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His Take: Brunch and Caesars at School in Toronto’s Liberty Village

Every Canadian knows that there is absolutely no better way to cure your hangover than with a caesar and some eggs. Anyone who disagrees has never tried a Caesar, or has never met a Canadian. Unless the Canadian that you met was one of those “I’m not really in to sports, I’m more of a …

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1. You have to order the Caesar. Horseradish galore, the perfect amount of spice, and just what you’ll need to cure your hangover. Best in the city.

2. The Spanish Scramble is a great “bang for your buck” meal. Spicy, filling, and delicious.

3. In the summer time, School has a great patio that lets you take in the super cool vibes of Liberty Village to their fullest.

Every Canadian knows that there is absolutely no better way to cure your hangover than with a caesar and some eggs. Anyone who disagrees has never tried a Caesar, or has never met a Canadian. Unless the Canadian that you met was one of those “I’m not really in to sports, I’m more of a theater person” types. They don’t count. They’re no more Canadian than Brett Hull.  The super trendy Liberty Village hot-spot, School, embraces this as a fact and delivers on what I think is the best brunch in Toronto.

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Original Photography From: Couple of Yuppies

As a Calgarian, it’s not easy for me to admit that anywhere outside of cowtown does a good caesar. Calgary was, after all, where the drink was invented. Up until visiting School, I had yet to be forced in admitting otherwise. The Caesar that School serves up is just spicy enough while still refreshing, and I can guarantee that it will completely obliterate any sense of hangover you thought you had. (For all of you Americans out there, a Caesar is a Bloody Mary with clam juice. Sounds disgusting? Absolutely. However, once you try one, you’ll be addicted for life).

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Original Photography From: Couple of Yuppies

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Original Photography From: Couple of Yuppies

For breakfast, Jamie had the Spanish Scramble and I had the Huevos Racheros. Both were spicy, creative, and delicious… but I definitely liked the Spanish Scramble a bit more than what I had. Don’t get me wrong, the Huevos was amazing. It was basically a mix between an omelette and a taco, complete with beans, guacamole, salsa and sausage. There just wasn’t that much of it. The Spanish Scramble was a bit bigger, and a bit spicier.

Of course, if you’re not entirely in the mood for eggs, School serves up some incredible “Butter Milk Chicken and Waffles,” as well as a couple of burger options, and a whole slew of pancakes/flapjacks. It’s a bit pricier than your average brunch joint with dishes coming in at an average of around $16, but it’s money well spent. The next time your suffering from the previous night’s shenanigans, try to remember this little gem in Liberty Village. You won’t regret it.

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