Before you begin your day of touring Toronto, start with an affordable, hearty breakfast. Here are some of the best, cheap breakfast spots.
Bond Place Hotel , close to Dundas Square.
Hotel Victoria Downtown, excellent location.
Super 8 Downtown Toronto, comfortable and value-packed.
Holiday Inn Express Toronto – Downtown, free hot breakfast bar.
If it’s a classic breakfast of eggs, bacon, ham or sausage, home fries and toast you pine for, Toronto offers up a number of budget-friendly options that serve up a classic breakfast for around $5. Here are some dependable, affordable classic breakfast spots you should definitely consider checking out:
For just a few bucks more than your typical greasy spoon, you can sit down to a priced-right bacon and eggs breakfast and take in a piece of Toronto history at the same time with these three best-of breakfast spots. Stop by The Senator, the oldest restaurant in Toronto. Founded in 1929, The Senator is a classy, classic diner with dark wooden booths, checkered floors and a 50s vibe. For over 55 years, customers have been stepping back in time at Mars Food diner. Opened in 1951, this family-owned and operated diner serves up greasy goodness at thrifty prices and claims to be the first place in the world to have sold one million muffins. The Patrician Grill oozes nostalgia too, but in a no frills kind of way. Established in the late 60s this family-owned and operated diner serves up their affordable breakfast all day, but keep in mind no credit or debit cards; they only take cash.
If it’s irresistible yet budget-friendly crepes you crave one of the best and cheap places in Toronto is Café Crepe. Just try and walk by their window and resist the sight and smell of them making fresh crepes right before your eyes. They have a large menu of penny-wise crepes to choose from–both savoury and sweet. Best of all the prices are small and the portion sizes are huge!
Hungry for great breakfast at a great price? One place to start is by perusing the latest Toronto food and drink deals on Groupon, the money-saving website that features local discounts in 150 cities. Visit the Toronto “Food & Drink” Groupon page and you’ll find savings from 40% and up on breakfast, lunch and dinner spots. The Toronto “Food & Drink” Groupon page is a smart place to check out when you’re first planning your trip and even when you’re in the middle of your Toronto visit because new deals get added weekly and even daily many times.
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If you have your heart set on seeing the CN Tower, the Royal Ontario Museum, Casa Loma, the Toronto Zoo and Ontario Science Centre do them all on the cheap by getting yourself a Toronto CityPASS.
This is an awesome thrifty thing to do—you’ll save over 40% on the combined, regular admission price for these five attractions.
Whether you’re travelling alone, as a couple or as a family it’s hard to beat the value of the Toronto CityPASS. To learn more about what the Toronto CityPass has to offer, check out the short video below.
Photo Credit: daecon, Café Crepe and TripAdvisor.