!

488 Wellington Street West

Marben’s farm-to-table brunch will put a smile on your mum’s face. Menu items include apple and celery salad, fried chicken, John’s Burger, grilled pancakes, and plenty of shareable starters.

Miku Toronto
10 Bay Street, #105

Is mum craving some Japanese cuisine this Mother’s Day? Miku, known for its aburi sushi, will be offering an exclusive five-course kaiseki brunch menu.

Phancy’s Bodega
848 King Street West

If you’re feeling fancy, try ordering the Mother’s Day Brunch Box or the high tea kit from Phancy’s Bodega. The kit includes a choice of two finger sandwiches, two mini French toast scones with jam and maple butter, smoked salmon avocado toast, fruit parfait, breakfast sandwich eclairs and bruleed grapefruit. For $124.99, the high tea kit includes a choice of signature finger sandwiches, scones, pastries and jam with all the accompaniments you need to make your mum smile.

Rabbit! Rabbit! Rabbit!
461 King Street West

Enjoy the vibrant flavours of southwestern cuisine at Rabbit! Rabbit! Rabbit! this Mother’s Day for $40 per person. Huevos rancheros, smoked salmon benny and brown sugar churros are all on the menu.

Richmond Station
1 Richmond Street West

The team at Richmond Station has designed a memorable Mother’s Day brunch on May 7 and 8 with standard and vegetarian options. Delight in smoked salmon, duck confit crepes, wild leek and mushroom quiche, and rhubarb trifle. Dine in menus include a glass of sparking rosé and unlimited coffee. Want to enjoy all the deliciousness in your own home? For $59 per person, order the menus for pick up or delivery.

70 Fraser Avenue

School is the place to go for Mother’s Day brunch surrounded by your fam jam. A la carte offerings includes both sweet and savoury items such as Apple Crumble Cakes and Millennial Toast. Mum will adore it!

77 Portland Street

Shook’s Mother’s Day brunch features some of the restaurant’s flavourful Middle Eastern dishes, as well as the option to add wine pairings, fresh bouquets and retail items. Priced at $50 per person.

The Broadview Hotel
107 Broadview Avenue

Located in the heart of Riverside The Broadview Hotel’s rooftop bar and views of the city are sure to impress mum. Savour shareable bites, such as crispy prawns, seared albacore tuna and chicken lettuce wraps while clinking glasses with maman.


Mme. M. xoxo

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