Windsor, Ontario, is absolutely full of amazing restaurants to dine at, but, do you know where to find a fantastic, drool-worthy brunch?

If you’re one who loves to make a hobby of treating yourself to a Sunday brunch, you haven’t truly brunched in Windsor if you haven’t been to these hotspots.

Twisted Apron


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The creme de la creme of brunch spots in Windsor. Located in the historic Walkerville neighbourhood, The Twister Apron has been hitting brunch homeruns for years and is the most popular destination in the city on a Sunday morning.

Their menu is large and it’s all done to perfection. While most brunch spots focus heavy on breakfast, they’ve got a great selection of heavier lunch options, too.

The “need to get”: the Eggs Benny Poutine

Thirsty Butler


Another Walkerville restaurant a couple hundred metres from The Twisted Apron, most people know the Thirsty Butler for their Saturday night crowd more than Sunday morning.

The “need to get”: Cajun Beef Tips Benny



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You might want to get there early or not mind waiting in line. Toast, located on Erie Street East in Windsor’s Via Italia, is a popular destination on both Saturdays and Sundays, with a regular lineup throughout the morning. It’s a menu with great breakfast classics offered.

The “need to get”: Veggie Skillet



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Known for offering up phenomenal eats with a little twist, WindsorEats strays a little from the traditional breakfast fare on a brunch menu, like waffles made from turkey stuffing.  You can even order up flights of mimosas, margaritas or boozy lemonades alongside your meal.

If that hasn’t motivated you enough, check out 6 dishes on the menu you need to try.

The “need to get”: Croque Madame

Harbour House Waterfront Eatery


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Located on Windsor’s east end, the Harbour House Waterfront Eatery is a great place to enjoy brunch, especially in the spring and summer when their waterside patio is open.

The “need to get”: Bottomless mimosas



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Located on Maiden Lane in downtown Windsor, it can hard to find a seat at A Dog’s Breakfast during the Downtown Windsor Farmer’s Market season, which takes place right outside their front door, but it’s definitely worth the wait.

The “need to get”: French Toast Lasagna