An Easy Rider–themed restaurant is hard to pull off. But Easy, parked on a grungy corner at the edge of Parkdale and decorated with spare auto parts and vintage Americana, somehow makes it work. Sunday mornings attract hungover couples, hungover parents and not-hungover kids—all of whom seem to appreciate the novelty space, the no-nonsense cooking and the humongous portions. Brunch includes wobbly poached eggs and crispy bacon, accompanied by baguette toast. The huevos divorciados, the restaurant’s southwestern specialty, is a spicy mess of fried eggs, salsa, beans and guacamole—it’s heavy and satisfying, although better digested astride a motorcycle on the open highway rather than in the cramped quarters of the Queen streetcar.
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