5 Restaurants You Didn’t Know That Served Breakfast
Here are some establishment you probably frequent during the evening for dinner and drinks with your friends but had no idea you can have breakfast.
Before you rush over to these Mississauga restaurants at 7am let me first mention that most of these places won't open until 9am or as late as 11am to serve breakfast dishes.
Here are 5 restaurants you probably didn't know that served breakfast:
Coopers Pub, located on Burnhamthorpe near Square One, is perfect for who don’t mind a brisk walk to a cool, spacious resto bar. If you’re into sports, this place offers 15 big screen TVs and is always pairing big and highly-anticipated games with food and drink specials and they even have breakfast just in case you missed it. Nothing fancy for breakfast here as they only have the traditional breakfast dishes but sometimes that all you need.
Note: Opens at 11am for Breakfast
In the heart of Streetsville is Cuchulainn’s. Everyone says the name differently, but one thing they can all agree on is this place is a great, authentic Irish Pub. At Cuchulainn’s, you can expect to find fine scotch and good food, including breakfast for those early mornings or really, really late nights. Located in a historically designated building from 1832, it’s rich in history. In the summer, it’s the patio to be seen at in Streetsville. Every Tuesday, take in the talented locals at one of the longest running open mics in the city. No matter what side of the patio you make your way to (it spans three walls of the venue), you’re able to enjoy the quaint ambiance of Queen Street. Being so historical, Cuchulainn’s conveys the essence of Streetsville.
Note: Opens at 11am on Weekends for Breakfast
The Pumphouse Grill
This restaurant is on the Northwest corner of Lakeshore Rd. E and Stavebank Rd., in the heart of Port Credit, From the huge centre stage bar, to the giant TV screens showing tonight’s hockey playoffs games, a great selection of top-40 music playing at the perfect-I-don’t-have-to-yell-volume, to the seats at the windows and the rest of the seating along the sides of the restaurant. The Pump House Grille Co. is a great local spot for drinks, great food and a fantastic atmosphere. Kudos to this restaurant’s Chef who takes the time to create in-house specialties - these really make the difference and adds that special touch of detail that places it above your average casual dining experience.
Note: Breakfast Weekend Only
The Brogue Inn
As you walk into the Brogue, you realize it’s bigger than it looks from the outside. This Irish pub has been a mainstay in Port Credit for 15 years and by look of how busy it gets, it’s here to stay. As you look around the Brogue, you can’t help but notice how diverse the crowd is. It’s popular among people of all ages. They even have a “snug” room which historically is typically a small area with direct access to the bar that most bars rarely have anymore.
Note: Breakfast is available from 10am to 3pm
Union Social Eatery
Union Social Eatery is a casual restaurant located in a plaza in the business park area along Derry Rd, bordering Brampton which caters to the local businesses as well diners who happen to have come across this local spot while driving by. It is a restaurant in Mississauga that doesn’t have the benefits of being located in an area with walking traffic, which is a shame if you haven’t tried it out. Union Social Eatery originated in Mississauga and has since expanded with their second location in Toronto. The menu is fun, the dishes creative and it offers something for everyone.
Note: Weekends only
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