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Who has the best Sunday breakfast and/or brunch in Cabbagetown?

  • Googs Nov 9, 2008 06:34 AM
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Eggs people. I need eggs!!!

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  1. If the pedestrian traffic is any indication, we are a neighbourhood of breakfast eaters. How be I get this moving along? Please forgive me if I didn't mention your favourite. The nominees are:

    Ben Wicks/Left Door
    Big Mamma's Boy
    Chew Chew Diner
    Cranberries
    House On Parliament
    JamCafe
    Johnny G's
    PearTree
    Piccolo
    Piggy's
    Provence
    Stonegrill

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    1. re: Googs

      Isn't Piggy's closed or has it re-opened yet again? It was closed for good according to the ice cream guy this summer.

      1. re: Dimbulb

        Piggy's Supper Club is gone? Oh that's tood bad. It may not have been the best eggs benny in town, but it had a certain quirkiness to it that typified Cabbagetown.

        penelope, I haven't tried Chew Chew's yet either nor have I been to Cranberries for brekkie. Given how many choices we have in the neighbourhood now, I was hoping to hear how other CT CH'ers feel.

      2. re: Googs

        I can't really justify why I don't go to many of these regularly, although I've tried most of them...

        My choices (in no particular order):
        Big Mamma's Boy - I had really excellent corned beef hash once
        House on Parliament

        Haven't tried Chew Chew's yet. What do you think?

        I end up going down to King East sometimes for breakfast - namely Morning Glory. George St. Diner is meh, but edible. I'm not a huge fan of the Gilead Cafe, even though I love JK restaurants.

        1. re: Googs

          I have to say Big Mama's boy has the best Sunday breakfast/brunch..local, often organic ingredients..yes great EGGS, perfect atmosphere with several room choices..upstairs is my favorite, but patio is great also.
          House on Parliament has outstanding pub food, but I prefer them more for Sunday suppers than brunch.