Our last morning in Toronto landed us in the beautifully appointed Colette Grand Cafe for breakfast. We got there early and had coffee and the most epic-ly flaky croissant.
They were setting up for a private bridal luncheon as we arrived. We were a magnet to all things wedding related and being told no, "sorry it's closed for a private event", in Toronto.
So I was super nosy and of course took picture of the set up.
Turns out the bride is an event planner.
The florist was finishing up the arrangements as we walked into the coffee bar. I had to grab their card. You never know when I'll need a florist in Canada. The team from Wild North were delightful.
We sat outside on the patio for another perfect, low humidity day in Ontario. The dog park across the street filled us with great dog eye candy.
E got the most gorgeous blueberry pancakes and I had ANOTHER croissant with the eggs Benedict for brunch. We didn't realize that we couldn't have a MIMOSA until 11:00 am in the entire provide of Ontario. Oh Canada, get with it.
We walked back down to West Queen Street to get a little exercise, and window shopped before yet another leg of our driving adventure. I regret not buying this for our friend who's father collected flying pigs.
Onto Michigan we dashed and said peace out to Canada.