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King and Queen West Sunday Brunch Tour

King and Queen West Sunday Brunch Tour
Food, Wine & Nightlife > Food Tours > Culinary & Gourmet Tour
$86.39
Duration: 4 hours
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Description

Enjoy a 4-hour Sunday brunch tour, as you take a leisurely stroll through King and Queen West, most recently named the second hippest neighborhood in the world by Vogue magazine. Toronto is definitely the brunch capital of Canada. A weekend ritual for Torontonians, start your day with a cup of "wake up juice" (coffee) and the best croissant in the city hot out of the oven. Then, it is off for a mean boa, an Italian Bomba, a treat from the best butcher shop in the city, and some Eggs Benedict to round out the feast. You will need to take the edge off with a classic Canadian cocktail, the Bloody Ceasar, and no brunch would be complete without a Mimosa.

A uniformed guide will be waiting for you when you arrive in front of Delysees Authentic French Bakery. After a brief history lesson of Toronto, you'll dive right into your first tasting, a traditional French butter croissant, fresh from the oven, and paired with a delicious cafe au lait. You'll feel like you're in Paris.

Afterward, taste a popular Asian breakfast dish before a making a quick stop for the best chocolate chip cookie you have ever tasted. Then it is off to Graffiti Alley to see some of the best street art in Torono. The tour continues with stops and tasty eats at a New York inspired pizzeria, an Italian cafe and Toronto's best butcher shop.

Along the way, your guide will share some funny stories and give you the skinny on the city. No brunch would be complete without a classic egg dish and a glass of mimosa, so off you go to one of Chef Scott's favorite spots on the strip. At the last stop of the tour, sip on a classic Canadian cocktail, the Bloody Caesar.

Enjoy a 4-hour Sunday brunch tour, as you take a leisurely stroll through King and Queen West, most recently named the second hippest neighborhood in the world by Vogue magazine. Toronto is definitely the brunch capital of Canada. A weekend ritual for Torontonians, start your day with a cup of "wake up juice" (coffee) and the best croissant in the city hot out of the oven. Then, it is off for a mean boa, an Italian Bomba, a treat from the best butcher shop in the city, and some Eggs Benedict to round out the feast. You will need to take the edge off with a classic Canadian cocktail, the Bloody Ceasar, and no brunch would be complete without a Mimosa.