The Culture Club: Toronto’s top 6 Sunday-brunch Caesars

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Whether you like yours with an extra spicy rim on the glass or easy on the Tabasco, we’ve found the Toronto spots that make a Bloody Caesar worth getting out of bed for on Sunday.

1. School (70 Fraser Avenue, 416-588-0005, This hopping joint always does the trick for a Saturday or Sunday brunch fest. We usually start with a healthy smoothie and then move into the Caesars. Very counter-intuitive but somehow makes us feel like we’re keeping our health in check.

2. Swan (892 Queen St. W. 416-532-0452) Ashleigh’s go-to brunch spot on Saturday mornings. Caesars are made fresh with lots of horseradish!

3. The Rebel House (1068 Yonge Street, 416-927-0704, If more in the mood for pub grub, grab a seat at the bar of this Rosedale joint and enjoy the locals whittling away at their hangovers with Rebel’s killer Caesar recipe.

4. Brunch party at home. The best place to get a great Caesar, in our opinion, is in the comfort of your own home with friends. No line-ups, bad service or cold eggs to contend with. We like to serve ours with a Claussen pickle wedge and an extra dash of Tabasco.

5. Bar One (924 Queen St. W., 416-535-1655, We were just there on Sunday and forgot how great this Queen West staple is.  The Caesars are standard and consistent–just what you want after a late Saturday night.

6. The Roxton (379 Harbord St., 416-535-8181) A little hidden gem on Harbord, the Roxton is a great place to chill and feel hip while knocking back a few Caesars with friends.

Ashleigh Dempster and Amanda Blakley are the co-founders of The Society Global, a social club with chapters in Toronto, New York and L.A. (and coming this month to Miami). For more info on The Society Global, visit their website,, or follow them on Twitter at

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