5 Great Restaurants to Take-Out Brunch in Niagara
The Flour Mill is located in the Old Stone Inn in the Fallsview Tourist Area. They hand-select their food from their favorite local farmers and artisanal producers. I recommend trying the eggs benedict accompanied with rosemary-scented breakfast potatoes!
Looking for a classic, bacon, eggs, and sausage kind of brunch? Look no further than Cippy’s Place. Cippy (Paul Cipparone Senior) runs this brunch spot. It is a local, family run business. When we are able to go out and eat again, head there for an old-school diner vibe and grab something like the French toast, or the eggs and sausages. Or try take-out in the meantime!
Want something sweeter for brunch? Or just have a sweet tooth? Give Paris Crepes a try. Try the Balzac Crepe with chocolate, espresso, ice cream, chantilly, and almonds. Or maybe the Nutella Crepe with the extensive ingredient list of Nutella, Nutella, and Nutella. You can also have some fun and try the various bubbly drinks they offer like the Blood Orange Mimosa.
Fish? For Brunch? Why of course! Try something different at the Tide and Vine Oyster House located in Niagara Falls. Try the Classic Lobster Roll with chunked Canadian Atlantic lobster, caper and tarragon mayo, a toasty buttered bun, and a German-style potato salad. Or maybe the Albacore Tuna Salad. This dish features sesame-crusted line caught BC tuna, arugula, shaved radish and carrot, Nappa cabbage, apple, pickled ginger, miso dressing, and a tobiko soy reduction.
A little further away from the others, but definitely worth the drive. This spot is located in Vineland Station, just west of St. Catherine’s. It features a variety of local foods, pour-over coffee, and an expansive tea selection. The menu features a variety of vegan options, such as a Vegan Blueberry and Earl Grey French Toast! If you are not feeling the vegan options, fear not, they have other items as well, such as the Rancheros Tostada. This dish features corn tostada, Mexican baked beans, chorizo, pico de gallo, avocado, queso panela, a fried egg, and cilantro.