Kingstonist’s Guide to Breakfast

Guide to Breakfast

Pan Chancho’s Weekender: two eggs over easy on a croissant with bacon, chives, and 2 year old cheddar.

We created our first Guide to Breakfast back in 2010 and then gave it a long overdue update in 2014.  It still remains one of our most popular posts today. With a lot of changes and new businesses popping up, we figured it was time for another update. So here you go, Kingston: Kingstonist’s 2015 Guide to Breakfast.

Hotels:
Aqua Terra – The Delta (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 – 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.
The General Wolfe Hotel (1237 Hwy 96, Marysville): Breakfast served until 11:30am.
WJ’s – Confederation Place Hotel (237 Ontario St.): All Day breakfast starting at 7am.

Bars:
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 Mansion (506 Princess St.): $5 breakfast on weekends starting at 10am.
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.

Greasy Spoons:
Carmelinda’s (2799 Princess St.): Standard family restaurant likely to serve breakfast all day.
Denny’s (33 Benson St.; 670 Gardiners Rd. – RioCan): Wide variety of breakfast options 24/7.
Golden Rooster (111 Princess St.): This deli is a fave of many. Breakfast served Mon-Sat.
Homestyle Deli (629 Fortune Cres.): Breakfast served daily from 6am-11am.
Jiffy Grill (97 Bath Road – Kingston Centre; 2395 Princess St.): Breakfast all day. Fast service, generous portions.
Keith’s Deli (645 Gardiners Rd.): Open at 6:30am and a menu that boasts breakfast but no other details on their site.
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.

Other restaurants:
Aunt Lucy’s (1399 Princess St.): Sunday brunch buffet starting at 10am.
Café 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 lake view.
Eggsquis (2774 Princess St.): Extensive menu including eggs, waffles, crêpes, French toast and more. 7am-3pm.
Fardella’s Bakery and Internet Cafe (2792 Princess St.): A hidden gem in the west end. All day breakfast.
Geneva Crepe Cafe (297 Princess St.): Breakfast crêpes and waffles served daily from 9am til close.
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 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.
Wolfe Island Grill (1222 Hwy 96, Marysville) Locally sourced brunch 10am-3pm weekends and holidays.

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  1. Sarah September 15, 2015

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