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14 Montreal Brunch Restaurants You Can Go To For Mimosas, Caesars, And Sangria

Because eggs Benny and alcohol is a winning combination.
14 Montreal Brunch Restaurants You Can Go To For Mimosas, Caesars, And Sangria

Alright, confession time: brunch is probably my favourite meal. It's not quite breakfast, it's not quite lunch, but it comes with a slice of cantaloupe at the end. 

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Second confession time: I totally did rip that quote off from The Simpsons, but it's a classic quote and I feel more people need to be made aware of it. But I digress.

Brunch is probably the world's greatest meal. It's a meal in between meals, which, I mean, how could you possibly go wrong? And how could you possibly improve upon perfection?

Well, they found a way, friends: by adding booze to the mix.

Sangria Brunch Restaurants

Even though I've quit drinking recentely, I used to be quite the drinker. And so I've built up a repertoire of spots that, straight-up, have some of the best drinks and food a brunch loving gal could ask for.

Mimosas, sangria, Caesars, and more are all just a click away. Well, you know, a click, drive, and purchase away. But no worries, friends, all of these spots are totally, 100% worth the effort it takes to get yourself there.

A little confused about the places to which I'm referring? Well, worry not. I've got you covered. So the next time you're craving an above and beyond awesome brunch, and an above and beyond awesome mimosa/Caesar/glass of sangria, you know exactly where you need to go.

For Mimosa Brunch Restaurants, click "Next"

Mimosa Brunch Restaurants:

Sel Gras

via @missdivaofficial

5245 St Laurent Blvd

A culinary experience, plus some of the most quality mimosas you'll ever try, make this spot one of the best drunk brunch places in the city.


L'Atelier D'Argentine

via @dianadipaolo

1458 Crescent St

Two words: bottomless mimosas. That is all.



via @morgane_cp

25 Avenue Fairmount O

Come on, friends, this spot is one of the most popular ones in Montreal - and for good reason. Food and drinks are all so, so on point here.



via @la_marquise

60 St Jacques St

Not only does Rosewood serve up some of the tastiest dishes in town, but they also happen to serve boozy brunches on the weekends, so you can satisfy your delicious mimosa and brunch crave.


Le Cartet

via @mattharmon_byb

106 McGill St

At this stage in the game, I think it's pretty safe to say that "mimosas" and "Le Cartet" are synonymous. And for one very good reason: this spot does them so, so right.


For Caesar Brunch Restaurants, click "Next"

Caesar Brunch Restaurants:

Arthurs Nosh Bar

via @celikap

4621 Notre-Dame St W

Honestly, this brunch emporium does everything right - including their Caesars, which sometimes even come with a little bagel and lox on top.


Nouveau Palais

via @nouveau_palais

281 Rue Bernard O

You can legit get food here even into the wee hours of the night. One thing remains the same though: their delicious food, and their quality Caesars.


Orange Cafe

via @jimenalanfranco

4011 Bd Décarie

This NDG spot is known for their delicious brunches, plus their beyond amazing Caesars.



via @lilliwho

3581 St Laurent Blvd

Good caesars, good food, good vibes... what's not to love?


For Sangria Brunch Restaurants, click "Next"

Sangria Brunch Restaurants:

Terrasses Bonsecours

via @lv_mt2chicago

364 de la Commune St E

Quite possibly the king of boozy brunches, there is no spot on earth like Terrasses Bonsecours. Enjoy sangria (and more!) and some seriously delicious food.


Terrasse Nelligan

via @mary_dolly_

106 Saint-Paul St W

Want to overlook the city while enjoying some delicious sangria and brunchtime nibbles? Then look no further than this Old Montreal spot.


Jardin Nelson

via @joujouuxo

407 Place Jacques-Cartier

One of the most romantic spots in the city also happens to be open just in time for brunch/lunch, and serve up some of the tastiest sangria.


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