Top 100 brunch restaurant list across Canada includes a Mississauga eatery

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Published May 1, 2023 at 1:47 pm

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Just in time for Mother’s Day, OpenTable released its list of the 100 most popular brunch restaurants in Canada and a Mississauga eatery made the cut.

OpenTable, an online restaurant reservation service, just posted its annual 100 Most Popular Brunch Restaurants in Canada for 2023.

The list is based on more than one million reviews left by verified OpenTable diners and features restaurants from coast-to-coast, spanning five provinces. Ontario has the most restaurants on the list — 49 spots.

This year, Taps Public House in Meadowvale Town Centre, Mississauga is on the list.

Opened in March 2022, Taps Public House is described as a “vibrant, modern concept that creates a high energy relaxed casual atmosphere.”

They offer beer flights and a comprehensive drink menu but they are also known for their weekend brunches that have included banana bread french toast, eggs and fried chicken waffles.

For lunch and dinner, the menu includes wood-fired pizzas, sirloin steak, pastas, burgers and wraps.

Taps isn’t the only choice for brunch in Mississauga. Other favourites include Union Social Eatery, the elegant and stunning Glenerin Inn, and the trendy Capra’s Kitchen.

Those looking to celebrate Mother’s Day with brunch should make reservations soon. In 2022, over half of Mother’s Day reservations (54 per cent) were booked four-days in advance, according to OpenTable.

“Our data indicates that Canadians’ appetite for eating out remains strong, with restaurant dining up 4% year-over-year this April, and we expect that enthusiasm will continue for Mother’s Day dining,” says Matt Davis, country director, OpenTable Canada.

Last Mother’s Day, the average spent per meal was $48 and the most popular cuisines were American, Italian and Canadian.

The complete list of 100 Most Popular Brunch Restaurants in Canada can be viewed here.

  1. Taps Public House
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