Best of Ottawa 2020: Brunch and breakfast spots
?After over 20-years writing about life in Ottawa, we think we have a pretty good idea of the best of what this city has to offer. In this weekly series, we share our picks with you — our top hotels, live music venues, local brews, bands and more. Check, share and discuss #OLMBest every week!
The Scone Witch —150 Elgin Street, 35 Beechwood Ave, and 4-1638 Cyrville Road
Specializing in baked goods such as their famous scones, this eatery offers a variety of breakfast and brunch options. Perfect for a coffee date with a friend, The Scone Witch is a great place to enjoy a relaxing morning.
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Raw Pulp and Grind — 440 Preston Street
RAW Pulp and Grind boasts a healthy menu consisting of green juices, tropical smoothies, acai bowls and breakfast parfaits. The restaurant is a great choice on a busy morning before work or on a hot summer midday.
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Stoneface Dollys — 4456 Limebank Road and 416 Preston Street
Known for their wide selection of breakfast and brunch options, the family-run Stoneface Dollys' offers various egg centered meals. From omelettes to egg sandwiches, this is a great place to satisfy your cravings!
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Roku Bar + Bites — 610 Somerset Street West
Roku Bar + Bites is an Asian fusion restaurant that offers a traditional brunch with a unique twist. Fulfill your sweet tooth with their Coconut Pandan Pancakes or try their savoury Roku Hash Potatoes.
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Oat Couture Oatmeal Cafe — 1154 Bank Street
Known for their healthy oat breakfasts, Oat Couture Oatmeal Cafe boasts various oat dishes. From decadent oatmeal bowls to flavourful smoothies, their oat offerings will keep you feeling full all morning!
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Allô! Mon Coco Ottawa — 2277 Riverside Drive
Allô! mon Coco is a family favourite, catering to many different tastes. The large menu consists of healthy options, sweet treats and savoury dishes, giving even picky eaters a chance to find something they will love!
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Wilf and Ada’s — 510 Bank Street
A welcoming restaurant featuring locally sourced ingredients, Wilf and Ada’s serves a selection of comforting breakfast foods. Wilf and Ada’s is an optimal spot to enjoy Sunday brunch!
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Zak’s Diner — 14 Byward Market Square, 499 Terry Fox Drive, and 220 Elgin Street
Offering all-day breakfast, Zak’s Diner serves delicious and comforting meals perfect for people of all ages. Great for meat lovers and vegetarians alike, this restaurant caters to many preferences.
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Benny’s Bistro — 119 Murray Street
Located behind the iconic The French Baker in the ByWard Market, this cozy restaurant is one of Ottawa’s best kept secrets. Canadian-French fusion and fresh local produce are a winning combination in Benny's Bistro's mouthwatering dishes.
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Eggspectation — 171 Bank Street
Offering a diverse and innovative menu, Eggspectation’s dishes vary from their high rise pancakes topped with a sunny side egg to their Chicken n’ waffles. The menu caters to multiple palettes and is great for families.
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