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Best Bars: Toronto’s top 16 cocktail lounges, dives and speakeasies

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BOOZIEST BRUNCHTable 17BOOZIEST BRUNCH
Table 17

782 Queen St. E., 416-519-1851

Brunch is a religion in Leslie­ville, and every weekend the faithful gather at Table 17, as often as not with children in tow, for cocktails with their Neapolitan eggs and farmer’s breakfasts. Mikey Morrow, the east end’s most creative bartender and a dapper neighbourhood icon, makes classic eye-openers like mimosas and caesars that are only $5 each, encouraging repeat orders. For his breakfast version of a Pimm’s cup, Morrow blends the fruity, gin-based spirit with orange juice and soda and serves it in a champagne flute with a cucumber slice.
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