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9 restaurants from Guelph, Waterloo Region named among country’s best for brunch

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OpenTable released its annual 100 Best Brunch Restaurants in Canada list this week and restaurants from Guelph, Waterloo Region and the surrounding areas are scattered throughout.

The Earth to Table: Bread Bar, Miijidaa Cafe + Bistro and The Friendly Society from Guelph made the cut, while the nearby Elora Mill Restaurant also earned honours.

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Six restaurants from Waterloo Region were featured, with two coming from each of three cities: Cambridge’s Blackshop Restaurant & Lounge and Cambridge Mill, Kitchener’s Charcoal Steak House and Golf’s Steak House & Seafood, as well as The Bauer Kitchen and Sole Restaurant, which are both located in Waterloo.

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Two other restaurants from Brantford (Capeesh Kitchen & Cellar and Stillwaters Plate and Pour) round out the grouping from the area that made the online reservation website’s brunching list.

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OpenTable says 42 per cent of Canadians have indicated that they will break bread with moms on their special day, with the average tab expected to end up being around $50 per person.

There are a total of 51 restaurants from Ontario on the list while the local restaurants account for more than Quebec (10), Alberta (5) and Atlantic Canada, which had a single restaurant on the list. Brunch spots in B.C. accounted for the remaining 33 restaurants.

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“We are seeing pent up demand for dining out across the country with reservations up 21 percent compared to pre-pandemic levels,” OpenTable Canada’s Matt Davis stated.

The company survey also showed that 48 per cent of respondents were going to give moms a dessert, 33 per cent a glass of champagne and 31 per cent a bouquet of flowers.

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