4 Amazing Brunch Places You Need To Try On Sunday

Sundays are for sleeping in, spending time with the people you love—and for eating brunch of course!

Sault Ste. Marie has a bustling restaurant scene and loads of brunch options for any taste—whether you're looking for savoury, sweet, or a simple Caesar or mimosa, you can find it at one of these spots below. 

1. Breakfast Pig

The Breakfast Pig feeds the body and soul. The breakfast food is prepared fresh and fast with attention to the smallest detail. When you visit this humble coffee shop, the menu has a display of different hearty breakfast dishes so you can start the morning off the right way.

From waffles and pancakes to omelettes and a warm cup of joe, all of the breakfast plates are served hot and fresh. This premier cafe prides itself in delectable meals. Everything that's cooked is only made from the freshest ingredients, so you can get the quality breakfast that you are expecting.

265 Bruce Street, Sault Ste. Marie, ON
705-450-6911

2. Noel's Place - Chummy's Grill

Chummy's Grill offers delicious tradional homestyle cuisine with daily specials from Monday to Friday and they also serve breakfast all-day and seven days a week.

Freshly baked goods are made daily, and they take pride in serving their customers delectable homestyle meals in generous portions.

Open Monday to Sunday, 8 am to 8 pm, 365 days during the year and 366 days during the leap year.

262 Frontenac Street, Sault Ste. Marie, ON

3. Ernie's Coffee Shop

Ernie's Coffee Shop serves up a piping hot breakfast until 12:30 pm and is rated "Best Breakfast Ever" on Tripadvisor. This little gem has been around forever and is a local favourite hands down. Learn more about this local favourite and plan a visit today. 

13 Queen St E, Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 1Y4
Phone: 705-253-9216

4. View Restaurant

Sample innovative cuisine at this beautiful waterfront restaurant, where the culinary team creates fresh, seasonal dishes, accented by spectacular scenic views of the St. Mary's River.

Located in The Delta Sault Ste. Marie Hotel at 208 St. Mary's River Drive.

About Dionne Elgie

Dionne Elgie grew up in Sault Ste. Marie and has a deep personal love for this city, and like many Saultites, a real passion for the great outdoors. Along with her team at DIG (Digital Intelligence Group)—she works with Tourism Sault Ste. Marie to curate compelling travel stories and collect truly useful tour tips that appeal to both local residents and out-of-town visitors. You can contact Dionne at dionne@digdeep.ca—she’d love to hear from you!

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