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2. Average price for a meal is around $15. Although this is slightly more expensive for brunch, it’s completely worth it.
3. Come here for the patio in the summer. Liberty Village is a great area of Toronto, so come here to explore and stop at School for a bite to eat.
School in Liberty Village is a restaurant that Kyle and I had been meaning to try for ages, and when we did we kicked ourselves for not coming sooner. From the food to the theme, the masterminds behind School are certainly onto something. For one the layout of the restaurant catches the eye, with a long chalkboard on the outside of the building and garage-style windows to open up in the summer months. This is a place that most would classify as “trendy,” a description that I despise most of the time because it ignores whether or not the food is actually worth coming back for. After being to School, I can attest to the fact that its trendiness is merely an added bonus. The brunch here is the main attraction, and man is it ever tasty.
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I had the Spanish Scramble and Kyle ordered the Huevos Racheros, both of which were delicious. Although these were the only two items we’ve tried here, I would put my money on everything being close to perfection. Another added bonus is the baked goods. If you’re looking for more of a light snack to accompany that hangover caesar, all baking is done daily.
Speaking of caesars, order one! For some reason I’ve found it difficult to find a good caesar in Toronto, and School made it just right. The bartenders managed to mix in the perfect amount of spice and finish it off with a few olives. If you’re not willing to shell out $10 for a cocktail before noon, order the virgin one for $4. It’s cheaper than the orange juice!His Take