Oh hello! It’s the weekend and if you and your family love to go out for brunch I’d like to…no…LOVE to tell you about BareBurger.
Located in downtown Toronto in the Discovery District of Bay and Dundas you are close to shopping, the AGO and so much more. BareBurger is also extremely kid friendly(which is awesome for downtown TO) , it’s equipped with high chairs and great staff you’re kids will love watching Retro Teletoons, colouring and a great menu. I mean GREAT! But wait? Why is it great? Do you love supporting local farmers and eating organic food? Clean cooking from frying to grilling to even what’s used in your weekend Caesar? Well then read on….
Just to name a few of my favourite things at BareBurger their meats are selected with care. Such as wild boar from Manitoba, beef from Alberta, heirloom-cage free eggs and chickens from Ontario, bacon briskets from Ontario that are all natural & nitrate free, bison from Saskatchewan let me tell you I am in heaven with their research in sourcing Canada’s best. The meats are also from happy animals where they are treated with love on the farms.
We were greeted with warmth and professionalism. The servers knew their menu and were great. My son and I had a special mom and son date so we indulged in delicious treats and food such as fresh milkshakes and ice cream sandwiches, Caesar for me (made with Walters mix-no MSG!) fried chicken french toast for Mama Bear and Cubby’s French Toast with Fruitwood Bacon for my son. Wanna have a look? I love their beer selection of craft breweries, ice cream from Gregs Ice cream. This is so Mama Ash’s kind of place!
Did I mention that it’s affordable to eat organic, fresh homemade style food using fresh made from scratch when you are dining out? It is. It’s not stupid expensive to eat good. I have to go back for a burger. Mama Ash needs to try some delicious Alberta grass fed beef! I can actually get grass fed beef burgers in Toronto?! So my friends. Are you gonna check out BareBurger with your family?
111 Dundas Street East
Ah, it’s that season again. It’s time to switch over those…28 August, 2015