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Start your city break with a plate of Eggs Benedict from Over Easy (56 Yonge St). The six varieties on the menu are served with home fries or French fries and will fill you up nicely.
After breakfast, take the 15-minute stroll through Toronto’s covered Skywalk to the CN Tower for great views of the city (and to beat the late-rising crowds).
Beer lovers will enjoy a leisurely lunch at Beerbistro (18 King Street East), where dishes are paired with beers from their own collection.
From there, hail a cab or make use of Toronto’s cheap subway system to get to the Royal Ontario Museum (100 Queen’s Park), where you can marvel at the vast collection of art, sculpture and photography – it’s one of the largest museums in North America.
Scrub up for dinner at Richmond Station (1 Richmond St W), owned by a winner of Top Chef Canada. Choose from a multi-course tasting menu at this European-influenced restaurant that serves fresh, local food without pretension.
After dinner, walk to the nearby Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre (189 Yonge St) to take in a show. This gorgeous Edwardian building houses the world’s last operating double-decker theatre and puts on ballet, musicals and plays – the perfect way to round off the first evening of your weekend break in Toronto.
It’s the second day of your trip and you’ll likely want to start it in style. Enjoy a heaped plate of pancakes from the Senator Restaurant (249 Victoria St), a retro diner serving up classic comfort food.
The diner is just a short subway ride from St Lawrence Market (92–95 Front St East), where you can peruse stalls selling antiques and fresh produce in an elegant undercover market hall.
Once you’ve finished strolling around St Lawrence Market, grab lunch at Churrasco’s, located inside the market hall on the upper level. This small vendor is beloved by locals for its delicious custard tarts and Portuguese-style chicken, which make the perfect cheap Toronto lunch snack.
Once you’ve finished, enjoy the 15-minute walk to the nearby Distillery District, a historic neighbourhood filled with shops, cafes and regular live events.