13 Best Brunch Spots In Montreal You Need To Try If You Have Not Already

You'll thank us a 'brunch' later!

Montreal has hundreds of brunch spots, which makes it pretty hard to choose the right one. Well, I have some good news for you. The list below composes of some of Montreal's absolute BEST brunch locations that you MUST try if you haven't already!

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Each of these restaurants pair perfectly with the cold winter since their food is always hot and fresh. I suggest heading down this weekend to one of these spots for a holiday brunch with the whole family or all your close friends. Not only will you be enjoying the Holiday atmosphere, but you will also be drooling over delectable eggs, bacon, and much more! This list will really help you step up your brunch game.

1. Get Your Brunch Game On At Lawrence

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5201 Boul St-Laurent

If you’re looking for a classy brunch spot, this is the place for you. Step up your brunch game with superb dishes that you have never heard of before! I suggest their French Toast with Strawberries and Rhubarb!


2. Get Your Brunch Game On At SuWu

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3581 Boul St-Laurent

SuWu is a St-Laurent staple and is a must for brunch enthusiasts. With endless mimosas, eggs, bacon, and dishes that will blow your mind, I can guarantee that you will have a delightful time!


3. Get Your Brunch Game On At Le Passé Composé

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1310 Boul de Maisonneuve E

If you don’t mind waiting in line this winter, then you should check out Le Passé Composé! It is honestly the cure for anything and everything! Their food is so delicious that you are bound to forget about all your worries. It is honestly THE brunch place in Montreal.


4. Get Your Brunch Game On At Spanel

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1960 Rue Notre-Dame O

To quench your crepe cravings, I suggest heading to Spanel! This little brunch restaurant is perfect for a crepe addicts, they are served hot and ready every morning! So, make your brunch chocolaty and delicious.


5. Get Your Brunch Game On At Engaufrez-Vous

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8 Rue Rachel E

Well, waffles are always delicious but when you just wake up to a cold winter morning they taste extra special. So, make your day a good one with Engaufrez-Vous! Their waffles are crunchy, warm, and darn right amazing all day everyday. These are brunch goals AF!


6. Get Your Brunch Game On At Beauty’s Luncheonette

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93 Avenue du Mont-Royal O

For that classic Montreal brunch dish that you wake up craving on a Sunday morning, this is the place for you. They have had over 50 years of practice so you can expect a master classic brunch dish when coming here! You can get your bagel game on and enjoy a cool winter morning.


7. Get Your Brunch Game On At Au Festin De Babette

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4085 Rue Saint Denis

For a gourmet brunch, this is the place for you! They offer smoked salmon eggs benedict that are accompanied by a salad, scalloped potatoes, soup and chocolate mousse for those who just can’t get enough. The food is heavenly and you will be filled up ASAP!


8. Get Your Brunch Game On At The Sparrow

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5322 Boul St-Laurent

For a more low-key hipster brunch this winter, I suggest heading to The Sparrow. It is the perfect place for a quiet brunch with your closest friends while enjoying delightful food! I mean seriously, look at that meal above.


9. Get Your Brunch Game On At Muru Crepe

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362 Notre Dame E

I recommend getting some sweet chocolate crepes from Muru crepe with your closest friends this winter! It’s great for those who have a killer sweet tooth like me! These crepes are honestly to die for at any time of the day but, I will say that they are perfectly paired with brunch lovers.


10. Get Your Brunch Game On At Régine Café

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1840 Rue Beaubien E

This French style café is perfect for a classy brunch in Montreal. I strongly recommend coming here if you are with a big group of your girlfriends! The restaurant is decorated with in vintage Parisian and it’s honestly a lovely place where you can dress up!


11. Get Your Brunch Game On At Restaurant L’Avenue

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922 Avenue du Mont-Royal E

If you want to feel like you are in the retro ’90s enjoying a yummy brunch, then I suggest coming to L’Avenue! It’s a great location to feel like you are in an old 90’s movie while enjoying 3D murals. The food is great and it’s the perfect location to laugh and catch up woth your friends before the holidays.


12. Get Your Brunch Game On At Arts Cafe

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201 Avenue Fairmount O

For a stylish vintage cafe brunch that is perfect for sweet loving, I recommend checking out Arts Cafe! They serve fabulous brunch dishes and it is the perfect date location. This cafe is absolutely great for those who can expect a creative day ahead!


13.Get Your Brunch Game On At Olive et Gourmando

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351 Rue Saint Paul O

Located in the historic Old Montreal, Olive et Gourmando offers simple and healthy brunch options. If you’re in a rush, you can also always grab a delightful little pastry on the go or you can sit and stay for a nice brunch!


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