Brunch is one of the many things that this city does best. There's just something about the way the city of Montreal does brunch food that beats out every other city in the country. Whether you were out partying all night long on Saturday night, whether you're meeting up with your long time best friends, or whether you just want a good breakfast meal you're bound to get the best brunch experience right here in Montreal.\nWherever you go you're going to get some amazing food, but there's a few places that offer the cutest and coziest interiors that really bring the entire brunch experience together. Check out this list below for the most adorable brunch restaurants that Montreal has to offer!\n1. Cafe Parvis\nA photo posted by Bertrand Exertier (@bertexertier) on Sep 10, 2016 at 8:31am PDT\n433 Rue Mayor\nThis is an amazing Montreal spot for so many reasons, one of them being their amazing brunch food! They offer some amazing brunch meals such as french toast, eggs and hash browns or their amazing breakfast pizzas! The interior is decorated with hanging plants all over and offers an amazing open concept with tons of natural light, perfect for a Saturday morning pick-me-up!\n2. Au Festin de Babette\nA photo posted by BLOGGER (@melaniedsj) on Feb 28, 2016 at 9:43am PST\n4085 Rue Saint Denis\nThis is definitely my go-to brunch spot in Montreal, it's absolutely amazing. The interior is adorable, decorated with cute chairs, pictures and it has a homey feel to it. The food is unbelievably good as well. They offer various brunch menu items that come with soup, salad, scalloped potatoes, chocolate mousse and your main brunch item such as smoked salmon eggs benedict! They also have some delicious crepes and hot chocolates.\n3. Thé Mon Cafe\nA photo posted by Cory N (@cocoreiko) on Jun 27, 2015 at 9:39am PDT\n376 Rue Notre-Dame O\nLocated right in Old Montreal, this breakfast spot is the perfect little nook to spend a Sunday morning. The food here is simple but delicious, they feature breakfast bagel sandwiches, amazing croissants, and perfect coffees. The baristas and servers here are all friendly and welcoming. You should definitely make this your next go-to brunch spot!\n4. Arts Cafe\nJust letting you all know that Labor Day brunch will be served at Arts Café from 10am to 4pm. Our eggs benedict and French toast will patiently wait for you all! #mileend #montreal #mtlcafecrawl #fairmount #artscafemtl #brunchA photo posted by Arts Café (@artscafemtl) on Sep 3, 2016 at 2:30pm PDT\n201 Avenue Fairmount O\nThis is definitely the most adorable breakfast spot Montreal has to offer. In the summertime they have the cutest outdoor patio where you can eat your unreal brunch meal while surrounded by plants. Their inside is just as amazing, the ceilings are teaming with hanging lightbulbs giving it an artsy, comforting feel! The food is also unbelievably good, as well as their coffee. If you haven't tried this spot yet, it should be your next stop for sure.\n5. Olive & Gourmando\nI dont post food pics much but this was the best french toast I ever had in my life. #montrealA photo posted by ham sandcastle (@hamsandcastle) on Sep 11, 2016 at 11:35am PDT\n351 Rue Saint Paul O\nThis is another one of my absolute favourites here in Montreal, this brunch spot is super cute with amazing food. They offer a lot of healthy breakfast options such as yogurt and fruit bowls, which are just unreal or you can try their french toast pictured above. This spot is also available for customers to walk in, grab a delicious croissant or a brioche and a coffee and head on their way! Whether you choose to stay, or stop by for a quick breakfast treat, this place will not disappoint.\n6. Griffintown Cafe\nA photo posted by Hannah Brown? (@hannah_brown17) on May 28, 2016 at 12:00pm PDT\n1378 Rue Notre-Dame O\nThis little spot is perfect for an delicious Sunday brunch. It's cozy and cute and is perfect to bring your family or your gal pals to enjoy an amazing meal. Their food is unreal, try their unique eggs benedict placed on their own homemade biscuits, or their delicious french toast topped with fruits!\n7. Santa Barbara\nLe meilleur des brunchs avec @legabmorin #breakfastclub #sunday #miam #gravlaxA photo posted by Raphaëlle Bonin (@raphaellebonin) on Jun 19, 2016 at 12:07pm PDT\n6696 Rue de Saint Vallier\nThis super cool spot is located in Montreal's Little Italy. The bright turquoise decorated with religious icons add a hip feel to the place as well as the rest of the cute and cool decor. Try their massive breakfast banh mi sandwiches, a delicious and healthy granola bowl, or a fruity savoury crepe!\n8. Buck15 Espresso Bar\nricotta toast more like ridiculously delicious!!! ? #ricotta #toast #strawberry #blackberry #peach #apple #pear #fig #blueberry #pistachio #icecoffee #coffee #honey #delicious #amazing #lunch #lunchwithfriends #lunchtime #friends #montreal #514 #ruenotredame #sthenri #mtlA photo posted by Life Made Yummy (@mtl_lifemadeyummy) on Sep 2, 2016 at 12:16pm PDT\n3027 Rue Notre-Dame O\nThis Saint Henri staple is perfect for a study date or a breakfast date because the atmosphere here is just amazing. The staff is welcoming and incredibly chill, and their breakfast food is unreal. They take toast to a whole new level. You have to try their avocado toast topped with a poached egg or their ricotta toast topped with all those fresh fruits, pictured above. The style and effort they put into their food will make you appreciate every bite!\n9. Lili Co.\nA photo posted by Catherine Le (@cathkle) on Sep 4, 2016 at 8:45am PDT\n4675 st-laurent\nIf you're looking for a breakfast spot with the most delicious sweet breakfast foods you'll ever find, this is definitely the place for you. Located in the heart of Montreal's Le Plateau, Lili & Co. has some of the best brunch choices you can find in this city. Try their delicious banana pancakes with maple butter, walnuts and bacon on top, or try their french toast with fruits and lemon mousse! You'll be coming back to this spot more than once I can guarantee.\n10. Le Butterblume\nA photo posted by Léonie Pelletier (@leoniepelletier) on Sep 7, 2016 at 6:37pm PDT\n5836 Boul St-Laurent\nThis adorable brunch spot definitely wins for just so many reasons. The interior of this place is insanely cute, with string lights potted plants and an open garage door! They also sell flowers in cute adorable pots for you to purchase on your way out. Their food is also so delicious, you have to try their cream of zucchini, mushroom and viande de grisonle toast or their adorable granola bowls! They also have some delicious french toast options as well.\n11. Faberge\nA photo posted by Charlene Zhang (@charleneshzhang) on Aug 31, 2016 at 8:11am PDT\n25 Avenue Fairmount O\nIf you haven't heard of this Montreal favourite yet, well then you should definitely listen up because it's seriously unreal. Faberge takes breakfast foods to an entirely new level and every dish is unique and delicious. You must try their fried chicken and waffles, their mac and cheese eggs benedict or their PB&J french toast! They also offer mimosas, so make this a boozy brunch with your best friends!\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.