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Best weekday breakfast within 10-15 minute walk from Sheraton Centre, Toronto

elasticwaistband Mar 9, 2013 06:35 PM

Hi all,
Staying at the Sheraton Centre next week (Queen and University) with 2 tween kids and am in need of some suggestions for a good breakfast place. I don't want to eat at the hotel Was looking at Garbardine which looks good + I have not been yet. Any other suggestions? Also need a great pizza or burger place for dinner. Thanks!

  1. prima Mar 11, 2013 06:40 AM

    A hot breakfast is also served under the Bay, in the lower level, cafeteria style. Haven't tried it yet, but it looked like a decent option, and their lunches are decent.
    Aroma in the Eaton Centre's food court serves breakfast.

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      JennaBean Mar 11, 2013 12:19 PM

      I didn't know that! Once in a while I will get an eggwhite wrap from Bannock but I would rather some options without the carbs! I will have to check it out.

    2. JonasBrand Mar 11, 2013 05:25 AM

      Gabardine is a great choice, I'd go with that!

      1. jennjen18 Mar 10, 2013 07:55 PM

        There's also these that are open for 7am.. :

        Sunset Grill (yonge/richmond) http://www.sunsetgrill.ca/Stores-CurrentLocations.html

        Over Easy (yonge/king) http://www.overeasyrestaurants.com/?page_id=24

        The Senator (Victoria/Dundas) http://www.thesenator.com/

        ... and Fran's (victoria/shuter, open 24 hours, I think.. ) http://www.fransrestaurant.com/locati...

        1. jennjen18 Mar 10, 2013 07:55 AM

          Cereal Bar down at Commerce Court food court!
          http://www.thecerealbar.ca/

          But I would do Gabardine though! ...

          Mercatto on Bay seems to also have some breakfast items - I've gone in to take out coffee once..

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            julesrules Mar 10, 2013 08:46 AM

            They have a few baked goods and fruit with ricotta I believe - grab and go stuff but there's lots of seating, not a bad place to linger over coffee.

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            julesrules Mar 10, 2013 07:42 AM

            If you just wanted pastries/muffins one day, the O&B in the basement of the Bay is good. There's also Thuet at Yonge & King. Little Nicky's would be fun for the donut machine.
            For pizza, Mercatto on Bay is an option.

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            1. re: julesrules
              elasticwaistband Mar 10, 2013 01:46 PM

              Great ideas everyone. Thanks so much. Is Little Nicky's a coffee shop with hot drinks and donuts, or can one have a "proper" breakfast there, ie, eggs + bacon type stuff?

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                julesrules Mar 10, 2013 06:43 PM

                Coffee shop - no eggs afaik

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              greatbigcat Mar 9, 2013 07:10 PM

              How about...

              http://www.thesenator.com/

              1. elasticwaistband Mar 9, 2013 06:49 PM

                Maybe this for pizza at dinner?:

                http://labettola.ca/Menu

                (I know....answering my own posts....just found this - I had thought that Terron opened a higher end place at the Queen and Victoria location, not a pizza-pasta place.)

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