9 Montreal Restaurants With Bottomless Mimosa Brunches You Have To Try With Your Friends
And there go my weekend plans.
- Here are 9 Montreal restaurants with bottomless mimosa brunch options!
- The bottomless mimosas range in price between $20 and $25.
There is nothing quite like catching up with friends on a beautiful weekend morning over brunch. Spending the time at a hip Montreal restaurant chatting about bottomless mimosa brunches?and how the holidays went, all while waist-deep in as much champagne and orange juice as an establishment will allow. How can you not love
Drinking in the early hours is usually frowned upon, but somehow mimosas (and caesars) have thwarted the usual conventions and continue to thrive in the morning as a perfectly acceptable way to start the day.
Thankfully there are quite a few Montreal restaurants that have gotten on board and have given brunch-goers the option to really dive into the a.m. drinking with bottomless mimosa options to add on the side of your fruit and granola.
Most of the restaurants on the list have a two-hour bottomless limit and you will have to order a main meal of some kind. Prices range anywhere from a low $20 up to $35, which isn't so bad if you think that even two glasses will usually run you close to $25.
Keep reading below to find out nine of Montreal's best brunch restaurants with bottomless mimosas.
Where: 701 Côte de la Place d’Armes
When: Saturday and Sundays; 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Cost: $30 per person for two hours.
This Old Port favourite has six mimosa flavours to choose from; go classic or try something a little different like the La Vie en Rose which includes strawberry-kiwi nectar, strawberry purée, and Prosecco. The open bar is valid for two hours with the purchase of a main meal.
Where: 60 Rue Saint-Jacques
When: Friday to Sunday; 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Cost: $25 per person for two hours.
You don't have to wait until the weekend to indulge your bottomless mimosa fantasies. Beat the weekend crowds and enjoy things like pumpkin pancakes and fried chicken waffles at this hip pub-like resto open from Friday.
Notre Boeuf De Grace
Where: Multiple locations in and around Montreal
When: Saturdays and Sundays; 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Cost: $30 per person
While known for its burgers, this restaurant shouldn't be missed for brunch. The best part is, even if you're not a mimosa fan, you can opt for the bottomless bacon caesar instead.
Where: 3581 Boul. Saint-Laurent
When: Saturday and Sunday; 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Cost: $35 per person for 2 hours
This neighbourhood bar and restaurant is the perfect place to spend your weekend, especially if you're looking for a boozy brunch. The brunch menu may be short but it's big on taste.
Le Méchant Boeuf
Where: 124 Rue Saint-Paul Ouest
When: Saturday and Sunday; 10:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Méchant Boeuf doesn't cheap out on its bottomless mimosas; you'll never have to wait for a server to come by your table since the bubbly and the juice bottles are placed directly in front of you. It doesn't get much better than that.
Gypsy Kitchen & Bar
Where: 500 Rue Rachel Est.
When: Check back to the site for updated bottomless mimosa hours.
Cost: $35 per person
Take note, this restaurant is closed until January 15 but it still deserves a mention. The brunch menu is constantly rotating so you won't be able to plan your menu ahead but you can expect the freshest ingredients.
Ginkgo Café & Bar
Where: 308 Rue Sainte-Catherine E.
When: Saturday and Sunday; 7 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Cost: $20 per person
As the most inexpensive place on the list, do you need another reason to come here? If you do, just take a look at the rather extensive brunch menu that includes everything you could need to sop up the bubbly.
Where: 1650 Rue Sainte-Catherine E.
When: Sunday; 10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Cost: $25 per person
Why not live in luxury for a few hours on the weekend? Forget eggs or omelets for breakfast, why not order a platter of oysters to go with your mimosas?
Where: 2613 Rue Notre-Dame O.
When: Tuesday to Sunday; 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Cost: $28 per person
What's not to love about the first cereal bar in Montreal, Barley? They have all the sugary cereals from when we were kids and mix into that the wonders of bottomless mimosas? I'm sold.
I can't decide if all of these options will ruin the weekend or will only make it better.