Devilishly Good Times at Louis Cifer

It's no secret; I love beer! When walking down the Danforth, it's only natural that I would end up at Louis Cifer. It's a delightful brewery and restaurant. They have a great beer selection, both their own and local. This is a large venue, with upstairs and patio seating. This place is great for large groups! I've been there a few times and each visit was devilishly fab.
My first visit consisted of beer and burgers. I grabbed a flight and a Brew Works Burger with fries. Fresh, hot and tasty; it went well with the beer. I tried a flight of 4 house brews. If you've never had their beers, I recommend a flight. They've got some unique flavours on their Saison/One-Off menu you've got to taste, like Blood Orange Blonde and Coconut Lemongrass Thai-PA.
My second visit was for brunch! It was in the afternoon;not thinking that I was there for brunch, only that I was at a brewery, I definitely had beer

Oktoberfest Eat & Drink @ Otto's Bier Halle

Oktoberfest screams beer and meat, does it not? It's time to walk through Trinity Bellwoods, see the fall colours and visit Otto's. The sign is not so obvious, so make sure you watch out for it! Seating consists of long tables as well as bar seating. It's an airy space with large windows., but really loud, even when it's not a full house!
We settled in and took a look at the delightful beer menu. They offer several local brews and well as German. Since we're in Toronto AND can have these delightful local beers any time we want, it's time to cut the cord and order something new. We stuck with the German beer, but it wasn't easy! My friend chose the Schneiders Original and I had the PaulanerHefe-Weissbier. Both are solid wheat beers. The Paulaner smelled of citrus

German Comfort Food Straight out of....Whitby?

Whitby has so much to offer, was there something I've missed? Yes, I did! Wolfgang's on Brock serves up German fare and I was excited to go. It's located north of Rossland on Brock in a small plaza. It is a large, inviting space with lots of windows and natural light.
The menu is even more inviting. They offer many German dishes as well as Canadian eats. I was there twice; for breakfast and dinner. I really couldn't tell you much about German food before this!
At breakfast, I had to ignore my affinity for Eggs Benny and get something else. It wasn't easy, but I went with the Bauernomlett. It was hearty! It was 4 eggs, onions, potatoes, sausage, peppers and bacon served with rye toast. Woah! Talk about a food coma! My friend got the Breakfast Rosti.  It was a mound of shredded potatoes topped with bacon. Tasty!

Fancy Brunch at Caren's

Feeling a little fancy, agal pal and I headed to Caren's for a little prix fixe brunch. Located in theadorable area of Rosedale, it was quaint on the outside and a whole lot of style on the inside. Upon entering, you are greeted by a piano. Well, la-di-da. The booths and bar area arestylin'. I've never felt underdressed for brunch until that day.
We sat down and ordered coffee and mimosas, of course! Service was quick! The coffee was fabulous and the mimosas made me think I'd never had a real one before. Glad I didn't drive! The first course arrived, delicious cheese biscuits with butter and jam. They were warm and so, so good. Carb-tastic, if you will.
I had Eggs Benny;