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16 Places

1 Suggestion

prima | May 6, 201606:16 AM     1

Please add to the list.

Upscale
Cafe Boulud
One
The Living Room at the Windsor Arms
Toca (weekday buffet breakfast is less expensive than the weekend brunch buffet)
Bosk

Interesting/not typical
Maha's
Schmaltz Appetizing (no seats )
Bar Raval (no seats )
Portland Variety (open at 7 am)
Bar Centrale
Bonjour Brioche
Lady Marmalade

Diners/Greasy Spoons
The Senator
Motorama
Detroit Eatery
Patrician Grill
Avenue Diner
Sunny Morning
Goodbite
Flo's Diner

Chains
Boom
Over Easy (Bloor location is meh in my experience )

Open at 9 am
Rose & Sons
Easy on Queen (College St location has closed)

Opens at 10 am
Insomnia

Anyone have any recs for places on the Bloor subway line west of Spadina?

Café Boulud
Windsor Arms Hotel
TOCA
Bosk
Maha's
Schmaltz Appetizing
Bar Raval
Bonjour Brioche
Lady Marmalade
The Senator
Motorama Restaurant
Patrician Grill
Sunny Morning Breakfast & Lunch
Flo's Diner
Over Easy
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