Brunch

Looking for brunch in Downtown Edmonton? There’s something for everyone from wait-worthy waffles to prime beef.

Central Social Hall, 10909 Jasper Avenue
The weekend brunch at Central Social Hall covers the usual gamut of eggs and bacon, omelets, bennies and our favourite the filling breakfast poutine. Wash it down with the best mimosas and Aperol spritzes Downtown.

OEB Breakfast Co., 10174 100A Street
Breakfast is the only thing they do at OEB Breakfast Co., so you know they do it right. The menu covers eggs every-which-way (omelets, bennies, scrambled) but with a bit of twist. Tuck into generous portions of confit duck and egg, tuna crudo poutine or Nutella French toast.

The Common, 9910 109 Street
Start the weekend off right at The Common located on 109 Street. You’ll struggle to decide between French toast, vegan Huevos Ranchero tator tots, polenta pancakes or a breakfast burger.

Fairmont Hotel MacDonald, 10065 100 Street
Hotel MacDonald is the place to be on a Sunday. Afternoon tea is a decadent spread featuring finger sandwiches, pastries, including their signature Mac honey scones. Staff will guide you the selection of 12 loose leaf teas.

Chateau Lacombe Hotel, 10111 Bellamy Hill Road
Enjoy your Sunday brunch with a bird’s eye view of the river valley and Downtown Edmonton’s ever-changing skyline at La Ronde in Chateau Lacombe Hotel. You could go for omelets and waffles at this buffet-style brunch, but that’s missing the point, when carved prime beef, salmon and shrimp are yours for the taking.

Madison’s Grill, 10053 Jasper Avenue
The brunch menu at Madison’s Grill is short and sweet, but you’ll still have a tough time deciding between French toast, chorizo hash or breakfast crepe. No doubt you’ll be back again to try their bagel and salmon gravlax and breakfast sandwich.

District Café & Bakery, 10190 104 Street
Start your weekend off right with brunch at District Café & Bakery. Serial restaurateur Nate Box is the genius behind an approachable menu that spans everything from breakfast burritos to spicy shakshukas. 10011 109 Street
There’s plenty for carnivores to love at DOSC. You’ll feel satisfied with a steak sandwich plate or house-smoked pastrami Reuben, but don’t ignore the vegetarian dishes too. Booze? Try the spiked chai or pineapple daiquiri.

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