We created a Guide to Breakfast back in 2010 and it still remains one of our most popular posts today. Four years later, we figured an update was long overdue. So here you go, Kingston: the 2014 Guide to Breakfast.
Aqua Terra – The Radisson (1 Johnson St.): Breakfast served daily from 6:30am to 11am.
Bistro Stefan – Best Western Fireside Inn (1217 Princess St.): Breakfast served daily.
Dox – The Holiday Inn (2 Princess St.): Breakfast served daily.
JM’s – The Ambassador (1550 Princess St.): Breakfast served daily, weekend brunch buffet.
King Street Sizzle – The Four Points Sheraton (285 King St. E): Breaky 6:30am-11am weekdays, 7am-12pm weekends.
The Cavalier Room – Travelodge (2360 Princess St.): Breakfast available daily 6am-4pm.
WJ’s – Confederation Place Hotel (237 Ontario St.): All Day breakfast starting at 7am.
Sir John’s Public House (343 King St.): Sunday brunch from 10:30am-3pm.
The Brass (403 Princess St.): Weekday breakfast from 11am-3pm and weekend brunch from 10am-3pm.
The Iron Duke (207 Wellington St.): Sunday Brunch 11:30am-3pm.
The Kingston Brewing Company (34 Clarence St.): Breakfast on Sundays til about 2:30pm.
The Loyal Oarsman (724 Bath Rd.): Straight forward British breakfast, served Sundays 11am-1pm.
The Toucan (76 Princess St.): Saturday 11-2 for $4.99 and Sunday 11-3 for $4.25 with beverage purchase.
Tir nan og (200 Ontario St.): Saturday and Sunday brunch.
Carmelinda’s (2799 Princess St.): Standard family restaurant likely to serve breakfast all day.
Golden Rooster (111 Princess St.): This deli is a fave of many. Breakfast served Mon-Sat.
Jiffy Grill (97 Bath Road – Kingston Centre; 2395 Princess St.): Breakfast all day. Fast service, generous portions.
Morrison’s (318 King St. E.): A Kingston institution but sort of overrated. Breaky served all day.
Peter’s Place (34 Princess St.): All day breakfast – fast, cheap and delicious.
Star Diner (849 Princess St.): A Kingston favourite. Standard diner fare.
Wishbone Deli Restaurant (1407 John Counter Blvd.): Breakfast served daily from 7:30am-10:30am.
Aunt Lucy’s (1399 Princess St.): Sunday brunch buffet starting at 10am.
Cafe Le Matin (137 Princess St.): Served all day, fast and cheap!
Chez Piggy (68 Princess St.): Weekend brunch. Great if you want to try something a little different.
Chien Noir (69 Brock St.): 11:30-2:30 brunch on the weekends.
Dianne’s Fish Bar (195 Ontario St.): Weekend brunch 11:30am-3pm. Inventive local menu, fun drink specials.
Driftwood Restaurant (1753 Hwy 2): Seasonal hours linked with the marina. Weekend brunch with a view of the water.
Eggsquis (2774 Princess St.): Extensive menu including eggs, waffles, crêpes, French toast and more. Open 7am-3pm.
Geneva Crepe Cafe (297 Princess St.): Breakfast crêpes and waffles served daily from 9am til close.
Fardella’s Bakery and Internet Cafe (2792 Princess St.): A hidden gem in the west end. All day breakfast.
Grizzly Grill (395 Princess St.): Brunch on the weekends from 10am to 2pm.
Megalos (226 Princess St.): Weekend brunch 9am-3pm. I recommend the Avocado and Eggs.
Milestones (27 Princess St.): Weekend brunch served from 10am-4pm.
Pan Chancho (44 Princess St.): All Day brunch on the weekends, breakfast during the week with a different menu.
Ramekins (1540 Bath Rd.): Friday, Saturday and Sunday breakfast.
Smitty’s (2376 Princess St.): A personal fave. Famous for their pancakes and skillets.
Spin (260 Princess St.): Served until 2pm and specializing in crêpes and waffles.
The General Wolfe Hotel (1237 Hwy 96, Marysville): Breakfast served until 11:30am.
The Sleepless Goat (91 Princess St.): Weekdays 7am-11am and weekends 8am-1pm.
Tommy’s (377 Princess St.): Inventive all day breakfast. Go hungry.
Windmills (184 Princess St.): Breakfast 7:30am-11:30am daily and brunch 8am-3pm on weekends and holidays.
Wolfe Island Bakery (311 Queen St.): All day breakfast.