Where to Brunch This Weekend in Montreal!

Who doesn’t love a good brunch!?

There’s arguably nothing better than waking up on a groggy weekend morning and heading out with friends or loved ones to brunch! Luckily Montreal is full of world-class culinary experiences (just check out our ice cream bucket list), with brunch spots being absolutely no exception. A few months ago we created a list of 13 mouth-watering brunches offered in Montreal. In fact, our last list was such a hit that we’ve decided to curate a second guide to some more of the city’s top weekend brunch spots. Without further adieu, here are 5 more stops you need to hit on your summer weekend brunch tour of Montreal.

 

Maison Boulud

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A slightly more indulgent outing, Maison Boulud is an elegant French eatery overlooking the Ritz-Carlton’s garden. This is sure to be a classy outing topped off with a delicious meal cooked by the hotel’s head chef.

 

SuWu

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Feeling like a chill Saturday/Sunday morning spot to hangout and grab some equally delicious food? Try rustic eatery SuWu. Not only do they have an amazing brunch, but this cozy spot will have you coming back again and again!

 

Rosewood

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Don’t miss out on Montreal’s best mimosa! Rosewood is not only a nice spot to hangout and grab food any time of the day, but they arguably have once of the best brunch menus in the city – start your morning off right this weekend at Rosewood’s.

 

 

H4C Place Saint-Henri

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This scenic spot is tucked away where an a Montreal post office once was; giving the restaurant a unique ambiance. With a cool environment and a sizeable brunch menu, you won’t regret spending a Saturday or Sunday morning at H4C.

 

Hoogan & Beaufort

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Spend your next Sunday at the charming Hoogan & Beaufort on rue Molson. This atmospheric spot doubles as a great place to take your friends or to venture to during your next brunch date, with an incredible menu sure to please everyone!

 

Did we miss your favorite brunch spot on our previous two lists? If so let us know where you think the best weekend brunch in Montreal is, in the comment section below!

 

 

13 AWESOME MONTREAL BRUNCH SPOTS

Everyone’s Favorite Meal of the Day.

Ah brunch, the most delightful time of the weekend. From vegetarian, to boozy, to luxury, to classy, Montreal has every type of brunch you could possibly imagine (even on a boat)! Grab a friend, pick your favorite type of brunch, and head to one of these awesome Montreal brunch spots:   

 

Le Cartet  – 106 Mcgill

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Enjoy a delicious gourmet brunch at this French inspired loft restaurant.

 

Restaurant L’Avenue – 922 Mont Royal

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Brunch and enjoy some mimosas in the Plateau Mount Royal at one of Montreal’s best brunch spots; Restaurant L’Avenue.

 

Fabarge Restaurant 25 Avenue Fairmount O

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Enjoy this daytime trendy lounge’s unique dishes and breakfast poutine (because it wouldn’t be Montreal without poutine for breakfast).

 

Lawrence – 5201 St Laurent

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Simple yet classic; enjoy your Sunday morning with Lawrence’s simple yet refined British-inspired menu.

 

Beauty’s Luncheonette – 93 Mount Royal West

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Enjoy brunch at one of Montreal’s premier lunch date spots. Beauty’s Luncheonette serves up generous and delicious breakfast and lunch menus (and Montreal style bagels!) in a really cool retro cafe.

 

Regine Cafe –  1840 Rue Beaubien E

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Spend your next brunch enjoying the royal and retro ambiance (check out those velvet chairs) paired with an upscale breakfast at Montreal’s Regine Cafe.

 

Barbounya234 Avenue Laurier O

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Check out this original rustic eatery featuring Turkish cuisine. This spot stand out for it’s original and delicious menu and use of local fresh ingredients.

 

Birks Cafe par Europea – 1240 Place Philips

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This cafe is not only in a beautiful setting, but is a specifically a lavish afternoon tea and weekend brunch spot, so Sunday morning is this European inspired eatery’s specialty.

 

Nouveau Palais – 281 Bernard W

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This comfy restaurant serving classic comfort food is not only open for your hangover breakfast brunching needs, but also until 3am for your finals/munchie needs as well.

 

L’Assommoir – 112 Bernard W

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Eat, drink, and be happy at L’Assomoir’s brunch. With unique wood dishes and many choices of beer, this is sure to be a new weekend favourite.

 

Terrasse Bonsecours (Sundays) –  364 Rue de la Commune East

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Enjoy a delicious and boozy upscale brunch in Montreal’s Old Port at Terrasse Bonsecours. Local or tourist, this restaurant and rooftop patio tops everyone’s list  and are among the best in Montreal.

 

Lili Co. – 4650 Mentena

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Enjoy a delectable brunch at this microbrewery. The restaurant also features many amazing morning cocktails for those who like a fun drink alongside their morning meal.

 

Le Passe Compose – 950 Rue Roy East

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Check out this adorable French corner bistro and their delightful breakfast, featuring a mix of crepes, sandwiches, egg dishes, and more.

BEST VEGAN/VEGETARIAN PLACES IN MONTREAL

This one’s for you, veggie-lovers.

If you subscribe to a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle, you may be used to having a hard time finding a suitable restaurant or fast-food options, but luckily Montreal likes to cater to the healthy! Here’s a list of 10 of the best vegetarian and vegan places in Montreal:

 

Crudessence – 2157 Rue Mackay

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Vegan restaurant or healthy living classes? The choice is yours as Crudessence! Focused on serving you healthy, energy-filled meals, Crudessence offers 100% organic, gluten-free, vegan, and homemade dishes, perfect for getting the healthiest and most efficient energy out of any meal! They also offer healthy living/cooking classes, so if you’re into fitness or healthy eating, this will be your new fav place!

 

Bonnys – 1748 Rue Notre Dame O.

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If you’re into eating vegetarian, yet love ethnic foods, a unique dish, or global culinary culture, Bonny’s if for you. This restaurant strives specifically to make vegetarian and vegan dining fun and exciting- and do so by providing diverse selections of delectable ethnic tastes from around the world… I’m already hungry.

 

Aux Vivres – 4631 Boul. Saint Laurent

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This bright hangout is one of Montreal’s best vegetarian restaurants. Similar to Bonny’s, Aux Vivres focuses on ridding the idea of boring from vegetarian dishes, and creates innovative delish vegan food. Between that, the extensive (and delicious) juice bar, and an attractive patio, Aux Vivres is begging to host your next lunch date. 

 

Burrittoville – 2055 Rue Bishop

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All the joy of a burrito, without the meat. Burritoville is an OG Montreal vegetarian restaurant, featuring no-meat tacos, burritos, and quesadillas. In the chill setting with live music and art, this is a perfect spot to mix Montreal culture with mouthwatering vegetarian burritos.

 

Resto Vego – 1204 Avenue Mcgill College

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Montreal’s Resto Vego combines the savoir-faire of over 35 years in the vegetarian restaurant industry, with the ~bombness~ of a buffet restaurant. That’s right, ALL. YOU. CAN. EAT. Go ahead, indulge a little.

 

Lola Rosa Cafe – 545 Rue Milton
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Lola Rose is perfect when you’re seeking a pub night or actively looking to fill a bar-food craving. With beers on tap and an extensive menu, Lola Rose Cafe is the perfect night spot to stay awhile and indulge with your friends.

 

Antitode Comtpoir Vegane – 3459 Rue Ontario

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Antitode Comptoir Vegane is a big Montreal vegan restaurant that works in promotion of eco-friendly, healthy, organic, and vegan eating in Montreal. This restaurant, however, goes above and beyond an ordinary dinner- the brand also offers an email list containing healthy recipes, online grocery shopping, and members rewards and discounts. Antitode is much more than a restaurant- more like a healthy-living and vegan community.

 

Sushi Momo -4669 Rue Saint Denis

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Yes, this city has it all- Sushi Momo is Montreal’s premier vegetarian sushi spot. The restaurant focuses on vegetarian sushi and Japanese cuisine, offering a big selection with over 10 types of vegetarian sushi- the most diverse in Montreal!

 

La Panthere Vert 2153 Mackay & 66 St. Viateur

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Smoothies, sandwiches, cookies & cakes, juices- Le Panthere Vert’s menu is catered to be the perfect lunch or mid-afternoon munchie spot for vegetarians and vegans around Montreal. Not only that, but if you or your date has a sweet-tooth, the above mentioned available cookies & cakes are an entire menu section with many options and flavours – sure to satisfy even the most sugar-obsessed.

10 of Montreal’s Cheapest Eats

Living cheap in Montreal is surprisingly not impossible.

When your bank account has reached the “span $40 for the next week” state, it’s important to know where the cheap food options are in the city. This is why we created a reference list of some of Montreal’s yummiest/cheapest eats, averaging at around $5:

 

Le Warehouse1446 Rue Crescent, Montréal

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Delicious and cheap, what more do we need? With a fixed $5 menu, Warehouse is the place to go for premiere cheap eats, and features many delicious drink options, making it a Montreal after-class favorite!

 

Montreal Pool Room 1217 Boul St-Laurent

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Famous hot dogs, and many other delicious fast-food staples

 

Nilufar1923 Rue Sainte-Catherine

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Many vegetarian bites and $3 pitas; Nilufar’s Middle Eastern food is sure to blow you away while keeping your wallet nice and thick.

Cinko  1641 Rue Saint-Denis

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With a name like Cinko, you know you’ve found that prime $5 menu.

 

Blanche Neige 5735  Cote-Des-Neiges

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Cheap + 24h = just plain awesome.

 

Vua Sandwiches1579 St. Denis & 227 Bernard

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Sushi, sandwiches, and bubble tea – this simple Asian eatery has many low budget options with higher budget tastes!

 

Bagel St Henri -4354 Rue Saint Antoine O

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All sorts of bagels, Benedict, sammies, and more, for under $5!

 

L’entrepot Mount Royal 1019 Mont-Royal

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You must purchase a drink but the menu comes at $4.99 (heart eye emoji).

 

Super Sandwich 1115 Rue Sherbrooke O

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All sorts of deli, all sorts of cheap.

 

La Chilenita 130 Rue Roy E

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Calling all Mexican food lovers! La Chilenita offers a deal of $2.75/Empanada with price breaks on group orders. Bring a few friends, and fill up for hella cheap at La Chilenita!