Where To Get The Best Brunch This Weekend In Ottawa

 
 

It’s widely regarded that brunch is among the favourite weekend morning pass-times for millennials. With different styles of brunch, there is an option that suits just about anybody. 

Art-Is-In Bakery

250 City Centre Ave #112, Ottawa

Located around the corner from CLV Group’s own 57 Bayswater Avenue apartments, this spot is conspicuously disguised as an old warehouse in an industrial park. It’s even right next to a brewery! Serving up fresh, house-baked bread, pastries, fresh espresso and even cronuts.

What makes Art-Is-In Bakery unique is that on top of serving up amazing brunch fare, they also auction off and sell local artist’s art right in the restaurant. Their grass-roots approach to their business has made them a community favourite that continues to draw lines every weekend.

Stoneface Dolly’s

416 Preston St, Ottawa,
4456 Limebank Road, Ottawa

Stoneface Dolly’s is located in Ottawa’s Little Italy neighbourhood around the corner from LIV Apartments. 

Serving up unique and mouth-watering dishes like blueberry ricotta pancakes, banana bread French toast and 8 different styles of eggs benedict, this place is definitely a great place to catch up with friends over brunch cocktails.

Local Lansdowne 

107 – 825 Exhibition Way, Ottawa,

With brunch available only on weekends, Local Lansdowe, in our opinion, is the best place to get brunch in the summer because of the awesome patio. A trendy spot in The Glebe neighbourhood of Ottawa, Local is known for their huge selection of local craft brews and laid-back vibe.

For brunch, they’re known best for their unique Caesars, served in a mason jar or a boot shaped glass featuring Valentina’s hot sauce and a pepperette. While you’re here, make sure to try their hippie toast or breakfast club. Don’t forget to challenge your friends to a game of bocce ball or shuffle board when you’re done!

Baker Street Café

385 Richmond Rd, Ottawa

Baker Street Café, located in Ottawa’s Westboro neighbourhood just down the street from West 236, has been a staple in the community for almost 25 years. The restaurant features a unique but homey UK underground theme with a 60’s punk-rock flare. This place usually has a lineup running down the street, but that won’t stop the owner, George, from serving you a freshly-baked mini muffin while you wait.

Serving up huge portions of amazing brunch fair featuring freshly baked bread and cinnamon rolls paired with a mountain of fresh fruit and a fresh pot of coffee for every table, this cozy place will leave you wanting more and more