Perles et Paddoc
Where: 403 Rue De Seigneurs // Old Port
Why you should go: Pearls et Paddock is new to town and definite must try for an elevated brunch experience. The restaurant is built out of a renovated garage, giving it a unique urban vibe.
Where: 1498 Rue Belanger // Rosemont
Why you should go: New brunch spot alert! This little Rosemont spot is cozy, warm and inviting. They will serve up a classic home cooked brunch that might even be better than your moms.
Bete a Pain Griffin Town
Where: 195 Young Street // Griffintown
Why you should go: Bete a Pain Griffintown is for those peeps out there who just can't get enough of sweet brunch items. They do have savory options as well, but it's all about satisfying your sweet tooth here.
Restaurant Santa Barbara
Where: 6696 Rue De Vallier // Plateau
Why you should go: Santa Barbara is all about giving you a little taste of SoCal without the 5 hour flight. Serving up healthy and wholesome brunch options, it's a great spot to hit up with your girlfriends on a Saturday.
Where: 5836 Saint Laurent // Mile-End
Why you should go: Butterblume is all about fresh local and market-driven ingredients. The menu changes often and offer delicate and elevated brunch options. You will always leave feeling satisfied.
Where: 4720 Rue Marquette // Plateau
Why you should go: Maison Publique is a Plateau staple. It's got a warm, rustic and homey environment and the food is just as comforting. Perfect spot for a Sunday mimosa brunch with the crew.
Where: 4524 Saint Laurent // Plateau
Why you should go: Hof Kelsten is a casual Eastern European inspired bakery and cafe. Serving up some light meals options with the most scrumptious bread you ever tried in the city.
Where: 1524 Notre Dame West // Saint-Henri
Why you should go: This Saint-Henri spot has a serious bistro vibe and serves up classic brunch dishes that will always leave you feeling full and happy. Perfect for that intimate brunch for two on the weekends.