12 Best Brunch Places In Downtown Montreal

It will be a 'brunch' of fun!
12 Best Brunch Places In Downtown Montreal

If you always leave choosing a fabulous brunch restaurant to the last minute on the weekend then this is truly the list for you! All these brunch restaurants are located in Down Town Montreal which makes it very easy to get to and it obviously means that you will have a delicious time!

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These brunch spots range from elegant and classy, to lay back and chill. So, choose according to your event! You can go big or go chill, either way you will be having a great time and a scrumptious breakfast!

1. Get Brunchy At Le Cristal Chinois

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6th floor, 998 Boulevard Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2Z 9Y9

Change things up by getting dim sum as brunch. They offer steamed buns, phoenix claws, and turnip cake! It is truly a brunch adventure that you can take right here in Down Town Montreal.

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2. Get Brunchy At Cacao 70

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3. Get Brunchy At Bagel Expressions Beaver Hall

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1045 Côte du Beaver Hall, Montréal, QC H2Z 1S5

All the usual breakfast foods – fruits, toast, omelettes, and waffles, all served in a local downtown spot. But, what is truly amazing here is their to die for crepes!

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4. Get Brunchy At Bagels on Greene

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4160 Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest, Montréal, QC H3Z 1P4

I mean they have rainbow donuts... need I say more?

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6. Get Brunchy At Universel Déjeuners et Grillades

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3630 Rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2X 3L6

For those who love heavenly eggs and fresh fruit, then Universel is the place for you!

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7. Get Brunchy At Le Cartet

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106, Rue McGill

Le Cartet will make you feel like you are having brunch in New York! They have very impressive food and delightful choclates!

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8. Get Brunchy At Suite 701

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701, Côte de la Place d'Armes

For a classy AF brunch, I suggest heading to Suite 701! The brunch menu includes items such as fried chicken, mac and cheese, omelettes, egg dishes and some delicious boozy brunch drinks!

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9. Get Brunchy At Restaurant Holder

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407 Rue McGill #100a

For a French gourmet brunch, this is the place to be! The brunch menu includes fabulous eggs Benedict and much more!

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10. Get Brunchy At Birks Café par Europea

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1240 Phillips Square

If you happen to love the movie, Breakfast at Tiffany's then this is the place for you! Their brunch menu was created by Chef Jérôme Ferrer and includes pastries, fresh fruit and an egg dish, and everything your heart desires.

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11. Get Brunchy At Le Pois Penché

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1230, boul. de Maisonneuve Ouest

If you never know what to get for brunch then you might have some more trouble here. They have two pages full of delicious brunch dishes that will make your life really hard. HOW ARE YOU SUPPOSE TO CHOOSE!

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12. Get Brunchy At Maison Boulud

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1228 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest

Located inside the Ritz Carlton hotel, enjoy a truly unique three-course weekend brunch. You will feel elegant and full AF after having brunch in the heart of Down Town Montreal.

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