Toast has made a serious comeback recently. It was a completely underrated food item until chefs realized all the great things that they could do with a plain piece of toast.\nREAD ALSO: Downtown Montreal Opens First-Ever "Customized Lipstick" Store\nAll you need is that base slice and you can pile on the toppings to make each one unique and delicious. The best kind of toast you ask? Yup, it's avocado toast!\nThere's just something about smashing a full avocado onto a slice of toast that makes it more than just toast, it makes it something truly delicious! The trend of avocado toast has really taken off and tons of Montreal cafes and brunch spots are taking this dish and making it totally unique.\n1. Cafe Pista\nvia @rxy.bly\n500 Rue Beaubien E\nThis cozy cafe is the perfect place to come for a casual brunch this weekend. Not only is the decor literally gorgeous, they have tons of great toast options! You can get an amazing avocado toast topped with a poached egg, strawberries and greens! It looks totally delicious.\n2. Le Butterblume\nvia @brunchmtl\n5836 St Laurent Blvd\nThis adorable flower shop/brunch spots is one of the best places in the city for fancy toast. You can get all kinds of amazing toasts that will almost be too beautiful to eat. But of course, they taste way better than they look!\n3. La Bete A Pain\nvia @emjardry\n114 Rue Fleury O\nThis is the spot to go if you're obsessed with avocado toast! They make a mean one topped with tomatoes, cucumber, and edible flowers!\n4. Esquina Bar A Cafe\nvia @claubeaudry\n4526 Avenue Papineau\nYou really can't go wrong at this cute coffee bar in the Mile End. They serve tons of unique foods like their vegan pop tart, massive chocolate chip muffins, and their delicious looking avocado toast... YUM!\n5. Cafe Melbourne\nvia @travelandmunchies\n4615 St Laurent Blvd\nThis Australian cafe in the heart of the plateau has been really pushing the envelope with their creative ideas. They make insane pink lattes, lucky charm lattes, and ridiculous brunch foods! But their classic is the smashed avocado toast that will always be amazing.\n6. La Finca\nvia @stephwsc\n1067 Rue de Bleury\nThis cafe is honestly way too beautiful not to admire. They have a cozy terrasse in the back with hammocks and vines, a staircase inside the cafe with cute pillows and massive windows giving tons of natural light! Not to mention that their toast is so delicious.\nFor More Avocado Toast, Click "NEXT"\n7. L'Etagere Gourmande\nvia @markaroundtheworld\n4348 Clark St\nYou'll definitely notice this cute shop in the plateau because the outside is decorated in white brick and pink trimming! They make some delicious toasts like their shakshuka toast, ricotta toast, and so much more! Don't forget to take a cute insta out front before you leave.\n8. Tommy Cafe\nvia @hudaalvi\n200 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest\nIf you've been to this amazing cafe in Old Montreal you know how beautiful it is. With it's plants hanging from the ceiling to it's multi-level seating area, it has so many good things going on. But they also sell a variety of toasts! You can try their avocado toast, ricotta and peach toast, tomato mozzarella toast, or their cheese, mushroom and honey toast!\n9. Cafe Pacefika\nvia @lulu_clove\n1443 Rue Lambert Closse\nThis cozy Hawaiian themed cafe in downtown Montreal has a ton of amazing toasts on their menu. Their menu includes avocado toast, ricotta toast, mushroom toast and much more!\n10. Cafe Bloom\nvia @chatelaineqc\n1940 Centre St\nThis cute cafe serves some ridiculously good looking foods. They serve all kinds of toasts like their smashed avocado toast, veggie pate toast and scrambled egg toast!\n11. Crew Collective & Cafe\nvia @crewcollectivecafe\n360 St Jacques St\nThis stunning cafe in Old Montreal is one of the prettiest cafes in the entire city. It's built into an old bank and basically everything was maintained from the ceiling to the old bank tellers to the chandeliers. They serve some amazing brunch foods including all kinds of toast! Get your toast topped with avocado and a poached egg, with smoked salmon, with honey, cream cheese and more!\nFor More Avocado Toast, Click "NEXT"\n12. Lov Restaurant\nvia @roxaanneleblanc\n464 McGill St\nThis new all-vegetarian restaurant is totally killing it since they opened. They have both a dinner menu and a brunch menu on the weekends and it's seriously delicious. They offer a ton of different toast options for brunch like their avocado toast topped with cucumber, their hummus toast topped with almond feta, and their Nougatella toast which is their vegan version of Nutella!\n13. Cafe Neve\nvia @amina.th\n151 Rue Rachel E\nThis cafe has multiple locations across the city because it's just that amazing. They serve delicious coffee, amazing cookies that are HUGE, and of course an unreal version of avocado toast. They top theirs with a poached egg, feta cheese and arugula!\n14. Kleine Shoppe\nvia @kleineshoppe\n3027 Notre-Dame St W\nThis Saint Henri spot is an all-gluten free bakery and it looks so cute! They make tons of gluten-free goodies like cookies, brownies, cakes, tacos and of course an unreal avocado toast!\n15. Cafe Sfouf\nvia @catheriendu\n1250 Ontario St E\nAlmost the entire brunch menu at this adorable Lebanese cafe is filled with fancy toasts. You can get savoury toasts like their pesto, ham and cheddar toast, hummus, tomato and coriander toast and veggie pate and labneh toast. You can also try the sweet toasts like their chocolate hazelnut toast, honey pistachio toast, and butter and jam toast!\n16. Maesmi MTL\nvia @gaborousseau\n3353 Rue Masson\nMaesmi cafe is probably one of the cutest breakfast cafes in the entire city. This bright, sunny cafe offers the perfect place to come for a bite with your friends or a place to do some work on a weekend! They make the prettiest looking PB&J toast you've every seen with a mountain of fresh fruits in the middle!