Travellers passing through Union Station now have a mouthwatering nearby spot to fill up on crepes and breakfast poutine.
Because Cora Breakfast and Lunch has just opened an outpost at 106 Front Street East, a stone’s throw away from the station.
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The popular Canadian breakfast chain hails from Montreal’s Saint-Laurent district, where it was founded in 1987.
Now, Cora has dozens of locations across the country, and the downtown outpost will be the city’s third.
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Known for its heaping plates of breakfast classics including omelettes, crepes, pancakes, and ‘Eggs Ben et Dictine’ with epic fruit sides, the national chain has long been a favourite for Canadians who are after a filling mid-morning meal.
The eatery has already had a soft opening, and the official Grand Opening will take place on Wednesday, May 15, 2019.
Pioneering founder Cora Tsouflidou will be in attendance for the Egg-Cracking Ceremony, during which the first symbolic omelette in the restaurant will be made.
Get ready to start your day with some good grub.
Address: 106 Front Street East