Best Brunch Places for Big Groups
We consider a big group six or more people, which is the point when making brunch plans gets really complicated
The spacious Ptisserie du Soleil in Woodbine.
Photograph by Erin Brooke Burns
1. Ptisserie du Soleil
Business breakfasters, coffee klatches and hungry post-yoga groups all meet up at Ptisserie du Soleil in the deep southwest. Whether for a cup of coffee and a pastry baked by the Parisian-trained chef or a full, hot breakfast, this bakery-caf welcomes all with the genuine flair of French caf culture. -John Gilchrist
Not too busy with walk-in traffic, this beautiful Mission restaurant and Munich-inspired beer hall is a great spot to seek out with a big entourage, whether you’ve thought to make reservations or not. Its big windows and high ceilings give the room an airy ambience so larger groups won’t feel squished. -Dan Clapson
It’s rare that you can pop into Notable and not have to wait for a seat, but, if you reserve well in advance, you’ll guarantee deliciousness for your group. The new brunch menu (released in July 2014) features the likes of the banana bread panini with grilled banana and pineapple dark rum compote, lemon curd and fresh berries. Yum. -Dan Clapson