Brunch is a special treat we don’t often get to enjoy during our busy workweeks, so breathe a sigh of weekend relief and indulge in a unique brunch experience in Niagara-on-the-Lake – where the atmosphere, service and food are all equally extraordinary.
Vintage Hotels offers a selection of Niagara-on-the-Lake restaurants to choose from – choose which restaurant best suits your getaway plans: if you’re bringing your family along for the Niagara adventure, consider visiting Queen’s Landing, so your little ones can feel as though they’ve been swept up in a fairy tale. For those who have a deep love of wine country and the splendour of the Tuscan sun, you can enjoy a hearty brunch in Pillar & Post’s rustic dining room.
Spend your Sunday unwinding at Tiara Restaurant for a refined Sunday Brunch presented by Executive Chef Marc Lyons. Begin with a delicious seasonal soup, while sampling a variety of cold appetizers. Then, prepare to fill your plate with palette-pleasing entrees, meat carved before your eyes and even a selection of sushi. You’ll also love the more traditional brunch items and the fact you can satisfy your sweet tooth with waffles, crepes and desserts from the patisserie.
Enjoy rustic elegance at Cannery Restaurant as you begin your wonderful brunch experience with freshly baked breads and pastries. Take your palette on an adventure, which can incorporate a lively mixture of charcuterie and dishes from the hearth – including the Chef’s Roast of the Day and Belgian waffles. Pair your brunch with a glass of sparkling wine and an assortment of sweets with fresh whipped cream and berries, and afterward, you’ll be ready to enjoy a full day of wine country fun.
Take Time to Enjoy Every Moment – And Every Bite
It’s time to take it easy and spend a long, indulgent mid-morning/afternoon with your loved ones during a one-of-a-kind brunch experience in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Book your reservation today and look forward to spending your Sunday trying out a wide variety of thoughtfully prepared dishes and drinks that will give a whole new – and far superior – meaning to “Sunday Funday.”